Regulatory capital and financial institutions today

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IFLR, UBS Securities, Moody's and Morrison & Foerster

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Is the US framework for regulating depositary institutions, based in part on regulatory capital, prudent and effective? Financial institutions have had much of their capital eroded by write-downs, triggered, at least in part, by fair-value accounting. And government emergency measures have directly injected capital. This seminar will debate potential regulatory reforms, including: • The future of Basel II; • Capital ratios and risk weighting; • Recent investor focus on tangible common equity instead of capital ratios; • The effect of fair value accounting on financial institutions; • Capital treatment for various securities issued as part of the government emergency measures, including CaPP and CAP; • The performance of hybrid instruments during the downturn and the questions raised for issuers, bankers and rating agencies; • Foreign initiatives relating to regulatory capital; and • Considerations for Tier 1 instruments, including mandatory convertibles. Speakers: Simon Crompton, editor, IFLR Adriaan Van Der Knaap, Chairman, UBS Global Capital Markets Barbara Havlicek, Moody's Investors Service Craig Emrick, Moody's Investors Service Thomas Humphreys, Morrison & Foerster LLP Oliver Ireland, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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