It’s already been an epic year for blockchain, and it’s only March.
State and federal financial regulators increasingly are focused on protecting small businesses, as illustrated by recent enforcement efforts and new state laws regulating both traditional and innovative small-business finance products.
With an ever-evolving enforcement regime at the federal and state levels, the financial services industry faces complex regulatory issues.
Join Manatt’s team of consumer financial services and litigation professionals for a complimentary webinar as they provide insight on the enhanced enforcement regime of the new California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation.
Join Manatt professionals Jan Lynn Owen, Brian Korn and Rebecca Rettig as they provide a must-see fintech and blockchain transactions update.
You think the CFPB is powerful? Wait till you see what California has created for covered entities doing business in the Golden State.
Originally hailed as a bipartisan effort to save the jobs of small-business workers, the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) has become a moving political target with constantly changing regulatory guidance.
As regulators and agencies share evolving guidance as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, banks should pay close attention to how they are following these new guidelines to prepare for the next 12-to-24-month cycle of regulatory exams.
Only weeks into the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), numerous class actions already are being filed against participating lenders and more are expected.
As the novel coronavirus continues to threaten business as usual, companies are looking at their crisis response plans to triage disruption and ensure resiliency.