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ON DEMAND: Real-Time Payments in the U.S.: Legal, Policy and Cross-Border Implications

Credit: 0 Credit hours
Run Time: 58 Minutes  

**This is a previously recorded program, originally on November 6, 2019.

Central banks at several other countries (UK, Australia, Japan) have implemented real-time payment systems to provide immediate access of funds to its citizens.  The U.S. Federal Reserve is in the process of following suit.  In this program, we will explore the status of this effort and the legal, policy and cross-border implications of the establishment of this new system.

Sponsored by: FinTech Regulation & Enforcement Committee and Banking and Financial Institutions Committee of D.C. Bar Corporations, Finance and Securities Law Community
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  • David Cohen, Partner, WilmerHale
  • Suyash Paliwal, Director, Office of International Affairs, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission 
  • Gavin Smith, Senior Counsel, Federal Reserve Board
  • Ian Spear, Manger, Retail Payments Reserve Bank Operations and Payment Systems, Federal Reserve Board
  • Amy Zirkle, Vice President, Industry Affairs with the Electronic Transactions Association
  • Petal Walker, Special Counsel, WilmerHale (Moderator)
On Demand Registration Fees: $20 D.C Bar Law Student Community Member; $35 D.C. Bar Corporations, Finance and Securities Law Community Member; $65 D.C. Bar Member; $65 Government/Nonprofit; $85 Non-member
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