United States: Financial Services Regulatory Group Member Honored For Success And Philanthropy
Last Updated: July 14 2014

Our Financial Services Regulatory Group colleague, Roberta Torian, has been selected for the 2014 Minority Business Leader Awards by the Philadelphia Business Journal. Roberta is one of the most experienced bank regulatory and consumer compliance lawyers in the country, having many years of in-house service at PNC, Mellon and Advanta. Her practice focuses on banking law specialties such as OFAC/Bank Secrecy Act; Internet banking; Fair Credit Reporting Act; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act; FACT ACT/Privacy: Electronic Banking; Credit Card law, cash management and merchant bank processing, deposit account products, bank mergers and acquisitions and much more. This award recognizes Roberta for her accomplishments as well as her philanthropic efforts. Len Bernstein, Global Chair of Reed Smith's FSRG, notes that Roberta is well-deserved of this recognition, "We congratulate Roberta on receiving this honor, which is highly reflective of who she is: a consummate leader with deep care and concern for others, as demonstrated through her commitment to mentoring diverse lawyers coming up through the ranks. Ultimately, Roberta is helping to shape the future of the legal landscape by sharing her own valuable experience with younger lawyers from diverse backgrounds."

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