Compliance Obstacles Common in FinTech/Digital Banking
Nelson Mullins partners Mark Miller and Craig Nazzaro are speaking at the Tennessee Bankers Association Compliance Conference. Their presentation, "Compliance Obstacles Common in FinTech/Digital Banking" will discuss compliance concerns for banks that want to engage in FinTech partnerships and other forms of digital banking to expand their product offerings and improve the customer experience.
They will also touch on the use of Alternative Data and Artificial Intelligence and give insight on the supervisory concerns being seen in the FinTech and digital banking spaces.
The Tennessee Bankers Association Compliance Conference involves nationally known presenters, as well as national and regional regulatory professionals who provide current, practical, and workable solutions to the regulatory changes that occur with increasing frequency. The conference provides a platform that addresses the most current issues facing the digital banking industry.
Miller has extensive experience in financial institution regulation, the acquisition and sale of financial institutions and other entities, formation of de novo community banks, and corporate governance and emerging company issues. He regularly represents clients before the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, state banking agencies, including the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Nazzaro focuses 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.
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