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With a depth of experience across all regulated sectors, the Maples Group Regulatory and Financial Services team is positioned to address client needs and sensitivities. We have the largest dedicated Cayman Islands Regulatory and Financial Services team in the jurisdiction. Our 15/15 Regulatory Update podcasts are released on the 15th of each month. The podcasts cover the latest Cayman Islands regulatory developments in the past month and include our partners, of counsel and associates as sp ...
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Regulatory Ramblings

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Welcome to Regulatory Ramblings, a new podcast from a team at The University of Hong Kong on the intersection of all things pertaining to finance, technology, law and regulation. Hosted by The Reg/Tech Lab, HKU-Standard Chartered FinTech Academy, Asia Global Institute and the HKU-edX Professional Certificate in FinTech, with support from the HKU Faculty of Law. Join us as we hear from luminaries across multiple fields and professions as they share their candid thoughts in a stress-free envir ...
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Simpson Thacher invites you to The Regulatory Roundtable, a quarterly podcast series offering insight from leading regulatory and enforcement lawyers. With increased regulatory scrutiny from the SEC and other agencies, staying on top of regulatory trends has never been more important. This podcast will take you behind the scenes on important policy, exam and enforcement issues affecting funds and the asset management industry. Each episode will feature leading attorneys with deep knowledge o ...
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This podcast provides you the ability to listen to new regulatory guidance issued by the National Credit Union Administration, and occasionally the F D I C, the O C C, the F F I E C, or the C F P B. We will focus on new and material agency guidance, and historically important and still active guidance from past years that NCUA cites in examinations or conversations. This podcast is educational only and is not legal advice. We are sponsored by Credit Union Exam Solutions Incorporated. We also ...
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In the latest episode of The Regulatory Roundtable, co-produced with Simpson Thacher’s The Funds Channel, we discuss the SEC’s focus on artificial intelligence, including in exams and the recent settlements with two investment advisers in connection with their statements regarding their use of artificial intelligence, and considerations for looking…
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Episode #45 with guest John B. Quinn, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP John B. Quinn is the founder and chairman of the nearly four-decade old Los Angeles law firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. The firm has been voted the world’s "most-feared law firm" ten times by independent research provider BTI Consulting, which surveyed over 300 key…
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This episode of Samantha Shares presents an audio version of NCUA Chairman Todd Harper's written testimony before the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee. The testimony covers the performance and challenges of the credit union system in 2023, including mixed outcomes due to market competition and rising interest rates, financial st…
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In this month’s Cayman Islands Regulatory 15/15 podcast, Chris Capewell, Tim Dawson and Anthony Mourginos discuss updates to the Beneficial Ownership Regime, SAR Regime, Common Reporting Standard and Amendment to the AMLRs. Speakers: Chris Capewell, Partner | +1 345 814 5666 | chris.capewell@maples.com | View bio Tim Dawson, Partner | +1 345 814 55…
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Hello, this is Samantha Shares. This episode covers N C U A’s Board Member Tanya Oatska’s Remarks at Treasury’s Roundtable for Providing Financial Access to Justice-Impacted Individuals The following is an audio version of those remarks. This podcast is educational and is not legal advice. We are sponsored by Credit Union Exam Solutions Incorporate…
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Hello, this is Samantha Shares. This episode covers America’s Credit Union’s Letter to the National Credit Union Administration’s Board on Permitting Childcare Expenses as Reimbursable The following is an audio version of that letter and the press release. This podcast is educational and is not legal advice. We are sponsored by Credit Union Exam So…
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In this episode of Regulatory Ramblings, Ron Yu and Donald Day chat with host Ajay Shamdasani on the potentially pernicious consequences of non-technically trained lawyers - specifically, those without degrees or substantial experience in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) - offering advice in situations where technology is either impl…
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America's Credit Unions Appeal Against Disclosure of Fee Data This episode of Samantha Shares presents an audio version of a letter from Carrie Hunt, Chief Advocacy Officer for America's Credit Unions, to the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board of Directors, dated April 19, 2024. The letter requests the NCUA not to publicly disclose o…
