Listen to our webinar on Financial Privacy & Regulatory Compliance: Bridging the Gap Between Competing Worlds


Given the sensitive nature of the information they collect, financial institutions are subject to an extraordinary number of compliance obligations.  Many of these well-established regulatory burdens, including those intended to prevent financial crimes, exist in conflict with the various global privacy laws that have proliferated in the last five years.  The objective of this webinar will be to examine these at-time contradicting obligations, and help financial institutions make sense of how privacy fits into their larger compliance efforts.

Key Takeaways:

  • Review the different subcomponents that make up the larger objective of regulatory compliance for the financial services industry
  • Review the substantive privacy obligations that the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other privacy laws have placed on the financial services industry
  • Review the theoretical and real-world application of the Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) carveout under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
  • Review the conflicting obligations established by long-standing banking compliance regimes, and more recent data privacy requirements
  • Provide practical guidance on how institutions should satisfy regulatory obligations, including especially those intended to prevent bad-actors, when such obligations conflict with privacy and related concepts around data minimization


Ross Marrazzo, Managing Partner, Treliant

Jason Sarfati, Director, Privacy & Data Ethics, Treliant

Doug Boykin, Lead Sales Engineer, OneTrust