Chris Roede works primarily in the financial services industry, working with banks, FinTech companies, and others on regulatory and lending matters.
Chris’s practice includes regulatory and compliance review of new bank products and processes, acting as transaction counsel in closing both real estate secured and personal property secured loans, and working with lenders to resolve distressed credit assets. His focus for bank regulatory and compliance products is on new and emerging technologies, including advice regarding payment and credit card processing laws, multi-state licensing advice regarding money transmission licensing laws, BSA/AML compliance advice, and mobile technologies.
Chris joined Poyner Spruill after clerking with the firm in the summer of 2006. The same year, he completed internships for the Virginia State Corporation Commission in Richmond, and for the Honorable Edward Thomas Brady of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher H. Roede