Buckley Sandler Webcast: State Regulatory and Enforcement Issues Series – Part Three: Fintech and Consumer Licensing and Regulation
On Tuesday, May 23, 2017 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm EDT, Buckley Sandler hosted the third of its five-part series of webcasts focused on state regulatory and enforcement issues and trends. Building off the mortgage licensing and regulation discussion from May 11, this session turned to more recent state licensing and regulatory developments in the consumer loan space (e.g., marketplace lenders, student lenders, solar financing, auto financing), as well as the licensing of other fintech companies, including payments companies and other money transmitters and virtual currency companies.
- John P. Kromer, a Partner in the Washington, DC office of Buckley Sandler, provides bank, non-bank, fintech and private equity clients with proactive and practical counsel to enable them to meet business objectives and manage risk in a rapidly changing business, legal, and regulatory environment
- Kathryn L. Ryan, a Partner in the Washington, DC office of Buckley Sandler, advises consumer financial services companies on a variety of regulatory, licensing, compliance, and transactional matters, including federal and state compliance requirements, Secure and Fair Enforcement Act compliance, Federal Housing Administration compliance, and the risks associated with the False Claims Act and Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act
- Marshall T. Bell, Counsel in the Washington, DC office of Buckley Sandler, assists clients in relation to regulatory examinations and enforcement actions by the CFPB, DOJ, and state attorneys general. He also represents clients in financial services transactional matters, including providing advice regarding regulatory due diligence, risk mitigation, and obtaining any necessary regulatory approvals
Subsequent webcasts will run over the course of the next few weeks, as Buckley Sandler attorneys cover the following:
- Part Four: Changes of Control and Other Significant Events Impacting State Licensed Entities: This session will help licensees navigate the extensive world of post-licensing issues, including change of control and asset deals, as well as other significant events and the regulatory risk and challenges they pose
- Part Five: Examination and Enforcement Trends: This session will discuss the potential for increased state examinations, including multi-state mortgage exams, for mortgage licensees, as well as recent state enforcement cases and increased activity by state attorneys general involving mortgage companies, marketplace lending platforms, and others
When: Tuesday, May 23 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm EDT
Registration required. Please, no outside law firms, government agency personnel, consulting firms, or media. After registering and being approved, you will receive a confirmation email containing instructions for joining the webcast.