Banking High-Risk Customers: Considerations for Banking Digital Asset, Fintech, Payment and Other High-Risk Companies

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Oct 20, 2021

11:00 am Eastern | 10:00 am Central | 9:00 am Mountain | 8:00 am Pacific

Businesses in high risk industries, including fintechs, digital asset custodians, cryptocurrency miners, payments companies, and other non-bank financial companies are increasingly seeking customized bank solutions and partnerships.

This presentation will discuss the strategic and operational considerations that need to be taken into account when deciding to bank or partner with these types of high-risk companies.

The state and federal regulatory landscape is evolving rapidly and it is important for banks to understand the current legal framework as well as general regulatory expectations and requirements.

The presentation will also address how to develop and implement appropriate policies and procedures for banking or partnering with high-risk companies, including risk management best practices.

ICBA Members: $199
Nonmembers: $299
Unlimited Webinar Pass subscription: $0

NOTE: Registration fee is valid for one connection, only for the individual registered. Full payment is required prior to attendance.  For more information, call 800-422-7285. 

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Patrick Boot

Associate

Hunton Andrews Kurth

Who Should Attend: Director/Exec/C-Suite, Risk, Operations, Audit, Compliance
Advanced Preparation: Basic knowledge of banking risk.
Program Level: Intermediate 
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

 
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