Financial Services Regulatory Crystal Ball

Holland & Knight Program
Webinar, CLE Available
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April 6, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET

Please join Holland & Knight's Financial Services Regulatory Team for the second installment of our 2021 financial services webinar series as we provide our take on what to expect in the coming year and the impact that the change in administrations is having on the financial services landscape. Significant regulatory and legislative changes are being enacted that will further evolve with the new administration and Congress.

Topics include:

  • London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor): Transitioning challenges continue
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) violations: Bank websites targeted
  • Remote Online Notarization: New technology and opportunities
  • Federal Trade Commission (FTC): Investigations take new direction
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB): Impact of a new director and risk management
  • Social media marketing: Update on best practices
  • Consumer privacy laws: The latest developments in California, Virginia and other states

We hope you will join us for this in-depth and informative presentation – the second in a series of financial services webinars for 2021.


Andres Fernandez | Partner and Co-Leader, Financial Services Regulatory Team, Miami


Da'Morus Cohen | Partner, Miami
Anthony DiResta | Partner, Washington, D.C., and Miami
Joshua Prever | Partner, Fort Lauderdale
Ashley Shively | Partner, San Francisco
Christine Walz | Partner, New York
Douglas Youngman | Partner, New York

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