2017 Spring Conference

Join the TPPPA in Washington, DC as we hear from Law Makers, Regulators and Rule Makers! Learn directly from the regulators as they discuss topics critical to third-party payment processing, like Consumer Protection and the upcoming Beneficial Ownership Rule. You will also learn about what the DOJ is looking for in corporate compliance programs.

Some attendees will make a trip to Capitol Hill while others will stay at the conference for a deeper dive into matters of compliance for banks and payment processors.

Here are just a few of the speakers you’ll hear from when you participate in the TPPPA Spring Conference:

Members of Congress - House Financial Services Committee
Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema, Democrat - Arizona's 9th District
Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer, Republican - Missouri’s 3rd District

FTC Consumer Protection Session
Karen Hobbs - Federal Trade Commission

Introduction to the CFPB Ombudsman’s Office
Sharon Asar - Deputy Ombudsman for the CFPB Ombudsman’s Office

Know Your Customer and the Beneficial Ownership Rule
Erik Kiefel - FinCEN

NACHA Update: TPS Registration and Same Day ACH
Jane Larimer - NACHA EVP, Network Services

What DOJ Investigators Look for in Corporate Compliance Programs
Richard Zack, Pepper Hamilton, LLP (formerly with the U.S. Attorney’s Office)
Michael Bresnick, Venable, LLP (former Executive Director, Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force)

Legal and Regulatory Update for 2017 & Money Transmitter Licensing
Troutman Sanders LLP - Legal and Regulatory Counsel to the TPPPA

OCC Fintech Charter and State Money Transmitter Licensing Panel
Various Industry Associations

2017 Political and Public Policy Update
Greg Porter, Catalyst

Capitol Hill Visits Or Bank and TPPP Compliance Tracks