From the Capital Tonight morning memo, the second item:

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara and Department of Financial Services Superintendent Ben Lawsky are scheduled to appear together on Jan. 27, sharing keynoting duties at a speech at a regulatory conference in New York City.

The topic for the discussion will be risk management in the financial services field (no word if George Costanza will also appear).

Bharara, when he’s not arresting Albany pols, also has jurisdiction over Wall Street and has netted more than a few white collar criminals for the Southern District.

Lawsky, whose department oversees banking and insurance, has been carving out a sphere for his office to include oversight of the pension fund.

He is also considered a protege of Gov. Andrew Cuomo.