Cambridge Forum on

Risk Regulation & Enforcement in FinTech

May 13 - 15, 2024 New Orleans, Louisiana
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The Steering Committee welcomes up to 48 senior attorneys from leading law firms and in-house counsel from ‘non-bank’ financial institutions across the United States who are at the forefront of enforcement and regulation. During the sessions, high-level discussions are conducted between legal counsel and compliance officers at various FinTech companies,  and the major law firms who advise them.

Using candid, seminar-style discussions at this annual meeting, the group shares the most pressing issues they face on behalf of their clients or companies. Participants examine trends and developments in every jurisdiction to learn how others address these problems and work together to identify solutions.

2024 Steering Committee

This elite group, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.

Committee Co-Chairs

Committee Members

  • Stephanie Brooker Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Washington, D.C.
  • Carlton Greene Crowell & Moring LLP Washington, D.C.
  • Youli Lee Senior Legal Director - Global Head of Investigations, Litigation, and Governance Chainalysis Inc. Washington, D.C.

    Currently, Youli Lee serves as the Senior Legal Director over Global Investigations, Litigation, and Governance. In her capacity as global head, Ms. Lee and her team regularly advise the company on matters relating to criminal investigations, civil and criminal litigation, compliance, corporate compliance, and regulatory matters. Ms. Lee also collaboratively oversees marketing and product efforts as well.


    Prior to joining Chainalysis, Ms. Lee was an Associate General Counsel with the Strategic Advocacy section at Coinbase. In her role leading Strategic Response, Ms. Lee handled all legal aspects of Coinbase’s incident response, routinely assembling and leading cross-functional teams from across the company. Additionally, Ms. Lee advised on issues from content-moderation policies to international legal issues, sanctions, intellectual property, and a wide variety of security issues.


    Ms. Lee also served as Legal Counsel to the Biden-Harris Presidential Transition Team in the Office of Legal Policy. Prior to her service there, Ms. Lee was the Chief of the Policy and Legislation Division within the Office of the Chief Counsel for the Bureau of Industry and Security. While there, Ms. Lee led a team of attorneys and worked on cutting-edge policy initiatives and litigation that dealt with the intersection of national security and commerce in the United States.


    Ms. Lee also served with distinction as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. As a prosecutor in the Cyber Crime Section, Ms. Lee investigated and prosecuted cybercrime cases that included foreign-actor intrusions into U.S. companies and political organizations; bitcoin-exchange intrusions and money laundering by foreign actor(s); white-collar, bitcoin securities violations; international cryptojacking; and multiple large-scale, complex bitcoin, wire-fraud, and money laundering investigation. Ms. Lee also represented the United States in the Appellate Division, having briefed and argued close to 60 cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and the D.C. Court of Appeals. Additionally, Ms. Lee served in multiple trial sections of the U.S. Attorney’s Office and has tried over 40 bench and jury trials.


    Ms. Lee was also adjunct faculty at the Boston University School of Law, where she developed and taught a criminal appeals class. In addition, Ms. Lee was the Senior Policy Advisor for a subsidiary of Feeding America and worked to develop national food-policy initiatives.


    Ms. Lee has co-authored numerous articles including an article on the compelled use of biometric keys to unlock digital devices, which was published in the Department of Justice Journal of Federal Law and Practice, as well as an article on the need for a Select Committee on Terrorism, which was published in the John F. Kennedy School of Government’s Perspectives on Preparedness. Ms. Lee received her J.D. in 2001 from Boston University School of Law and her Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University in 1996.

  • Benjamin A. Naftalis Latham & Watkins LLP New York, NY
  • Seetha Ramachandran Proskauer Rose LLP New York, NY
  • Frederick W. Reynolds Deputy General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer FIS Dallas, TX

    Frederick Reynolds

    Deputy General Counsel for Regulatory Affairs and Chief Compliance Officer


    Frederick most recently served as the Chief Compliance Officer for Brex, responsible for the strategy, governance and execution of its Compliance and Operational Risk programs as well as its regulatory engagement strategy with both FINRA and the SEC. In this role, Frederick created programs, policies and procedures covering all areas of regulatory compliance including Broker Dealer, Payments, Privacy, Financial Crime, Fraud, Lending, Conduct Risk and Consumer Protection. Frederick was also responsible for maintaining relationships with key regulators, the board and key industry partners.


    Before joining Brex, Frederick was the Global Head of Financial Crime, Employment and Competition Legal at Barclays and the Global FIU Executive at Bank of America. In these roles Frederick led engagement efforts with the Federal Reserve, the OCC, SEC, FINRA, the FCA, MAS and various other state, federal and international regulators.


    Prior to entering the private sector, Frederick served as the Deputy Director of FinCEN where he was responsible for protecting the United States financial system from money laundering and terrorist financing and developing and implementing U.S. anti-money laundering policy. Before joining the Treasury, Frederick was a federal prosecutor and Deputy Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section of the Department of Justice.

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