Taft Detroit partner Nicole Meisner will be speaking on five separate panels at the 2023 Payments Compliance Conference on Nov. 8-9, 2023. The Payments Compliance Conference (PCC), powered by the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), is a valuable two-day conference for compliance professionals in Pentagon City, VA, consisting of industry-leading discussions and deep dives on the most important topics in payments compliance. Those speaking at PCC are top experts in the field and will cover up-to-date insights on embedded payments, taxation, data harvesting, open banking, banking as a service, and more.
This event is eligible for CLE and ETA Certified Payments Professional CE credits. Read more about the panelists and conference agenda here.
Meisner co-chairs Taft’s Paytech and Payment Systems practice group. She counsels a wide range of companies in the payments and financial services industries, including acquiring banks, payment processors, independent sales organizations (ISOs), payment facilitators, marketplaces, mobile payment providers, financial technology (FinTech) companies, money transmitters, prepaid access providers, and digital currency companies. Meisner is a nationally recognized leader on the issues that intersect payments and money transmission and often advises payment companies on navigating the risks of money transmission laws and regulations. She has extensive experience advising clients on various exemptions to money transmitter registration recognized by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) as well as exemptions to licensure, such as the agent-of-the-payee exemption, recognized by several states.