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The Fintech industry is highly regulated and governed, which means compliance has to be top of mind. BlackLine’s team is knowledgeable in the compliance requirements Fintech companies face. Whether it’s money service business registration, card brand compliance, PCI compliance, or other regulations, BlackLine and its affiliate, Frost Brown Todd, can assist you in making sure you are competing in a compliant manner.

Money Service Business

Comply with State and Federal Requirements.
If your business model involves the transfer of money from one party to another, you should analyze whether you’re a money transmitter or a money services business (MSB) under state and federal guidelines.

Card Brand

Comply With the Rules, Not Just the Rulebook.
Blackline provides clients with focused strategies to support their growth and expansion in the wake of ever-changing card brand acceptance standards and requirements.

PCI (Compliance and Optimization)

Feel Safe, Be Secure.
If your business accepts, stores, or transmits card data, PCI DSS compliance certification is required by card brands such as Visa, MasterCard and Discover.

News & Publications

money services business

Regulatory Oversight for Cryptocurrency

August 13, 2018 l Compliance

Cryptocurrency money transmitters must embrace compliance and implement sound controls which align with federal and state regulatory requirements….

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AML Compliance Expert Joins BlackLine

BlackLine Advisory Group Welcomes Financial Solutions Veteran Judy Farley

August 1, 2018 l Compliance

BlackLine is pleased to welcome Judy Farley, a seasoned veteran in operations, enterprise risk management, and IT security and compliance….

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State-level blockchain legislation

2017 Shaping up to be a Busy Year for State-Level Blockchain Legislation

August 9, 2017 l Compliance

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are where cryptographic computing and federal securities laws collide. As investors lacking the technical expertise of early market entrants throw money into cryptocurrency presales, regulatory agencies cannot be expected to sit on the sidelines…

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