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American Conference Institute's 3rd Annual Forum on Prepaid Card Compliance

June 24-25, 2010
Washington, DC

Essential Legal and Practical Strategies for Structuring Products, Mitigating Risk, and Ensuring Compliance

Be a part of the premier legal and compliance event for the prepaid card industry

The prepaid card industry is facing unprecedented legal and regulatory challenges at both the state and federal levels. In response to the CARD Act, the Fed has issued sweeping new rules that impact gift cards and FinCEN is engaging in greater oversight of stored value cards. Further, the proposed CFPA as well as other emerging regulatory initiatives are likely to have major consequences for the prepaid card market. At the state level, the continued evolution of money transmitter statutes requires that market participants keep pace or risk non-compliance. Add to these concerns the uncertain status of federal preemption, the continuing difficulties associated with AML compliance, and the increasing challenges of fraud deterrence and it becomes clear that it is more important than ever to ensure that you are in compliance with the myriad state and federal regulations and emerging legislation that impact the prepaid industry.

American Conference Institute's 3rd Annual Forum on Prepaid Card Compliance will bring together an unparalleled faculty of regulatory and enforcement officials, compliance experts from industry leaders, and outside counsel specializing in prepaid card regulatory compliance who will provide you with best practices and targeted guidance for:

  • Preparing for the impact of the CARD Act on the prepaid card industry
  • Knowing what examiners will look for during a BSA examination and implementing proactive compliance initiatives
  • Evaluating and improving upon your current AML and fraud deterrence programs
  • Ensuring compliance with expiration date restrictions and disclosure requirements
  • Determining the status of federal preemption in light of Cuomo and emerging regulations
  • Assessing the impact of business model adjustments on compliance initiatives

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