Financial Services Regulation
American Conference Institute's 18th National Forum on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation
The Westin Bonaventure Hotel
Pillsbury partner, Christine Scheuneman, will participate in a panel discussion titled "Defending Against New and Emerging Claims Relating to Credit, Debit and Prepaid Cards and Bank Add-on Services and Products," on April 9, 2014.
ACI International & Cross-Border Payments Conference
Omni San Francisco Hotel
Deborah Thoren-Peden, Pillsbury partner and conference co-chair, will deliver the opening remarks during the ACI International & Cross-Border Payments Conference on Thursday, June 13th at 10:15 am.
The Buttonwood Gathering 2012
The Next Chapter
The National Museum of the American Indian
Pillsbury is proud to sponsor the 2012 Buttonwood Gathering. The event will convene leaders in finance, economics, business, academia and government to discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities of the next chapter of the global economy. Chaired by The Economist's Editor in chief, John Micklethwait, The Buttonwood Gathering is designed for business leaders from a variety of industries who rely on a deep understanding of global financial markets and key drivers of the global economy.
American Conference Institute's Emerging Payment Systems
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "The Mobile and Other Innovative Payments Landscape: With Social, Financial, Marketing, & Communication Technologies Blurring, How to Evaluate the New and Evolving Products and Services, the Emerging Trends and Their Impact on the Payments Industry" at the American Conference Institute's 4th National Practical, Legal, and Compliance Forum on Balancing Innovation with Consumer Protection in Emerging Payment Systems on September 27, 2012.
Understanding the Global Regulatory Environments
The Payments Institute
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "Understanding the Global Regulatory Environments" at the NACHA Payments Institute on July 17. Ms. Thoren-Peden's global payments program introduces your organization to unique regulatory and compliance requirements. In addition to U.S. payment system rules and regulations, organizations offering or using international payments must understand applicable requirements that govern payment activity in the geographic locations where they do business. This course examines rules, regulations, and jurisdictions, and implications to liabilities and responsibilities, privacy and security, and interdiction, as well as top-line concepts and country-specific aspects. Anti-Money Laundering (AML), anti-terrorist financing, global law enforcement, and the role and mandates of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) are all reviewed, helping students navigate the global regulatory labyrinth by using available tools and methods to preserve compliance.
Cashing In: Overview of Recent Legal and Privacy Issues with Mobile Payments
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "Cashing In: Overview of Recent Legal and Privacy Issues with Mobile Payments" at the Financial Institutions Committee Meeting, Business Law Section, State Bar of California on July 10.
Roundtable, Money Transmitter Licenses
W HOTEL - Victory
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will facilitate a roundable discussion on Money Transmitter Licenses, with discussion points including: who needs them for processing payments, what states require them, and why should your company care about these laws.
Managing Global Regulatory Regimes
Baltimore Convention Center
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "Managing Global Regulatory Regimes" at the NACHA Payments 2012 conference on April 29-May 2.
AML Compliance in the Burgeoning Mobile Payments, Prepaid and Virtual Worlds Marketplace
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "AML Compliance in the Burgeoning Mobile Payments, Prepaid and Virtual Worlds Marketplace" at the Canadian Institute's 11th Annual Forum on Anti-Money Laundering on April 25-26.
Prepaid Card 201 - Drivers for Growth / Addressing Challenges and Opportunities
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "Prepaid Card 201 – Drivers for Growth / Addressing Challenges and Opportunities" at the CFSA Annual meeting and conference. Her discussion will include legal and regulatory topics related to prepaid. What is prepaid dealing with, how, and what are the threats and opportunities for prepaid. Tales from our time in the trenches with NBPCA on the Hill, and other government sites/efforts related to Prepaid.
The FinCEN Prepaid Access Final Rule: Assessing the Rule's Provisions and Exclusions, Ensuring Compliance, and Evaluating Its Impact on the Industry
The Westin Washington, D.C. City Center
Pillsbury partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will present "The FinCEN Prepaid Access Final Rule: Assessing the Rule's Provisions and Exclusions, Ensuring Compliance, and Evaluating Its Impact on the Industry" at the American Conference Institute's 5th Annual Forum on Prepaid Card Compliance on January 30.
Is the U.S. Government Targeting Foreign Financial Institutions?
Pillsbury's New York office
Join veteran OFAC compliance counsel and compliance professionals for a matter-of-fact briefing on the actions taken in the recently-settled foreign bank OFAC sanctions enforcement cases. We will cover the jurisdictional theories pioneered in the 2009 settlements including Lloyds, ANZ and Credit Suisse (totaling over $1 billion), and outline best practices for preventing similar occurrences by foreign banks, which have traditionally thought themselves outside of U.S. economic sanctions jurisdiction.
9th Annual National Institute on Banking Law Basics
Boston University School of Management Executive Leadership Center
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Counsel, Rosemarie Oda will speak at the upcoming 9th Annual National Institute on Banking Law Basics being held in Boston, Massachusetts at the Boston University School of Management Executive Leadership Center.
2006 ABA/ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Conference
Office of Foreign Assets Control in 2006: New Exam Procedures & Enforcement Guidelines: What Does it Mean for You?
Wardman Park Marriott Hotel
Pillsbury Partner Deborah Thoren-Peden will participate in a panel discussion that focuses on screening issues for emerging products such as cross-border ACH, lessons learned from the first year of the OFAC examinations under the 2005 guidelines and what the new OFAC enforcement guidelines mean to you.