WEBINAR Top Issues Facing Fintech Companies

May 11, 2021
Event details
May 11, 2021
2:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time

Event summary

Join Cooley for an introduction to Obrea Poindexter, Sean Ruff, Adam Fleisher and our expanded financial services regulatory team as they discuss the top regulatory issues facing financial services and fintech companies in 2021. The program will cover the following topics: state money transmission licensing, payment processing, and the agent of a payee exemption; cryptocurrency regulation; new consumer lending initiatives such as installment lending and “buy now, pay later” programs; the increasing regulatory scrutiny of “neo-banks” and other new fintech models; and ongoing uncertainty surrounding true lender and valid-when-made doctrines. 

The team will also share insights for technology companies that are considering entry into the space, including different compliance approaches in the market today.  

For more information, please email Rebecca Lanz



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