Fintech innovation is experiencing unprecedented growth and payments companies must learn how to comply with the evolving regulatory and enforcement landscape.

Benchmark with key stakeholders during our 4th Annual Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Forum on Fintech & Emerging Payment Systems and garner necessary tools to remain compliant while fostering innovation, meet the expectations of the regulators and align your business practices with top priorities in 2020.

Conference Co-Chair
Matthew Homer

Chris Daniel

Chair, FinTech and Payments Group
Paul Hastings LLP

Regulatory Insights From
Matthew Homer

Matthew Homer

Executive Deputy Superintendent for Research and Innovation
New York State Department of Financial Services

WHO YOU WILL MEET
  • Federal, State Regulatory and Enforcement Officials
  • Financial Products, Payments, FinTech, and Retail Professionals, including:
    • General Counsel
    • CEOs
    • CCOs
    • Compliance Counsel
    • Product Managerso
    • Risk Officers/Managers
    • AML Counsel
    • Privacy Officers
    • Data Security Officers
    • Analysts
  • Private Practice Attorneys Specializing in:
    • FinTech
    • Payment Systems
    • Virtual/Digital Currencies
    • Financial Services Regulatory Compliance
    • Banking Law
    • Prepaid Cards
    • AML Compliance
    • Privacy/Data Security
    • Advertising and Marketing Law

The emergence of new technology applications in self-service, online and mobile banking, machine learning, Big Data and AI are currently sowing the seeds of financial service disruption. As FinTech companies are partnering with banks and non-banks and entering the market in record numbers, the industry is abuzz with questions surrounding which products will be welcome by consumers and merchants, and how federal and state regulatory frameworks will be applied to these new technologies.

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WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE TO SAY
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Great Learning from FinTech partners, great exchange of knowledge, good networking opportunities.

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