Buckley Webcast: Looking ahead — Tighter scrutiny of deposit and payment practices
Regulators have shown keen interest in deposit and payment issues over the last few years, and that interest is likely to persist — and even increase — under a Biden administration. Unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices related to deposits and payments will be a focus of regulatory supervision and enforcement as families continue to feel financial fallout from the pandemic. At the same time, innovation and surging use of electronic payments and online banking services will shine a spotlight on Regulation E compliance.
Buckley attorneys Kari Hall and Ted Somers will discuss recent trends in deposit and payment practices, how those trends might change under the Biden administration, and ways to mitigate potential risk.
Registration required. Please, no outside law firms, government agency personnel, media, or consulting firms. After registering and being approved, you will receive a confirmation email containing instructions for joining the webcast.
About the series
Webcasts in this series follow ongoing developments and explore what a new administration could mean for:
- Consumer arbitration
- Examination best practices
- Fair lending
- Non-U.S. domiciled companies
- White collar criminal defense
To suggest topics for this series, please contact Buckley events manager Aymila Parks.