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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

  • Fintech/Regtech Track: Leveraging Big Data Responsibly

    Location: Celestin Ballroom C,
    Level Three


    Speaker(s)

    David Shirk, Member, LotsteinLegal PLLC

    Jonice Gray Tucker, Partner, Buckley LLP

    Andrew Glass, Partner, K&L Gates

    Amy Bishop, Deputy General Counsel, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Breakout Session,

    Fintech/Regtech Track

    Savvy businesses are constantly seeking ways to better leverage and use the vast amounts of data currently being generated and captured by today’s technology. Learn how to do so responsibly in a manner that complies with current legal responsibilities and awareness of the emerging risks.

    Speaker(s)

    David Shirk, Member, LotsteinLegal PLLC

    David Shirk is MortgageBanking.Law’s founder and LotsteinLegal PLLC member. He represents financial institutions, retail and wholesale mortgage bankers and brokers, lead generators, and software vendors. David advises clients on state and federal regulatory compliance, innovative business development, and licensing, drafting originator compensation policies, responding to exams or Bureau investigations, and general mortgage regulatory compliance risks.  David joined LotsteinLegal in 2011 after 20 years of mortgage experience as CEO, COO, CIO and Chief Compliance Officer. David was Countrywide’s next generation loan origination system’s functional architect and performed automated workflow analysis at two other top 10 lenders.  David participated in Elizabeth Warren’s disclosure integration roundtable discussions; Federal Reserve Board's Consumer Advisory Council; Mortgage Reform Working Group; and HUD's YSP Negotiated Rulemaking.

    Jonice Gray Tucker, Partner, Buckley LLP

    Jonice Gray Tucker is a founding partner with Buckley LLP and a member of the Firm’s governing board. Ms. Tucker specializes in work with banks, non-bank financial institutions, and other companies providing financial products and services. She works with some of the largest bank and non-bank financial institutions, emerging companies such as fintechs, and retailers whose business operations include consumer and commercial finance.  Ms. Tucker focuses a substantial portion of her practice on escalated supervision matters, investigations, and enforcement actions. She frequently serves as lead counsel in matters involving the DOJ, CFPB, HUD, FTC, and prudential banking regulators. She also represents clients in connection with matters involving state Attorneys General and other regulators such as the NYDFS, the California DBO, and state banking departments. In addition to her work before government regulators, Ms. Tucker
    counsels clients on compliance with laws governing financial services, conducts internal investigations, and represents clients in complex civil litigation.  Ms. Tucker has been recognized in Chambers USA as a leading lawyer in the category of Financial Services Regulation: Banking (Enforcement & Investigations) as well as in Super Lawyers (Consumer Law, Civil Litigation Defense, and Banking), Best Lawyers (Banking and Finance Law), and Legal 500 (Litigation). Ms. Tucker also has been featured in Washingtonian magazine’s Top Lawyers issue, the “Meet the Women Rainmakers” segment of Law Practice Today, in Law360’s Rainmaker series, and in Law360’s Minority Powerbroker series. In 2018, she received MCCA’s Rainmaker Award and also was recognized by Savoy as one of the nation’s Most Influential Black Lawyers.  Ms. Tucker is Chair of the American Bar Association’s Banking Law Committee, which has more than 2,000 members. She serves on the Board of Regents of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers and on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.

    Andrew Glass, Partner, K&L Gates

    Andrew Glass is a partner at K&L Gates LLP. He advises businesses in achieving integrated, multi-disciplinary solutions to managing risk. Mr. Glass and his project teams work closely with clients’ business lines, and their legal, compliance, and information technology departments, to navigate complex regulatory areas. Mr. Glass provides regulatory-compliance advice and policy and procedure review. He oversees audits and internal investigations and responds to government investigations. Mr. Glass defends complex litigation including class actions. He counsels companies in the financial services, energy, media and telecommunications, manufacturing, and consumer product industries. His multi-faceted approach to problem-solving delivers seamless solutions to clients’ legal challenges.

    Amy Bishop, Deputy General Counsel, Quicken Loans, Inc.

    Amy Bishop is Deputy General Counsel of Quicken Loans Inc., based in Detroit, Michigan. Amy oversees Quicken Loans’ regulatory compliance program which includes company and mortgage loan originator licensing, origination and servicing compliance, privacy and e-commerce compliance and examination management. Central to the Company’s regulatory compliance program is the integration of compliance into Quicken Loans’ extensive technology platform that drives the business. Today, Amy is focused on Rocket Mortgage, the first fully digital mortgage experience, the development and support of key business initiatives and strategic partnerships and overseeing federal and state examinations.  Amy joined Quicken Loans in September 1998 after four years as a staff attorney with a community bank.