Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is hosting its second annual bank regulatory summer diversity training program, an eight-day, virtual training that offers summer interns from major banks a supplement to their financial institution internship experience. This year’s program has 56 interns from Debevoise bank clients including American Express, Bank of New York Mellon, Citizens Bank, Credit Suisse, KeyBank, M&T Bank, Morgan Stanley, Northern Trust, PNC Bank N.A., Santander Bank, State Street, USAA and Wilmington Trust. It runs from July 15 to July 24 and includes skills training sessions on a range of topics, including:
- a U.S. bank regulatory introduction and overview
- diversity as an asset in the workplace
- the regulation and legal considerations of the cannabis industry
- anti-money laundering sanctions
- the Dodd-Frank Act
- the Volcker Rule
- bank mergers & acquisitions
Lawyers from the firm’s Banking and White Collar & Regulatory Defense groups, including partners Gregory Lyons, Arian June, Satish Kini, David Portilla and Jeffrey Robins and counsel Will Giles, Alison Hashmall and David Sewell are spearheading the training sessions.
The Debevoise Banking Group, ranked among the leading practices in the United States, advises banks and other financial institutions on the full gamut of regulatory, litigation and transactional matters. The practice advises financial industry clients on mergers and acquisitions, U.S. and international regulatory and compliance issues, enforcement matters, governance, capital markets activities and new product development.