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Mr. Julius L. Loeser

Of Counsel, Winston & Strawn LLP

Julius L. Loeser is of counsel in Winstrom & Strawn's Chicago office whose practice focuses on banking regulation. He has extensive experience in counseling financial services clients on, among other things, bank acquisitions, privacy, financial modernization, the USA PATRIOT Act, Basel II, lending limits, capital, trust, affiliate transactions, and Federal Reserve, OCC, and FDIC regulations. Prior to working at large corporate law firms, Mr. Loeser was chief regulatory and compliance counsel for Comerica Bank, where he also served earlier as general counsel of its retail bank division and senior vice president and deputy general counsel. He also held executive roles at Wells Fargo & Co. Mr. Loeser began his legal career advising the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Loeser regularly writes and speaks on bank regulation. His recent publications include "Regulation of Certain Wire and ACH Transfers to Persons Abroad is Impending in the Guise of Regulation of Consumer Remittance Transfers", The Banking Law Journal, September 2011 (co-author) and "Has Dodd-Frank Created a Hidden Whistleblower Tax?" The Daily Deal, January 2011 (co-author).


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Changing Landscape: Thrift Holding Companies and Their New Regulator
Engage Volume 13, Issue 1, March 2012
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SEC Adopts Curb on Short Sales
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