James Kong is counsel in White & Case's global Financial Services Regulatory practice, based in the New York office.
James has significant experience in financial regulatory and compliance matters, particularly with respect to the Volcker Rule, authority and control issues arising under the Bank Holding Company Act, resolution planning, US anti-money laundering laws and regulations, nonbank licensing issues, enhanced prudential standards, margin regulations, and Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act. He also has particular experience advising on cyber security and financial technology regulatory matters.
James frequently publishes articles and client alerts regarding timely regulatory developments. He has been invited to speak on various financial regulatory panels, including on the topic of secured lending and digital assets and the regulatory environment in the US, Europe and Asia at the IIB’s Banking Seminar on Fintech and Digital Assets.
Global Legal Insights: 'Distributed ledger technology as a tool for streamlining transactions' (October 2021)