Frank A. Mayer, III Presents at Financial Managers Society Seminar
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA, April 22, 2022 – Stevens & Lee’s Frank A. Mayer, III presented at an all-day seminar hosted by the Philadelphia Chapter of the Financial Manager’s Society at the Sheraton Valley Forge in King of Prussia on April 22, 2022.
Mr. Mayer presented at the seminar “FinTech and Banks: How Does It All Work?” and joined presenters in exploring the evolving relationship between traditional banks and FinTech entities. Attendees included CFOs, controllers, accounting managers, investment officers, treasurers, internal auditors and similar positions from community banks thrifts and credit unions; they were eligible to earn up to seven hours of CPE credit.
Mr. Mayer is Chair of Stevens & Lee’s Financial Services Regulatory and Enforcement Group. He advises and defends regulated business enterprises, with emphasis on financial services organizations, foreign banking organizations, U.S.-insured depository institutions, non-bank credit providers, mortgage loan product platforms, payment systems and related participants, directors, special board committees and officers in relation to supervisory and enforcement matters and mergers and acquisitions. He also advises regulated business enterprises on their relationships with federal, state and local governments.
In addition to financial services, Mr. Mayer represents clients in the biotech, technology, health care, real estate, telecommunications, sports, utilities and energy industries.
Mr. Mayer is a former senior attorney with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and senior counsel with the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC). In these roles, he acted as a bank closing attorney, as general counsel to bank conservatorships and receiverships, as litigator in complex multi-state financial institution-related civil actions and as a member of the National Bank Fraud Working Group. Following his work with the FDIC, Mr. Mayer worked as a consultant with a multinational insurance firm, counseling the company on federal and state legislation related to financial institutions, insurance companies and investment banking firms.
He has an LL.M. in Taxation from Villanova University School of Law, a J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law and a B.B.A. from Temple University.