3rd National Forum on

Payment Systems

Mitigating Legal & Operational Risks

Monday, April 30, 2007

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Optimize Payment Operations Mitigate Liability Comply With Regulatory Requirements

The American Conference Institute’s publication from the 3rd National Forum on Payment Systems offers leading information from federal and state regulators, leading attorneys and in-house counsel at payment system companies about the steps you need to take to ensure that your compliance program is up to speed with the latest laws. Get practical strategic approaches for:

  • Determining which laws govern open loop prepaid cards and best practices for compliance
  • Complying with Reg E and the recent changes to authorizations for returned checks
  • Protecting against BSA and OFAC violations in international money remittances without slowing down the process
  • Identifying data security lapses for merchants, partners and vendors
  • Mitigating liability for health benefit cardsli>
  • Litigating cases: update on the Interchange and Simon Mall cases and the Cole decision
  • Avoiding violations for state unclaimed property statutes for prepaid card breakage
  • Incentivizing merchants to comply with PCI standards
  • New payment products and processes what's new in the marketplace

Contents & Contributors

About

Optimize Payment Operations Mitigate Liability Comply With Regulatory Requirements

The American Conference Institute’s publication from the 3rd National Forum on Payment Systems offers leading information from federal and state regulators, leading attorneys and in-house counsel at payment system companies about the steps you need to take to ensure that your compliance program is up to speed with the latest laws. Get practical strategic approaches for:

  • Determining which laws govern open loop prepaid cards and best practices for compliance
  • Complying with Reg E and the recent changes to authorizations for returned checks
  • Protecting against BSA and OFAC violations in international money remittances without slowing down the process
  • Identifying data security lapses for merchants, partners and vendors
  • Mitigating liability for health benefit cardsli>
  • Litigating cases: update on the Interchange and Simon Mall cases and the Cole decision
  • Avoiding violations for state unclaimed property statutes for prepaid card breakage
  • Incentivizing merchants to comply with PCI standards
  • New payment products and processes what's new in the marketplace

Contents & Contributors

PAYMENT ISSUES
Jonathan Fink, Chief Counsel’s Office, OCC (Washington, DC)

FCT PERSPECTIVE: ENFORCEMENT INITIATIVES
Peggy Twohig, Division of Financial Practices, FTC (Washington, DC)

NAVIGATING THE MYRIAD OF REGULATIONS APPLYING TO OPEN LOOP PREPAID CARD TRANSACTIONS
Chris Daniel, Alston & Bird (Atlanta, GA/New York, NY)
John Douglas, Alston & Bird, Former General Counsel, FDIC (Atlanta, GA,/Washington, DC)
John Ricci, Green Dot Corporation (Monrovia, CA)

PAYMENTS IN CANADA: AN OVERVIEW OF LEGAL REQUIREMENTS AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS – INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCES
Charles Docherty, MBNA Canada Bank (Ottawa, Ontario)

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND OFAC DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE AML AND OFCA RISK IN PAYMENT SYSTEMS
Jamie Boucher, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP (Washington, DC)

PAYMENT SYSTEMS AS ENFORCEMENT TOOLS
Jodi Golinsky, MasterCard Worldwide (Purchase, NY)

LEGAL & OPERATIONAL RISKS APPLYING TO NEW PRODUCTS & PAYMENT PROCESSES
Victoria J. Brademan, MasterCard International Incorporated (Purchase, NY)

LEGAL & OPERATIONAL RISKS APPLYING TO NEW PRODUCTS & PAYMENT PROCESSES
Joel Hewer, Kelley Drye Collier Shannon (Washington, DC)

ACH RULE CHANGES & RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Sean Carter, New England ACH (Malden, MA)
Kathy Levin, GACHA (Atlanta, GA)

ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH RECENT DEVELOPMENTS ON REG E
Judith Rinearson, Bryan Cave (New York, NY)

ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEMS – THE PAYPAL SETTLEMENT
C. Brad Schuelke, Office of the Attorney General of Texas (Austin, TX)

COMPLYING WITH FEDERAL & STATE LAWS IMPACTING DATA SECURITY PRACTICES
Lynn Goldstein, JP Morgan Chase (Chicago, IL)

THIRD-PARTY DATA COMPROMISES: PREVENTION & MANAGEMENT OF BREACHES
Jonathan M. Winer, Alston & Bird, Former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Law Enforcement (Washington, DC)
Chris Daniel, Alston & Bird (Washington, DC)



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