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Tuesday, April 10
 

10:45am

Policy & Regulation Overview
Sponsored by Cross River

The policy aspect of fintech remains fluid. New initiatives are moving through Congress that could have a significant impact on the future of fintech. Hear from congressional leaders, regulators, association heads and legal experts as we make sense of the complex policy world in which we all operate.

Tuesday April 10, 2018 10:45am - 10:50am
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10:50am

Sex, Drugs and Skinny Jeans: Perspectives on Workplace Harassment, Cannabis Banking and Fintech Regulation
Sex, Drugs and Skinny Jeans: Perspectives on Workplace Harassment, Cannabis Banking and Fintech Regulation

  • Jan Lynn Owen, California Department of Business Oversight

Tuesday April 10, 2018 10:50am - 11:10am
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11:10am

How Central is Fintech to the Central Bank? Feds Perspective on Fintech
How Central is Fintech to the Central Bank? Feds Perspective on Fintech

As Fintech and online lending becomes an increasingly important part of the financial services landscape, Federal Reserve Banks are actively studying and weighing in on the industry. In this session, Fed experts will lead an interesting and possibly controversial discussion and give their take on recent developments and perspectives from the Federal Reserve.

  • Julapa Jagtiani, Philadelphia Fed
  • Kelvin Chen, Federal Reserve Board
  • Gerald Tsai, San Francisco Fed
  • Moderator: Oliver Ireland, Morrison and Foerster LLP

Tuesday April 10, 2018 11:10am - 11:50am
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11:50am

Dual banking system and Fintech – State vs Federal role in advancing and regulating Fintech
Dual banking system and Fintech – State vs Federal role in advancing and regulating Fintech

The United States dual banking system has existed since a national bank and national currency were established almost two centuries ago and has continued to provide consumers with banking options and improvements in financial services. Seldom has the tension between the two banking systems been higher than when it comes to the issue of Fintech. Former Comptroller of the Currency Tom Curry, Arizona Representative Jeff Weninger and Gilles Gade, CEO, Cross River will discuss the state vs federal role in advancing and regulating this new industry.

  • Gilles Gade, Cross River Bank
  • Jeff Weninger, Arizona Legislature
  • Thomas Curry, Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
  • Moderator: Scott Pearson, Ballard Spahr LLP

Tuesday April 10, 2018 11:50am - 12:30pm
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2:50pm

First in the Nation Fintech Sandbox
First in the Nation Fintech Sandbox

  • Mark Brnovich, State of Arizona

Tuesday April 10, 2018 2:50pm - 3:10pm
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3:10pm

Shaping Congressional Action and Legislative Priorities
Shaping Congressional Action and Legislative Priorities

Trade associations are expanding their membership and reach and doing more to study and drive change in Fintech. This session will provide an overview of the priorities and challenges the key trade associations face in influencing changes to policy.

  • Jackson Mueller, Milken Institute
  • Scott Stewart, ILPA
  • Brian Peters, FIN
  • Jason Oxman, ETA
  • Nat Hoopes, MLA
  • Moderator: Con Hurley, OLPI

Tuesday April 10, 2018 3:10pm - 3:50pm
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3:50pm

Revolution to Evolution: Regulatory and Compliance Best Practice
Revolution to Evolution: Regulatory and Compliance Best Practice

As the online lending industry matures, alternative lending models and data sources are changing the way credit is distributed. This panel of government and business leaders will analyze how online lenders are currently tackling regulatory compliance in a new world of data sources and will explore what needs to be done to drive further innovation and inclusion.

  • Thomas Curran, Upgrade
  • Dan Quan, CFPB
  • Colin Darke, Rocket Loans
  • Beth Knickerbocker, OCC
  • Moderator: Jo Ann Barefoot, Barefoot Innovation Group

Tuesday April 10, 2018 3:50pm - 4:30pm
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4:30pm

Deregulation: Friend or Foe? Where We Stand One Year In
Deregulation: Friend or Foe? Where We Stand One Year In

With regulation serving as a major backbone of the financial services ecosystem, it’s vital for Fintech leaders to understand how to pilot political change. In this session, hear from experts about how and if in the current political climate, a new administration can strike the right balance between regulation and deregulation without stifling innovation.

  • Travis Johnson, Eris Group
  • Jonah Crane, RegTech Lab
  • Campbell Gibson, Avant
  • Marc Franson, Chapman & Cutler
  • Moderator: Brian Korn, Manatt

Tuesday April 10, 2018 4:30pm - 5:10pm
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