EY - The first 100 days: implications for financial services

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The first 100 days: impact on financial services

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Please join our panel of financial services professionals as they discuss the first hundred days of President Trump’s administration. The webcast will cover the impacts and implications of the president’s appointments, executive orders, and legislative agenda on the tax, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory and supervisory landscapes.

We will specifically cover:

  • Key drivers of change for the regulatory agenda and the implications specific to the financial services industry
  • Post-Trump election impact of M&A activity in the banking sector
  • What organizations can and should be doing now in a landscape with tax reform uncertainty

Panelists

EY - John Hallmark

John Hallmark

EY

John Hallmark is a director in the Ernst & Young LLP Office of Public Policy in Washington, DC. He interacts with congressional offices and federal agencies on behalf of the firm’s legislative and regulatory interests. He is a subject-matter professional on financial services regulation, as well as the legislative and political processes of Capitol Hill.

EY - Mark Kendall

Mark Kendall

EY

Mark Kendall is a partner in the Ernst & Young LLP Financial Services Tax practice. He has more than 25 years of experience providing tax services covering a variety of industries and topics. He is the Global Tax Account Leader for tax services provided to a number of the firm’s large clients. Mark also provides advice on a wide variety of tax issues such as tax accounting matters, processes and controls, and tax planning issues such as international tax, tax accounting methods, structured transactions and integration and divestiture issues.

EY - Marc Saidenberg

Marc Saidenberg

EY

Marc Saidenberg is a principal in the Ernst & Young LLP Financial Services Organization Advisory practice with more than 20 years of banking and cross-jurisdictional regulatory and supervisory experience. He has worked with global financial institutions to enhance capital management and stress testing, liquidity risk management, risk governance, model risk management and recovery and resolution planning capabilities.

Before joining EY, Marc was a senior vice president and director of supervisory policy at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Marc contributed to the development of supervisory expectations for capital planning, liquidity risk management and recovery and resolution planning and represented the New York Fed on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

EY - Sharon Dogonniuck

Sharon Dogonniuck

EY

Sharon Dogonniuck is a principal with the Transaction Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young LLP. Sharon has more than 25 years of experience focusing on the banking industry, including strategic advisory relating to M&A, capital raising, balance sheet issues and bank regulatory matters.

As strategic advisor to financial institution boards and executive management, Sharon has worked extensively on M&A strategy and execution, franchise competitiveness, capital structure and optimization, equity, debt and preferred capital raising, capital markets financing, investor positioning, balance sheet issues involving market, liquidity and credit risk, and complex bank regulatory matters.

Sharon earned her MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and her BBA in Finance from Hofstra University with Highest Honors.

Moderator

EY - Samir Nangea

Samir Nangea

EY

Samir Nangea is a principal and the Ernst & Young LLP Americas Financial Services Advisory Risk Leader, serving clients’ needs across the risk agenda in the banking/ capital markets, insurance, and wealth and asset management sectors. He has served a variety of financial services clients and has extensive experience in advisory and management consulting, risk management, regulatory and related technology matters. He has also served as the global client service leader for large financial services clients and in consulting/practice leadership roles.