2017 Fintech Americas: Fintech Regulations in the Americas

At the 2017 Fintech Americas held on 5-6 October in Miami, Florida, Samuel Kramer, partner based in Chicago, had a fireside chat with Kevin Greenfield, Director for Bank Information Technology, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, about the regulatory framework in the region. They also discussed the challenges that both regulators and banks face when pursuing or promoting an innovation and bank transformation agenda. It also provided the point of view of the key and instrumental role that regulators play in supporting the digital transformation in the Americas.

Sam Kramer is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Chicago office and is a lead partner in the firm's Global FinTech Core Team. His practice focuses on complex technology licensing, outsourcing, commercial contracting, and supply chain agreements. He is frequently involved in customer side outsourcing transactions and large scale IT procurement and services projects. He has extensive experience in IT and outsourcing transactions for financial institutions.

impact fintech ’17: Building the regulatory future of finance

Marius Jurgilas (Bank of Lithuania), Magalena Borowik (Polish Ministy of Digital Affairs) and Stephanie Magnus (Baker McKenzie) discuss Regulatory Technology or “RegTech” at ImpactCEE.

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impact fintech ’17: Interview on the Singapore-Poland FinTech cooperation

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2017 Fintech Americas: Cloud Computing panel discussion

At the 2017 Fintech Americas held in Miami, Florida on 5-6 October, Samuel Kramer moderated a panel discussion on “CLOUD COMPUTING: Regulatory Realities of Cloud Computing for the Financial Services Industry in LATAM.”

Panelists:
Dave Dadoun, Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft
Jeronimo Piña, Software and Cloud Solutions Research Manager LA, IDC

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Sam Kramer is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Chicago office and is a lead partner in the firm's Global FinTech Core Team. His practice focuses on complex technology licensing, outsourcing, commercial contracting, and supply chain agreements. He is frequently involved in customer side outsourcing transactions and large scale IT procurement and services projects. He has extensive experience in IT and outsourcing transactions for financial institutions.

Digital Currencies issued by Central and Commercial Banks

Director of Research at R3 Antony Lewis and finance journalist Solomon Teague discuss distributed ledger technology and what impact it could have on central and commercial banks.

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Blockchain technology and payments systems

This animation explores how the blockchain could improve today’s payments systems, and what the hurdles are central banks need to clear first.

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