June 20, 2021

Volume XI, Number 171

Scott A. Cammarn

Scott Cammarn has 28 years of experience in the banking industry and his legal career has spanned all areas of banking compliance and finance law. His practice focuses on regulatory matters, mergers & acquisitions, legislation, transactions, and training. He represents a number of national and international financial institutions and has practiced before the Federal Reserve, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and numerous state banking departments.

Prior to joining the firm, he was the Bank Regulatory Counsel for Ally Financial (formerly, GMAC Financial Services) where he advised on bank regulatory issues including transactional, examination, compliance, and legislative matters.

Before joining Ally Financial, Scott was the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of LendingTree and served as the Corporate Secretary. At LendingTree, he was responsible for all legal and compliance matters. Prior to joining LendingTree, he served in various legal capacities over his 11 years at Bank of America, including Associate General Counsel, bank regulatory, global marketing and global corporate affairs.

Scott has been selected to The Best Lawyers in America as one of the nation's leading lawyers in Banking and Finance Law as well as in Financial Services Regulation Law. He was also named Lawyer of the Year three times by The Best Lawyers in America, for Banking and Finance Law and for Financial Services Regulation Law.  Additionally, Scott has been consistently recognized as a leading lawyer on the national level in Financial Services Regulation by Chambers USA and named a Rising Star for Financial Services Regulatory by IFLR1000 for the last two years. Scott has also been an adjunct professor at Duke University School of Law, teaching the U.S. Banking Regulation course.  Currently, he is a member of the ABA Business Law Section/Banking Law Committee, a board member of the UNC Banking Law Institute, a Practitioner-in-Residence at UNC School of Law and a board member of Duke’s Global Financial Markets Center. He is a frequent speaker on bank regulatory matters and has provided corporate executive training.


Articles in the National Law Review database by Scott A. Cammarn

Scott Cammarn and his coverage of Financial Regulation has been selected for the National Law Review’s Go-To Thought Leadership Award. Mr. Cammarn’s analysis of the shifting conditions of banking regulations, the Volcker rule, the CFPB, commodities laws, Dodd-Frank regulations, the DOL Fiduciary rule are very valuable to NLR Readers.