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This episode of Samantha Shares focuses on the NCUA's Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding updates to its Records Preservation Program regulations and Catastrophic Act Preparedness Guidelines, aiming to solicit comments for improvement. It highlights the need for feedback on the outdated Part 749 regulations, detailing the current stand…
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Episode 43 with guest Jon Solorzano, Vinson & Elkins Jon Solorzano is a Los Angeles-based attorney who serves as counsel and co-head of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) task force at the law firm of Vinson & Elkins. Prior to this role, he served as senior director for legal and corporate development at the Clorox Company. Beyond ESG,…
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NCUA April 2024 Board Meeting In this episode of Samantha Shares, the focus is on the April 2024 Board Meeting of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Notably, this meeting addressed a sole agenda item: the Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Part 749, concerning the Records Preservation Program and its appendices. The discussion…
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Understanding NCUA's Guidance on Credit Unions and Distributed Ledger Technologies This episode, hosted by Samantha Shares, delves into the NCUA's letter to credit unions (22-07) regarding the use of Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT). Aimed at federally insured credit unions, the letter highlights how the NCUA supports the adoption of financial…
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In this month’s Cayman Islands Regulatory 15/15 podcast, Patrick Head, Adam Huckle and Lisa Page discuss Russia Sanctions – new specific licensing ground (divestment), the DITC Bulletin and ongoing enforcement, new CSV guidance on beneficial ownership filings and FATF Recommendations 15 and 24. Speakers: Patrick Head | Partner | +1 345 814 5377 | p…
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Episode 42 - Jonathan Crompton, Reynolds, Porter & Chamberlain Jonathan Crompton is a Hong Kong-based partner at the law firm of Reynolds, Porter & Chamberlain (RPC) where he helps companies and individuals navigate complex cross-border disputes and investigations involving their Asian operations, specialising in commercial matters (in particular f…
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NCUA Chairman Harper's 2023 Annual Report Highlights This episode of Samantha Shares delivers an audio version of NCUA Chairman Todd Harper's statement from the 2023 agency annual report. It discusses the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) achievements, including receiving clean audit opinions for its funds, and its commitment to protect…
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Madhurima Mukherjee Saha Partner, J Sagar Associates Madhurima Mukherjee is the New Delhi-based head of the J Sagar Associates law firm’s capital markets division. She has over two decades of experience in securities offerings in both the domestic and international markets – including initial public offerings (IPOs), further offers, rights offers, …
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Connect with us on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-treichel/ Understanding NCUA's Capitalization of Unpaid Interest Regulation This episode of Samantha Shares delves into the NCUA's letter to credit unions (23CU07), detailing the Capitalization of Unpaid Interest. It explains the unanimous vote by the NCUA Board on June 24, 2021, to allo…
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Insider Dealing and Conflicts of Interest in Credit Unions This episode of Samantha Shares covers the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) advisory on insider dealing and conflicts of interest within credit unions, outlined in their letter number Eighty six dash C U dash eighty four. It starts with an introduction to the podcast's sponsor,…
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In this episode, we discuss the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority update, Tax Information Authority update, AML Guidance Notes, consultations and the Beneficial Ownership update. Speakers: Chris Capewell, Partner | +1 345 814 5666 | chris.capewell@maples.com | View bio Tim Dawson, Partner | +1 345 814 5525 | tim.dawson@maples.com | View bio Patrick…
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Ep 40 - Neha Mehta, Founder & CEO, FemTech Partners Neha Mehta is a member of the department of mathematics at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She also teaches in that institution’s Master of Science program in FinTech. Among her interests are financial inclusion using FinTech as a vehicle to achieve it, as well as climate sustainabi…
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https://www.fdic.gov/resources/supervision-and-examinations/consumer-compliance-examination-manual/documents/2/ii-1-1.pdf https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7172605257267433472/ Understanding the FDIC's Compliance Examination Program This episode of Samantha Shares dives into the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) comp…
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Decoding the Federal Reserve's Future Financial Policies with J. Powell This episode of Samantha Shares features an audio version of a statement made by J. Powell, Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, addressing the U.S. House of Representatives' Committee on Financial Services on March 6, 2024. Powell reports on the Feder…
