Cullen and Dykman’s Elizabeth A. Murphy to Present at NYBA’s “History in Real Time” Virtual Speaker SeriesFebruary 25, 2021
Elizabeth A. Murphy, Partner in the firm’s Banking and Financial Services department, will present at the New York Bankers Association's (NYBA) "History in Real Time" Virtual Speaker Series to be held on Friday, February 26, 2021, from 11:00 PM to 1:00 PM.
NYBA's "History in Real Time" Virtual Speaker Series, Session Five, focuses on the key issues atop State and Federal regulatory agendas, as well as the political environment that impacts these initiatives.
Elizabeth will be discussing the regulatory environment during the workshop titled "New York in Focus: Regulatory Update and Outlook" from 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM.
According to its website, New York Bankers Association represents community, regional and money center commercial banks and thrift institutions in New York State with 200,000 employees and more than $10 trillion in aggregate assets.
Elizabeth handles regulatory, compliance, corporate and transactional matters for all types of financial institutions. This includes providing advice on issues such as cybersecurity, truth-in-lending, truth-in-savings, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), electronic banking and lending limits. Elizabeth regularly assists clients in complying with evolving privacy and cybersecurity laws and regulations.
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About Cullen and Dykman’s Banking and Financial Services Practice
Banking and financial services are at the core of our firm’s practice. Our lawyers represent some of the largest U.S. and international financial institutions and a variety of financial services companies, ranging from regional financial powerhouses to national credit unions to local community banks. With a team of highly experienced lawyers and a comprehensive suite of expert practice areas, we serve these clients in virtually every way possible.
About Cullen and Dykman
Cullen and Dykman (www.cullenllp.com) has been providing legal services to institutional clients since 1850. The firm represents a wide range of clients, including banks and other financial institutions, energy, telecommunications and water companies, construction companies, insurers, educational institutions, religious organizations, and not-for-profits. With over 190 attorneys in seven offices located throughout the Northeast and MidAtlantic regions, Cullen and Dykman is strategically positioned to meet the changing needs and demands of our clients.