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FinTech Law: A Guide to Technology Law in the Financial Services Industry

From mobile banking to virtual currency and beyond, this book explains issues surrounding financial services technology. Clearly outlining the context and landscape of current regulations, the book will serve industry professionals, technology law attorneys, entrepreneurs, technology vendors, investors, and practitioners providing guidance. Discussion is divided into four sections: traditional banking, securities and commodities activities, insurance activities, and credit card activities.

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DESCRIPTION

Cutting-edge financial services technology can facilitate transactions without regard to the complex regulatory structure governing the industry. From mobile banking to virtual currency and beyond, FinTech Law: A Guide to Technology Law in the Financial Services Industry explains the issues raised and offers excellent practical advice on how to address them.

For new technology companies entering the financial services arena, for more established financial services companies venturing into the ever-expanding world of financial technology, and for the practitioners providing guidance, this book explains the current state of the industry and the gap between regulatory and technological growth. Written by an expert in the financial services industry, this book will serve industry professionals, technology law attorneys, entrepreneurs, technology vendors, and investors and venture capital groups.

FinTech Law is unique in that it examines the financial services industry as a whole. To make the range of financial services activities easy to navigate, this book is divided into four market segments: traditional banking, securities and commodities activities, insurance activities, and credit card activities.

FinTech Law discusses:

  • Current and historical regulatory structure governing financial services
  • Regulation of financial institutions’ online activities
  • Mobile device use in the financial services industry, including policy goals of consumer and market protections
  • Cloud computing and data security
  • Technology licensing and service outsourcing
  • Information governance, especially privacy, record keeping and big data
  • Electronic fraud, identity theft, and anti­­–money laundering

AUTHOR

Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.
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Don't miss Kevin Taylor at FinTech: Law and Disruption hosted by New York Law School's Center for Business and Financial Law. Registration is free and includes a complimentary continental breakfast, lunch, 4 CLE credits in Professional Practice (for transitional and non-transitional attorneys), and a post-conference networking reception sponsored by Bloomberg BNA.

 

Kevin C. Taylor started in technology law at Brown Raysman in the first Internet boom of the late 1990s. During his career he has represented companies in all corners of the financial services industry: banking, securities, insurance, and credit card companies. He has also represented many technology companies that sell technology products and services to large financial institutions.  He currently represents some of the largest financial companies in the world in the acquisition and use of technology, whether as software, services, hardware, or any combination of these.


CONTENTS

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