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Tanya Otsuka’s Speech at the 2024 Governmental Affairs Conference This episode of 'Samantha Shares' features an audio version of National Credit Union Administration Board Member Tanya Otsuka’s speech delivered at the 2024 Governmental Affairs Conference, sponsored by Credit Union Exam Solutions Incorporated. Otsuka discusses her background, experi…
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Yesha Yadav is the Milton R. Underwood Chair at Vanderbilt Law School, the Robert Belton Director of Diversity, Equity and Community and , and Associate Dean in addition to being a Professor of Law and Faculty Co-Director of the school’s LLM program at Vanderbilt University Law School. Her research interests are in financial market and securities r…
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Understanding NCUA's Updated Interest Rate Risk Supervisory Framework The podcast discusses the supervisory letter by NCUA, numbered 22-01, issued in September 2022, which updates the Interest Rate Risk Supervisory Framework. The letter is still active and serves as a reference for the agency staff during examinations and discussions. The podcast c…
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NCUA Board Briefing: Current State & Performance of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund In February 2023, The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Board briefing discussed the performance of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) and credit union CAMELS ratings. The NCUSIF reported a net income of $71.7 million, $…
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NCUA's Board Statements on Minority Depository Institutions & Final Policy Statement This transcript explores statements made by the NCUA's Board on Minority Depository Institutions (MDIs), outlining recent changes within the institution. It discusses the final interpretive ruling and policy statement transfer of the MDI preservation program admini…
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Understanding the FFIEC Statement on Examination Principles Related to Valuation Discrimination and Bias in Residential Lending https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-treichel/ https://www.marktreichel.com/ In this episode, Samantha Shares gives an educational overview of The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council's (FFIEC) Statement on Exami…
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In this month's Cayman Islands Regulatory 15/15 podcast, Tim Dawson and Adam Huckle discuss EU AML Delisting, Proceeds of Crime (Amendment) Act commencement, AML Amendment Regulations and an Economic Substance update. Speakers: Tim Dawson, Partner | +1 345 814 5525 | tim.dawson@maples.com | View bio Adam Huckle | Partner | +1 345 814 5318 | adam.hu…
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Lisa Nestor is a Los Angeles-based fintech expert and pioneer in the field of electronic payments. She currently serves as the chief strategy officer at AirTM. Under her watch, AirTM has successfully facilitated over 26 million transactions, and expanded access to commerce to international businesses both large and small, creating a user-friendly t…
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Anticipating the NCUA's Rule on Succession Planning This podcast by Samantha Shares explores the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) proposed rule on Succession Planning. Considering the probability of the rule's approval by 2024 due to the current Democratic leadership, the episode dives into the proposal's contents, implications, and ex…
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NCUA Chairman's Remark at Brookings Institute: Regulatory Changes & Credit Union Developments This podcast features Samantha Shares discussing NCUA Chairman Todd Harper's remarks at the Brookings Institute. The main topics involve the National Credit Union Administration’s plans to gather more data on overdrafts and possibly shift towards a CAMEL-l…
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OCC's Semi-annual Risk Perspective: Understanding Key Risks in the Financial Sector This episode provides an audio version of the OCC's Semi-annual risk perspective, focusing on the report's section named 'Trends in Key Risks.' The report highlights various risk factors that are currently impacting the financial sector, including credit risk, marke…
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Understanding Enterprise Risk Management (E R M) and NCUA's Supervisory Expectations In this podcast episode, Samantha Shares discusses NCUA's supervisory letter to credit unions on Enterprise Risk Management (E R M). The episode interprets this 2013 guidance that remains active and often referred to in examinations and examiner discussions with cr…
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In our latest Regulatory Ramblings episode, Anandaday Misshra meticulously unpacked India's groundbreaking Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2023 (DPDPA). The legislation, signifying a significant stride for India in the digital era, emphasizes individual empowerment over personal data while imposing stringent guidelines for responsible data han…
