Finance and Banking

NO CLE - Back to Basics Series - What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Hedge Funds

In 2012, an ABI commission examined the role of hedge funds in chapter 11 cases, including the impact of such funds on the bankruptcy process. Among other things, the study found that hedge funds were prevalent in chapter 11 cases and played an “activist role” in shaping bankruptcy outcomes. Despite this finding, many lawyers and business professionals who enter the restructuring world lack familiarity with hedge funds, how they function and how they can apply in a bankruptcy context. This webinar will serve as an introductory primer on hedge funds in bankruptcy and will:

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NO CLE - Back to Basics Series - What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Using Financial Documents as Evidence

In keeping with the theme of “understanding financial concepts,” this webinar focuses on how financial information should be presented in a litigation scenario. This is certainly not a topic limited to attorneys, as it is often financial advisors, investment bankers, accountants and other professionals who must support litigation efforts or serve as experts in eliciting testimony about financial documents. To provide restructuring professionals with a useful resource in understanding how to present financial documents as evidence, this webinar will offer the following:

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NO CLE - Back to Basics Series - What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Financial Statements and Monthly Operating Reports

There are many lawyers and business professionals who enter the restructuring world without accounting or business backgrounds and have a learning curve to overcome when it comes to, for instance, getting a snapshot of the current financial picture of a business by reviewing financial statements or understanding what goes into monthly operating reports and cash flow analyses.

This webinar will therefore serve as a useful tool for professionals by:

*Reviewing in a non-technical manner accounting basics for beginners;

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NO CLE - ABI-LIVE: Back to Basics Series – What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Financial Statements and Monthly Operating Reports

There are many lawyers and business professionals who enter the restructuring world without accounting or business backgrounds and have a learning curve to overcome when it comes to, for instance, getting a snapshot of the current financial picture of a business by reviewing financial statements or understanding what goes into monthly operating reports and cash flow analyses.

This webinar will therefore serve as a useful tool for professionals by:

*Reviewing in a non-technical manner accounting basics for beginners;

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NO CLE - ABI-LIVE: Back to Basics Series - All Three Sessions

- What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Financial Statements and Monthly Operating Reports

- What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Using Financial Documents as Evidence

- What Every Restructuring Professional Should Know about Hedge Funds

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NO CLE - Risky Times for Secured Lenders and Servicers: Living with the New CFPB Mortgage Servicing Rules

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has promulgated pervasive and dramatic new requirements on servicers, effective Jan. 10, 2014, to provide detailed and accurate information regarding a borrower’s mortgage and options to avoid foreclosure. The rules amending both TILA and RESPA are filled with liability traps for the unwary, including several provisions that conflict with bankruptcy law. At a minimum, the rules will require servicers to implement significant new software, compliance training and procedures to limit legal exposure. Learn from insiders what you need to advise clients.

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NO CLE - Risky Times for Secured Lenders and Servicers: Living with the New CFPB Mortgage Servicing Rules (continued)

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has promulgated pervasive and dramatic new requirements on servicers, effective Jan. 10, 2014, to provide detailed and accurate information regarding a borrower’s mortgage and options to avoid foreclosure. The rules amending both TILA and RESPA are filled with liability traps for the unwary, including several provisions that conflict with bankruptcy law. At a minimum, the rules will require servicers to implement significant new software, compliance training and procedures to limit legal exposure. Learn from insiders what you need to advise clients.

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NO CLE - Risky Times for Secured Lenders and Servicers: Business Lending: Navigating What Lies Ahead

With the economic challenges over the past five years, the lending landscape has changed dramatically. The boundaries for commercial and alternative lenders have changed, and borrowers’ options for financing are continuing to develop. Learn what commercial and alternative lenders can (and cannot) do for a borrower and how financing structures have become more creative to fit the needs of borrowers.

Presented by ABI, TMA (Chesapeake),
IWIRC (D.C./Maryland) and RMA (Potomac).

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NO CLE - Risky Times for Secured Lenders and Servicers: Business Lending: Recent Legal Developments

Following the financial crisis, lending activities have been closely scrutinized by regulators, lawmakers and the courts. Debtors and bankruptcy trustees have actively pursued claims against commercial lenders. Learn firsthand about recent legal developments that impact commercial loan transactions and practical strategies for minimizing the risk of lender liability claims.

Presented by ABI, TMA (Chesapeake),
IWIRC (D.C./Maryland) and RMA (Potomac).

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NO CLE - Resolving Complex Financial Institutions: Chapter 14, OLA and Living Wills

Are any financial institutions “too big to fail”? Since the financial crisis of 2008, governments, financial institutions, practitioners and academics have debated, proposed and in some instances implemented provisions to reduce the likelihood that a failure by a systemically important financial institution would cause systemic risk. This panel will discuss the failures of U.S. financial institutions and the current and prospective measures to facilitate the resolution of these institutions without transmitting risk to the U.S. financial system.

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