Prepaid and Stored Value Cards: Navigating the CARD Act and New FinCEN Regulations

Final rules are effective Feb. 22: Are you ready?

Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A


Conducted on Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Program Materials

This CLE webinar will discuss the current regulatory frameworks applicable to prepaid and stored value cards and the impact of the Cuomo ruling on the state law regulation. The panel will outline best practices for issuers of these products to comply with new laws and regulations.

Description

2009 was the beginning of a new era for prepaid and stored value cards as the federal government increased its regulatory oversight. The CARD Act and Federal regulations are effective in February 2010, and greater scrutiny by financial regulatory agencies will continue into the foreseeable future.

The CARD Act requires FinCEN to issue regulations by Feb. 22, 2010 implementing the Bank Secrecy Act with regard to stored value and prepaid cards. The Supreme Court’s Cuomo v. The Clearing House Assoc. ruling also greatly impacts state law regulation of prepaid products.

Practitioners representing issuers of prepaid and stored value products must have a thorough understanding of these sweeping changes to the prepaid card industry practices as they guide clients in the rebuilding of their existing card models.

Listen as our authoritative panel of attorneys discusses this dramatic overhaul of the prepaid card industry and best practices to comply with these changes.

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Outline

  1. Overview of CARD Act provisions
    1. Covered products
    2. Prohibited practices
    3. Federal Reserve regulations
  2. Overview of FinCEN stored value card rules
  3. Impact of Consumer Financial Protection Agency Act ("CFPAA")
  4. Current status of preemption
    1. Impact of Cuomo v.The Clearing House

Benefits

The panel will review these and other key questions:

  • What is the immediate impact of the CARD Act for issuers of prepaid and stored value cards?
  • What is the impact of FinCEN regulations on prepaid and stored value products?
  • How does Cuomo impact state law regulation of prepaid and stored value products?

Faculty

Chris Daniel
Chris Daniel

Partner
Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker

He focuses his practice on financial institutions and other companies participating in the nation’s banking and...  |  Read More

Marilyn D. Barker
Marilyn D. Barker

Counsel
Bryan Cave

She focuses her practice on counseling financial services institutions on federal and state Bank Secrecy Act regulatory...  |  Read More

Gizelle Barany
Gizelle Barany
Senior Corporate Counsel
Blackhawk Network

Her practice area includes financial services matters, with a focus on network branded prepaid products and related...  |  Read More

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