Consumer financial protection is fraught with problems arising from breaches in the electronic payment system, threats to privacy, black markets, and overall data security. As internet commerce accelerates, vulnerabilities inherent in this growing flow of individual and institutional financial information create substantial public policy challenges for regulators and decision-makers. Explore these challenges and possible solutions at the Seventh Annual Public Policy Institute on Financial Services.
Please join us for two half-day sessions that will bring together governmental and non-governmental members of the public policy community, both from the US and internationally.
Agenda and program information available here.
Are you an attorney in a state AG office or staff in a regulatory agency (domestic or international)? Please complete an application to attend here.