The attorneys on Woods Rogers’ Banking and Financial Services team help clients navigate the increasingly complex myriad of laws and regulations impacting the financial services industry. Our team has the expertise and experience to address the full range of legal issues affecting financial institutions, from traditional banking matters to Financial Technology (“FinTech”) innovations and cybersecurity concerns. We seek to find legal solutions so our clients capitalize on opportunities and succeed in the marketplace.

Banking and Financial Services attorneys provide counsel in the following areas:

  • Asset-Based Lending, construction, and permanent financing
  • Bank Secrecy Act
  • Capital markets
  • Commercial finance
  • Corporate governance
  • Creditors rights
  • Investigations and enforcement actions
  • Long and short term debt
  • Provider agreements
  • Regulatory compliance and enforcement
  • Special purpose lending/consumer credit
  • Truth in Lending
  • Uniform Commercial Code

Financial Technology

Financial technology (“FinTech”) innovations continue to transform the ways in which companies—large and small—offer financial products and services to consumers and businesses.
The FinTech attorneys at Woods Rogers have the knowledge and experience to advise clients in connection with the compelling new business opportunities these innovations are creating, whether in connection with online lending and payment platforms, cryptocurrency exchange activities, alternative payment providers, or other digital services.

Our attorneys counsel clients on the full range of issues relating to the development of FinTech products and services, including online terms of use, state licensing, privacy and cybersecurity, federal anti-money laundering, and partnerships between banks and FinTech lenders. We also prepare 50-state surveys for clients in the FinTech space, covering such issues as interest and usury, consumer finance compliance, and money transmitter licensing.

 

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