Kyle Storm from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will be a Panelist at the Regulator Panel Discussion – The State of Fintech Regulations
We are very excited to announce that Kyle Storm, Deputy Lead at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will be a Panelist at the "Regulator Panel Discussion – The State of Fintech Regulations" at the Fintech Risk & Compliance Forum.
This panel of experts will provide a comprehensive overview of the current fintech regulatory environment. They will discuss the latest developments, compliance challenges and strategies to navigate the intricate, and ever changing, web of fintech regulations. The panel offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights, regulatory updates, and practical solutions to stay compliant and competitive in the fintech industry. Whether you're a seasoned professional or new to the field, this session is a must-attend for professionals looking to stay informed and make informed decisions in the dynamic world of fintech regulations.
Kyle Storm joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in June of 2015 and currently serves as a Deputy Lead - Specialized Exam Team within the Novel Activities Supervision Program. Kyle and his team focus on examining novel activities related to crypto-assets, distributed ledger technology (DLT), and complex, technology-driven partnerships with nonbanks that deliver financial services to customers. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, he spent four years with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland where he served as the examiner in charge of BSA/AML reviews for the district’s largest state member bank, a large insurance company, and a small portfolio of community banks.