Barney Reynolds, partner and head of the global Financial Institutions Advisory & Financial Regulatory Group, chaired a panel at The Clearing House + Bank Policy institute’s Annual Conference. The conference, held in New York on September 6–7, 2022, provided a forum for the industry’s leaders to examine changing dynamics of the bank regulatory and payments landscapes. This two-day event featured keynote speakers and in-depth expert panels on the currently most pressing issues for commercial banks.
Reynolds chaired a panel entitled “The Impacts of Autonomy: Post-Brexit Regulatory Developments Across the EU and UK & Implications for Global Banking” which discussed how the regulatory frameworks in both the UK and EU have begun to reflect the post-Brexit reality, with implications for financial services in these domiciles, but also for global banking more broadly. Other panelists included Thomas Haigh (First Secretary, Economic, British Embassy, Washington DC), Paulina Dejmek Hack (Director for General Affairs, European Commission's DG FISMA), Jeff Samuel (Managing Director, Americas Head Group Governmental and Regulatory Affairs, UBS) and Nicholas K. Tabor (Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Financial Markets, U.S. Department of the Treasury).