Alaina Gimbert is Associate General Counsel for The Clearing House Payments Company, providing legal support to its wire, ACH, check image, and real-time payment systems. She is also responsible for following regulatory and legislative developments in the payments, sanctions, and AML space and engaging with regulators, other trade associations, and industry participants to advance the interests of The Clearing House’s payments company and its owner banks. Prior to joining The Clearing House, Ms. Gimbert was counsel to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, providing legal support to the Reserve Banks’ national ACH and check services.
Paul Holbrook is Associate General Counsel for HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and Head of the Payments, Deposits and Bank Operations Practice Group within RBWM Legal. Mr. Holbrook has extensive experience with the laws, regulations and clearing house rules applicable to wire, ACH, check image, and real-time payments. He is Chair of the Payments & Electronic Banking Subcommittee of the American Bar Association’s Banking Law Committee and past Chair of The Clearing House’s Payments Law Committee.
Sean McPhee is a Partner with Phillips Lytle LLP, based in Buffalo, New York. Mr. McPhee focuses on civil litigation, primarily in the area of commercial litigation. His practice includes litigating business and real estate disputes, lender liability, business torts, class actions and products liability. He also has significant experience with judgment enforcement proceedings in both federal and state courts.
Will Schisa is counsel in Davis Polk’s Financial Institutions Group and economic sanctions and national security practice, based in Washington, DC. Mr. Schisa has extensive experience with the economic sanctions laws and regulations administered by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), having served for nearly 10 years as an attorney in the Office of the Chief Counsel, Foreign Assets Control, the legal office that supports OFAC.
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