Jason Cabral is of counsel in the Bank Regulatory and Fintech & Payment Systems practices of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s New York office. His bank regulatory practice includes the representation of leading U.S. and non-U.S. financial services companies before federal and state bank regulatory agencies. He advises clients on a wide range of policy, regulatory, governance, and other matters, including financial reform, mergers and acquisitions, controlling and non-controlling investments, merchant banking investments and activities, fintech investments, applications, new products and activities, affiliate and insider transactions, and third-party vendor risk management. He also advises clients on corporate governance and other general corporate and strategic matters. He regularly advises fintechs regarding the potential application of federal and state banking laws and regulations to their proposed investments and activities in the financial services sector and the range of regulatory options available to them, including state and federal licensing, bank partnerships, bank charters, and various charter options currently available or under development in the United States.
Prior to joining Paul Hastings, Jason was special counsel in the Financial Services Group at a multinational firm in New York and, most recently, a partner in the Banking and Financial Services Group of a Boston-based national firm.
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