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Our Picks for Money20/20: Compliance and Regulatory Sessions

Our favorite day of this massive 4-day conference just may be the very first day. The back-to-back sessions on Sunday, October 23rd, will focus on Legal & Regulatory topics—which as a RegTech company, has us super excited. There are even two great sessions happening simultaneously that will require a time-turner in order to catch all the juicy info.

Here are the sessions we are looking forward to at Money20/20:

Perspectives from U.S. and U.K. Regulators: Can Governments Encourage FinTech Innovation?

1:00 - 1:50pm, Sunday
San Polo, The Venetian Level 3

Our friends across the Atlantic were the first to embrace FinTech and there’s much to learn about how their regulators support FinTech innovation. We’ll be catching Bob Ferguson, Head of Project Innovate at the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority, in conversation with Dan Quan, Head of Project Catalyst at the CFPB, discussing how their regulatory bodies are promoting consumer-friendly innovation, important to consumers and FinTech businesses alike.

RegTech: Addressing Regulatory Challenges with Automation & Advanced Data Analytics

2:00 - 2:50pm, Sunday
Murano, The Venetian Level 3

We’re looking forward to learning a thing or two from fellow companies in RegTech. Together, we’re transforming the way financial institutions ensure regulatory compliance through faster, more cost-effective technologies.

The Role of Local Governments in Building a Thriving FinTech Ecosystem

3:10 - 4:00pm, Sunday
San Polo, The Venetian Level 3

This session will zero in on Atlanta, Georgia’s regulatory and political environment and how its partnership with private firms supports dynamic FinTech growth. We’re sure this will have widespread applicability to how other local governments function and support local economic development.

The Implications of Regulation & Self-Regulation For Online & Marketplace Lenders

3:10 - 4:00pm, Sunday
Murano, The Venetian Level 3

We’ve especially excited to hear what Duane Pozza, Acting Assistant Director in the FTC’s Division of Financial Practices, has to say about the burgeoning online lending industry. With LendUp coming under CFPB scrutiny last month, many online and marketplace lending professionals have questions about what regulations will come next.

CFPB's Richard Cordray as Keynote Speaker

7:10 - 7:40pm, Sunday
The Venetian Ballroom, Level 2

As the grand finale to a busy Sunday, the Director of the CFPB Richard Cordray will speak to industry professionals at Money20/20. Throughout the CFPB’s 5-year existence, Cordray’s goal has been to protect consumers from unfair, abusive, and deceptive business practices. We predict that in his session, Cordray will speak to what’s next in the CFPB’s regulatory agenda. Every consumer finance executive will want to attend this keynote to learn what industries and business practices Cordray will be targeting next. Moderating this discussion is friend of PerformLine Jo Ann Barefoot, who was a speaker at our 2016 COMPLY conference and an expert on FinTech, Innovation and RegTech. This is a session you can’t miss!

Money20/20 promises to be amazing again this year. We hope we’ll see you at one of the above sessions!

PerformLine will be at Money20/20 in Las Vegas, October 23-26. Stop by Booth #1440 to get your copy of our updated CFPB Risk Signal Report, featuring a new section on the risk associated with how companies respond to consumer complaints. Schedule a one-on-one with us to learn more.

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