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FinTech Compliance Expertise


Robinhood Fine for Crypto Compliance Violations by NYDFS


by InnReg

Following an audit conducted between 2019 and 2021, on August 2, 2022, the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) announced that Robinhood Crypto - a subsidiary company of Robinhood licensed to engage in virtual currency and money transmission business activities - will pay a $30 million penalty to New York State for significant failures in the areas of Bank Secrecy Act and Cybersecurity.


Compliance Implications of Central Bank Digital Currencies


by InnReg

A CBDC is a new type of money that uses blockchain technology to create a unique digital identity and is issued and guaranteed by a central bank. Its value is linked to the national fiat currency, and as a digital innovation has the potential to be used by both households and companies to store value and make payments.


FinCen Cryptocurrency Regulation - Part 1: Foundations and Four Key MSB Considerations


by InnReg

Businesses engaging in activities involving virtual currencies are subject to a number of obligations by relevant US Federal authorities, including the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the US Department of the Treasury (Treasury). These obligations include registration as a regulated entity, recordkeeping, reporting, and other anti-money laundering (AML) prescriptions set out by the Bank Secrecy Act and its associated implementing regulations (BSA).


FinCen Cryptocurrency Regulation - Part 2: FinCEN Funds Transfer Rule


by InnReg

The first part of this article series covered the basics of FinCEN cryptocurrency regulation and provided a deeper insight into four key considerations for money services businesses, especially in the field of FinTech. In this part, we take a closer look at one of the most important aspects of FinCEN regulation – the FinCEN Funds Transfer Rule.


FinCen Cryptocurrency Regulations - Part 3: FinCEN Customer Due Diligence Rule and FinCEN Ruling Examples


by InnReg

The first two parts of this article series covered FinCEN cryptocurrency regulation basics and took a deeper dive into the FinCEN Funds Transfer Rule. The last part of the series focuses on another FinCEN rule and provides a few examples of important FinCEN rulings and their application to the virtual assets arena.