FinTech Nostradamus

Financial Technology, or "FinTech," has quickly grown in popularity. With significant innovation in recent years, the financial sector has prospered in helping lead this digital revolution. As banking and financial services attorneys, we are launching FinTech University, a series of sessions focusing on FinTech and how it is reshaping the world.

The series will consist of webinars revolving around FinTech and the industries that are rapidly evolving as a result of it. Sessions will focus on payment processing, digital assets, FinTech's role in the gaming and automotive industries, blockchain, digital banking, central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), and more.

Please join us for our two first sessions, What is FinTech? on September 22, and Payment Processing on October 19. Click the linked sessions to view the invitation and registration. Each webinar will be a CLE for attorneys.

Levin chairs the firm's FinTech and Regulation Practice. He is one of the first lawyers to focus on the regulation of blockchain and digital assets. He is considered a thought leader in the FinTech space.

Rustin chairs the firm's Financial Services Regulatory Practice. He focuses on consumer financial services litigation and defense of regulatory claims against chartered and non-chartered financial institutions, finance entities, and money services business.

Nazzaro is a partner focusing on banking and financial services. He advises a variety of entities on all regulatory and compliance issues that impact the financial services industry including banks, non-bank lenders, servicers, investors, third party payment processors, and debt collectors. His prior experience includes serving as a vice president and assistant general counsel with J.P. Morgan Chase and Chief Compliance Officer for Chemical Bank.

Tran serves as of counsel in the banking and financial services industry. He assists clients in matters related to financial regulatory, FinTech, corporate and securities issues. He gained experience at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C., where he was a Financial Policy Analyst in the Capital and Regulatory Policy group in the Division of Supervision and Regulation as well as the Policy Advisor/Chief of Staff to the Deputy Director of Regulatory Policy.