Banking and Marijuana: When Federal and State Laws Collide

Banking and Marijuana: When Federal and State Laws Collide


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About The Event

In this training program, attendees will learn how to work with each other in a shifting environment in order to reduce compliance and oversight burdens. For a bank, the regulatory burden placed on operations is normally substantial but when cannabis related accounts are included the burden can be crushing.

Why Should You Attend:
Marijuana has become a tax resource for states and a profit maker for those lucky enough to get the golden ticket. With almost half the states allowing marijuana in one form or another and schools, police, state and local governments benefiting from the resulting taxes, how we deal with the conflict between federal and state laws and the inherent conflicts in the banking system will determine how fast and successfully the industry, market and tax revenues grow.

Who Will Benefit:
AML/BSA Officers
Compliance Officers
Compliance Analysts
Company Management
Audit Professionals
Industry Participants

Instructor Profile:
Warren R. Markowitz is a practicing attorney, litigator and veteran compliance officer. He has been involved in the U.S. financial arena since 1994. Mr. Markowitz has provided hands on, direct advisory services to domestic and international financial service providers in their dealings with federal and state oversight authorities and self-regulatory organizations, as both a lawyer and an advisor through numerous consulting and technology advisory firms.

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