Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP has released its proprietary Regulatory Tracker, an online subscription service meant to help market participants, particularly in-house legal and compliance departments, cover the additional work required to engage effectively with the coming regulatory phase of financial reform and its hundreds of new financial regulatory requirements. The Davis Polk Regulatory Tracker™ is an easy to use, dynamic Internet-based tool that will permit users to search, sort and keep track of provisions of interest to them as the regulatory implementation process unfolds. It will permit easy access and searching of key operative provisions of the bill, changes made to statutes, effectiveness dates, regulatory deadlines, regulatory action and key legislative history. It will be updated regularly and will include daily email alerts. For more information or a demonstration of the Davis Polk Regulatory Tracker™, please contact
We have one of the world’s preeminent financial institutions practices. Our Financial Institutions Group (FIG) represents many of the most important U.S. and non-U.S. banks, broker-dealers, insurance companies, trading markets and investment managers. We advise them on a wide variety of matters, including financial regulatory, capital markets, M&A, compliance and enforcement, credit risk management and insolvency issues.
We are at the forefront of advising financial institutions on how the Dodd-Frank Act regulatory implementation process will impact their business. We have been engaged as principal outside counsel for Dodd-Frank Act implementation work by all six of the largest U.S. banking organizations, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), many of the largest foreign banks with operations in the United States and several other financial institutions. We have advised or are advising clients on more than 80 comment letters on some of the most important proposed Dodd-Frank Act regulations.
Our thought leadership on financial regulatory reform matters has been widely recognized in news media, including The Wall Street Journal, The American Lawyer and InvestmentNews. Our financial regulatory reform experience was cemented by our prominent role in advising clients, including the U.S. and U.K. governments, during the Financial Crisis of 2008; and the exceptional quality of our legal team that includes former top regulators, former senior in-house counsels to major financial institutions and three former Supreme Court law clerks, all of whom combine Washington regulatory experience with the practical insights of transactional lawyers.