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

On November 5, 2014 by Schnader

Partner Kevin Taylor authored FinTech Law: A Guide to Technology Law in the Financial Services Industry, which provides a comprehensive look at the legal issues stemming from the intersection of technology and financial services. 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. This book will serve industry professionals, technology law attorneys, entrepreneurs, technology vendors, and investors and venture capital groups.

While covering the financial services industry as a whole, the 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

    For more information about the book, please visit the BloombergBNA website.