Challenging a SIFI Designation

Dodd-Frank sets out a complex appeal process for these 'systemically important financial institutions.'

, New York Law Journal


Bradley K. Sabel, a partner at Shearman & Sterling in New York, and Donald N. Lamson, a partner, and Bradford Rossi, an associate, who practice in the firm's Washington, D.C., office, write that a company that has been designated as a systematically important financial institution has the right to contest the determination through a complex appeal process created under Dodd-Frank.

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