FinTech Legal Workshop

Fintech Legal

FinTech Legal is an intensive half-day executive education workshop designed to help participants understand how banking and finance laws apply to financial innovation.

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FinTech Legal is a half-day workshop designed to provide FinTech entrepreneurs, investors, attorneys, and other professionals with a general introduction to the unique and sometimes counter-intuitive ways that finance innovation is regulated in the United States. In addition to an overview of the basic structure of U.S. bank regulation and the key government regulators, the program will examine the specific regulatory frameworks that apply to core banking and finance activities most relevant to financial technologies, including payments, lending and consumer protection issues. The program will also address the regulatory implications of providing services to banks, the emerging debate over a special “FinTech” bank charter, and the unique cultural differences and challenges that come with operating within a highly-regulated industry.

Program Details

When & Where

The half-day program will be held in Fall 2019 at a San Francisco Bay Area location.

Fee

The fee for this program will be announced soon.

Admission

We accept registrations on a rolling basis and space is limited, so we encourage you to register early.

MCLE

MCLE credit will be offered for this workshop. The grant of MCLE credit is within the purview of the states, and we will provide a certificate of attendance and other materials to use in seeking continuing education credits.

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Course Instructors 

Past instructors have included:

Paul Clark, Partner, Seward & Kissel LLP, Washington DC; member, Executive Advisory Board for Berkeley Center for Law and Business

Jeremy R. Newell, Managing Director and General Counsel, The Clearing House; formerly Lecturer in Law, Boston University School of Law