Bill Gates once opined that “We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten.”
Join us in an informal conversation at Money2020 about trends in the legal, compliance and state licensing landscape for payments and find out what you need to know now to better prepare for tomorrow. Topics will include:
- Trends in the sorts of companies requiring money transmitter licensure – how FinTech / tech and other companies not commonly thought of as regulated entities are being caught in the licensing web
- Trends in “third party oversight” requirements: balancing the expectations of the bank regulators with the realities of innovative technology platforms for the delivery of consumer financial services
- An in-house perspective on payments innovation – from a non-financial institution
- Getting the federal government’s nod for your financial services innovation: the “no-action” letter proposal from the CFPB under “Operation Catalyst”
Bring your attitude, comments and questions. Stump the panel and win a prize! Refreshments will be served.
Date: November 4, 2014
Time: 2-3 PM PST
Location: Copperleaf 11 at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, site of Money2020
Brian Crist, Director and Associate General Counsel, Citigroup Inc.
Natalee Fouladi, Principal Counsel, T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Andy Lorentz, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Daniel Weiss, President and CEO, Chartwell Compliance