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WHF/WHFF Partner Series: Is Valid When Made...Valid?
Wednesday, September 30, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Category: Events

WHF/WHFF Partner Series: Is Valid When Made...Valid? 

OCC Acting Comptroller has hit the ground running, issuing a number of regulatory announcements during his first weeks as Comptroller. Among those are the complementary announcements regarding the adoption of the final Madden Rule and the proposal to determine when a national bank or FSB is the “true lender” of an extension of credit made in the context of a partnership between a bank and a third party.

On July 29, the state attorneys general of California, Illinois and New York filed suit against the OCC challenging the Madden final rule.  Buckley law firm attorneys Matthew Previn and Walter Zalenski will discuss the recent OCC rulemakings and the AG filing and the future of whether valid when made is… valid.


Matthew Previn, Partner, Buckley Law Firm  
Walter Zalenski, Partner, Buckley Law Firm  

Date: September 30, 2020 
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Location: Zoom Webinar (information will be emailed in your confirmation email)


Matthew Previn, a partner in Buckley LLP’s New York office, specializes in the representation of banks, non-bank financial institutions, and companies providing financial products and services. He has extensive experience representing financial institutions in a wide range of regulatory examinations, investigations, and enforcement actions brought by myriad government agencies. In addition, he counsels banks and other financial services companies on bank and consumer finance issues, and advises boards and executive management on regulatory expectations, new products and services, and corporate governance.




Walter Zalenski, a Partner in the Washington, D.C., and New York offices of Buckley LLP, has more than 25 years of experience advising banks and other financial institutions, private equity firms, specialty lenders, retail installment credit providers, fintech companies, and other entities on bank regulatory and consumer finance issues, and corporate and transactional matters.





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