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Understanding NCUA's Letter On the Evaluation of Earnings for Credit Unions Samantha Shares explains the details and implications of NCUA's letter to credit unions on the Evaluation of Earnings in this episode. Despite the age of this letter, it is still utilized as a resource in NCUA examinations. Samantha delves into the critical role of earnings…
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NCUA Examination Priorities for 2024 and Guidance for Credit Unions In this podcast, Samantha Shares discusses the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) examination priorities for 2024 as part of a letter to credit unions. The letter outlines multiple areas of focus, including credit risk, liquidity risk, consumer financial protection, info…
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Liquidity Risk Management Advisory: An Overview In this episode, Samantha Shares discusses the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) Advisory on Liquidity Risk Management published on January 17, 2024. Emphasizing on key areas of focus for credit unions to manage liquidity effectively, the episode explores various strategies including manag…
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Marc I. Steinberg is the Rupert and Lillian Radford Chair in Law and Professor of Law at Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas. He has served as a professor, fellow or has lectured at several other prominent universities – including the University of Cambridge, Oxford University, King’s College-University of Lo…
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Evaluating Third-party Relationships for Credit Unions: A Podcast with Samantha Shares In this episode, Samantha Shares discusses the NCUA's letter to credit unions on evaluating and managing third-party relationships. These relationships have been increasing in recent years, offering potential benefits but also amplifying risks. The key areas of r…
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In this month's Cayman Islands Regulatory 15/15 podcast, Tim Dawson and Adam Huckle discuss the EU AML Delisting, the BOT Act, 2023 and CIMA's Supervisory Information Circular – AML / CFT Remediation. Speakers: Tim Dawson, Partner | +1 345 814 5525 | tim.dawson@maples.com | View bio Adam Huckle | Partner | +1 345 814 5318 | adam.huckle@maples.com |…
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Resumption of Federal Student Loan Payments: NCUA Guidelines and Impact on Borrowers This podcast episode, hosted by Samantha Shares, discusses the implications of the resumption of federal student loan payments. The show is sponsored by Credit Union Exam Solutions Incorporated. The episode covers key points from the NCUA's letter to credit unions …
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Understanding NCUA's Letter on Concentration Risk in Credit Unions In this episode of Samantha Shares, we review the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)'s Letter to Credit Unions on Concentration Risk. The letter carries a detailed overview of what concentration risk implies and its significance in the management of credit unions. It offers…
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Advisory on Managing Commercial Real Estate Concentrations in Economic Challenges Samantha Shares discusses an FDIC advisory on managing commercial real estate concentrations in the current challenging economic environment. The advisory, applied to all FDIC-supervised financial institutions, highlights the importance of strong capital, appropriate …
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Martin James Wallis has a deep understanding and vocation for thwarting financial crime. Currently, he serves as COO at financial crime consultancy FINTRAIL in Singapore. In that capacity, he supports FINTRAIL's efforts to provide practical and inclusive solutions in the global fight against financial crime. Before joining FINTRAIL, Martin enjoyed …
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Contingency Funding Plans: An Open Letter from the National Credit Union Administration In this episode, Samantha Shares discusses the National Credit Union Administration's letter concerning the importance of Contingency Funding Plans for credit unions. The letter, sent amidst financial strain in 2023, reminds credit unions to maintain viable cont…
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Welcome to our new Podcast called Credit Union Regulatory Guidance. Hosted by Samantha Shares. This podcast provides you the ability to listen to new regulatory guidance issued by the National Credit Union Administration, and occasionally the F D I C, the O C C, the F F I E C, or the C F P B. We will focus on new and material agency guidance, and h…
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At the heart of Dr. Bryane Michael’s conversation with Regulatory Ramblings host Ajay Shamdasani is whether FinTech can help solve the social, financial, and economic problems previous generations like the Baby Boomers contributed to. They discuss whether Gen-Z's potentially decentralized world of finance will look radically different from ours. Ge…
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Strengthening financial services with multi-modal biometrics Ep 33 with Bala Kumar, Chief Product Officer at Jumio Against a backdrop of rising AI-fuelled phishing attacks in the Asia-Pacific, in this episode of Regulatory Ramblings, Bala Kumar chats with host Ajay Shamdasani how such developments will affect the landscape of online identity fraud,…
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