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ON DEMAND: FinCEN, SEC and CFTC FinTech Enforcement Priorities Under the Biden Administration
Credit: 0 Credit HoursFinTech innovations continue to explode across the world. In the centralized arena, banks (new and old) and other financial institutions are offering new crypto-based services. And in the decentralized arena, more and more retail and institutional investors are exploring increasingly innovative opportunities. These developments are in addition to a proliferation of new trading, investment and peer-to-peer payment apps. In this world of rapid change, it can be unclear how regulators are viewing the role of enforcement in the FinTech space. At this panel, we will hear from the Enforcement Directors at the SEC and CFTC about the enforcement priorities of their respective agencies under the Biden Administration.
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Sponsored by: FinTech Regulation & Enforcement Committee and Securities Enforcement Committee of the D.C. Bar Corporation, Finance and Securities Law CommunityCo-sponsored by: Derivatives and Futures Law Committee of the D.C. Bar Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Community
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- Alessio Evangelista, FinCEN
- Melissa Hodgman, SEC
- Vince McGonagle, CFTC
- Petal Walker, WilmerHale, LLP (Moderator)
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