Mourant Ozannes and Shearman and Sterling at regulatory and SEC enforcement seminar
Cayman Islands financial services providers will attend a regulatory and SEC enforcement seminar organised by Mourant Ozannes in collaboration with international law firm Shearman and Sterling.
The seminar is a reprise from the event held in early 2012 and will be held on Friday 15 February 2013 from 2–5pm at the Westin Casuarina Resort in Grand Cayman.
The seminar will be hosted by Mourant Ozannes litigation partner Hector Robinson.
Speakers will include Gail Johnson-Goring, legal counsel at CIMA who will look at The Scope of Regulatory Cooperation by CIMA with the SEC and other Regulators; and Tim Richards, senior associate from Mourant Ozannes’ Litigation Group, who will look at the proposed Data Protection Bill and its likely impact.
Meanwhile, Shearman and Sterling partner, Adam Hakki, and his colleague, counsel, Lindi Beaudreault will this year provide an update on SEC enforcement actions involving fund managers and independent directors, and will suggest ways to structure disclosure documents so as to deflect SEC and investor criticism.
Hakki and Beaudreault will be joined on their panel by Adam Reback, who is the chief compliance officer for hedge fund manager, J Goldman & Co.
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