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  • SVB and Signature Bank Crashes: Regulations to Come?

    The recent collapse of two large regional banks, and the expedited sale of Credit Suisse due to similar challenges, have left many in the financial services industry uncertain about the future. What should we understand about what happened and what it might mean for the future of finance?

  • Litigation Strategies for FinTechs: Where Do We Stand?

    Please join McGlinchey for a private, client-only discussion of handling FinTech litigation. The Chair of McGlinchey’s FinTech practice, Robert Savoie, will interview Megan Ben’Ary and Joe Apatov, two partners who handle individual and class action litigation matters for FinTechs nationwide, along with partner Aaron Kouhoupt, who advises FinTechs on compliance and the development of processes to address litigation concerns.

  • FinCEN Invites Comment on Final Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Rule

    On January 17, 2023, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) published a notice inviting comment on the Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Requirements final rule (“Final BOI Reporting Rule”) that was published on September 30, 2022. Interested parties are invited and welcome to submit comments on or before March 20, 2023.

  • Regulatory Trends to Watch Out for in Consumer Finance

    Member James Sandy and Of Counsel Katherine Romano Schnack will discuss "Regulatory Trends to Watch Out for in Consumer Finance" in a Knowledge Webcasts webinar on January 26, 2023. Key discussion topics include the latest trends and developments in consumer finance, enforcement against “junk fees” and “dark patterns,” CFPB expansion over digital assets and privacy, and what lies ahead in 2023.

  • Our Top 8 Most Popular Insights of 2022

    As 2022 comes to a close, what better time to revisit our most popular insights of the last year? Our most-read pieces of 2022 appearing on JD Supra focused on decentralized finance, virtual currency, and cryptocurrency, mortgage foreclosures, and developments in cannabis law.

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