Week II: Advanced Topics
Steinberg Conference Center
255 South 38th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Registration is Now Open for 2013
Over five days, University of Pennsylvania business and law school professors and financial services industry experts explore a series of advanced-level regulatory and compliance topics that help participants build on previous coursework covered during Week I.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the evolution of insider trading regulation, theories and case law, and evaluate situations for insider trading violations
- Understand the evolution of the national market system, factors that contribute to market risk and notable regulatory responses to events and abuses
- Explain and apply key suitability rule requirements
- Explain key regulatory reforms proposed under the Dodd-Frank Act, including those pertaining to banking reform, risk retention and the Volcker Rule
- Outline the scope, requirements and application of state, federal and international privacy and data protection laws
- Summarize FINRA standards that govern communications with the public
- Analyze U.S. anti-money laundering laws and global anti-money laundering regimes
- Analyze sales practice issues for compliance
- Describe what records must be created and outline maintenance and retention requirements under SEC and associated FINRA rules
- Assess implications of the latest regulatory challenges, trends and developments
- Advanced Suitability
- Anti-Money Laundering Regulations
- Books and Records Rules and Reporting Requirements
- Broker-Dealer Litigation, Arbitration and Enforcement Proceedings
- Business Ethics
- Communications With the Public
- Dodd-Frank Act
- Financial Products II
- Foreign Markets and Securities Regulation
- Hedge Funds
- Hot Topics
- Insider Trading
- Market Regulation
- Privacy and Data Protection Laws
- Sales Practice Compliance: Advanced Applications
View the November 2013 Week II session descriptions and schedule at-a-glance. The 2014 schedule and session descriptions will be available in the fall of 2014.
|November 3 – 7, 2014
Member – $8,875*
Non-Member – $9,675*
Gov't / Regulator / State – 8,875*
* Price includes registration fees, hotel accommodations, meals and materials. Participants may check into their hotel room on the evening of Sunday, November 10.
The course schedule is subject to change. Continue to visit this page for the most up-to-date information.
Course attendees may receive up to 45 CPE Credits. Delivery Method: Group-live. CPE course level: Advance.
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