Wednesday, June 28, 2023
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
Complimentary Webinar

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BFKN’s Financial Institutions Group is proud to present this webinar for banks and other financial institutions on the FRB’s, OCC’s, and FDIC’s Third-Party Risk Management Guidance.

Join a panel of industry veterans during this complimentary webinar to learn how to implement the banking regulators’ guidance. Although new issues are developing daily, some of the topics we intend to cover include:

  • The Guidance. Understanding the regulators’ guidance in light of past guidance and enforcement decisions.
  • Legal & Regulatory Concerns. From planning to diligence, drafting, and supervision, the guidance is quiet on what banks can do to minimize risk, and our attorneys will help fill in those gaps.
  • Best Practices. How banks can apprise and mitigate the risks posed by businesses deploying new technologies. 

We encourage you to submit questions and topic suggestions when registering for the program. We have applied for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit in Illinois and to receive CLE credit for this webinar, attendees must watch the entire program. We will also apply for 1.0 general credit hour in the additional states requested based on the attendees completing the full program and the requirements of each state. This program will be recorded and available on-demand for CLE credit to all registrants.


Justin C. Steffen, Partner, BFKN Financial Institutions Group
A National Law Journal Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and Fintech Trailblazer and cited authority on virtual currency, lending, and Fintech issues, Justin Steffen is a Partner at BFKN. He helps banks and Fintechs navigate the legal and regulatory obstacles to innovation. Justin is also the founder and Chair of the CBA’s Financial and Emerging Technologies Committee and an adjunct professor at Northwestern Law School where he teaches Fintech and the Law.

Stanley F. Orszula, Partner, BFKN Financial Institutions Group
Stan has extensive experience providing strategic counsel to banks on Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS), compliance and regulatory issues, cryptocurrency and digital assets, general banking corporate matters, lending issues, distressed loans and assets, failed bank receiverships and Fintech agreements and partnerships. Stan's background includes experience as a counsel with the FDIC, sitting on the board of a financial institution, and representing banks in private practice for over 15 years. Banks rely on his unique perspective to navigate today's complex regulatory environment and in implementing new technology, products and services.

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