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FinTech – Bank Model Partnerships

The relationship between FinTechs and banks has significantly evolved in the past ten years, from a competitive stance to beneficial partnerships. We recently presented at the 2021 Tennessee Bankers Association Annual Meeting, discussing the rapid emergence of FinTechs and how banks are finding opportunities to collaborate with FinTechs and use new technologies to better serve their customers, improve their operations, and in some cases, add to their bottom lines. 

Our presentation highlighted FinTech's lead in innovation, the shift in banking technology, the opportunity it holds, and how banks and FinTechs can develop mutually beneficial relationships.

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About this Author

Mark L. Miller Attorney Financial Regulation Law Nelson Mullins Nashville
Partner

Mark has extensive experience in financial institution regulation, the acquisition and sale of financial institutions and other entities, formation of de novo community banks, and corporate governance and emerging company issues.

Mark has guided numerous clients through public offerings and private placements and, along with proxy materials and other disclosure documents preparation, has drafted and negotiated service agreements and other business contracts. Mark regularly represents clients before the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,...

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Kevin Tran Corporate and Finance Attorney Nelson Mullins Nashville
Of Counsel

Kevin assists clients in matters related to financial regulatory, FinTech, corporate and securities issues. He gained experience at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C., where he was a Financial Policy Analyst in the Capital and Regulatory Policy group in the Division of Supervision and Regulation. He also served the Board as the Policy Staff Adviser/Chief of Staff to the Deputy Director for Policy. In these roles, Kevin focused on developing regulations and guidance affecting banks and bank holding companies of all sizes, assisting the director with the day-to-...

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