Legal Developments in Payments and Fintech
Learn what recent regulatory and other legal developments mean for the payments industry. In this webinar, understand how new federal regulators are changing the dialogue around payments, explore developments in the payment card business, and see how fintech players are changing the way banks think about payments. Develop an understanding of why these changes are important.
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- Understand what new regulators in Washington are doing to change the payments landscape, including the CFPB prepaid rule and the OCC’s Fintech charter
- Learn what is needed to support virtual cards, person-to-person payments, or other innovative payments
- Explore how banks are partnering with fintech innovators to offer new payment models
Goodwin Procter, LLC
Lynne Barr, of counsel in Goodwin’s financial industry practice, focuses her practice on banking and consumer financial services law. She advises banks and other financial services companies, fintech companies, trade associations, and other entities on general corporate matters, including the offering and operation of their products and services, particularly in the context of federal and state regulation. Lynne is particularly expert in electronic financial services, with wide experience of credit and debit card operations, internet and mobile financial services, and privacy and data security. She is chair of the Consumer Bankers Association’s Lawyers’ Committee, afFellow and past president of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers, and past chair of the business law section of the American Bar Association (ABA). She currently serves on the Board of Governors of the ABA.
Goodwin Procter, LLP
Mike Flynn is a partner in Goodwin’s financial industry group and its fintech practice and co-chair of the banking and consumer financial services practice. Mike has held senior leadership and management positions in industry and government, including service as acting general counsel for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and as general counsel of both Flagstar Bank and PNC Mortgage. He applies this unique background to advise clients in the fields of consumer financial services, mortgage lending and servicing, banking, and mergers and acquisitions regarding regulatory requirements, compliance, risk and legal operational issues, interactions with government regulators, secondary market and other transactions, transactional due diligence, and regulatory enforcement. He is a fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers, the American College of Mortgage Lawyers, and the American College of Real Estate Lawyers.
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