Adams and Reese Partner and Financial Services-Regulatory and Compliance Team Leader Amy Hanna Keeney has been appointed as a Young Lawyer Liaison with the American Bar Association Fair Access to Services Subcommittee.
The group is a subcommittee of the ABA’s Consumer Financial Services Committee. Keeney will be part of a professional development and relationship building forum that interacts with regulators, consumer advocates, and industry attorneys, and discusses best practices and emerging trends that are affecting all players in the consumer financial services industry.
In November, Keeney, along with Adams and Reese colleague Joshua Lesser, had their article published in ABA’s “Business Law Today” – Much Ado About Nothing: Hunstein’s Three Trips to the Eleventh Circuit Did Not Clarify Whether the FDCPA is a Financial Privacy Statute.”
Keeney, resident in the Adams and Reese Atlanta office, has extensive experience helping banks, credit unions, and non-bank financial service providers of all sizes launch and service new financial products, and she helps them navigate the increasingly complex regulatory landscape for fintech services and products.
Keeney is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP). She has extensive experience counseling financial institutions and service providers regarding compliance with federal and state consumer protection statutes and regulations, including the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).