Norma Ramirez-Marin is an Associate in the Los Angeles office of Buckley LLP. She assists a variety of financial services clients on licensing, regulatory, compliance, and transactional matters.
Ms. Ramirez-Marin’s representative matters include:
- Working with clients on the acquisition of mortgage lending and money service business platforms, including obtaining the necessary approvals from federal and state licensing regulators for various licensing amendments.
- Completing surveys on various licensing-related topics, including recordkeeping requirements, periodic reporting requirements, and licenses required to engage in the money transmission business or to make, broker, purchase, sell, and service various loan products
- Assisting clients with licensing through their life cycle, including obtaining de novo licenses and agency approvals, assisting with licensee record amendments, annual renewals, and license surrender following sale of assets or termination of a business line
- Advising clients with respect to state licensing and regulatory issues, including Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS) management issues and ongoing licensing maintenance issues
Ms. Ramirez-Marin had previously worked as an attorney with Buckley, before serving as the Vice President of Compliance and Counsel for a fintech company. She received her J.D. from Southwestern Law School in 2012, and her B.A. in political science and B.S. in public policy, management, and planning from the University of Southern California in 2007.
"Building effective internal communication channels" by Daniel R. Alonso, Andrew P. Pennacchia, Benjamin W. Hutten, Norma Ramirez-Marin (from The Guide to Corporate Compliance)
Daniel R. Alonso, Andrew P. Pennacchia, Benjamin W. Hutten, and Norma Ramirez-Marin wrote “Building effective internal communication channels,” a chapter in The Guide to Corporate Compliance, published by Latin Lawyer Insight and designed to assist key corporate decision makers and...Books