Amy Davine Kim advises financial services institutions on BSA/AML and
OFAC compliance, with a focus on digital payments. Specifically, Ms. Kim
advises financial institutions such as banks, mortgage companies, lending
platforms, money transmitters, prepaid access providers, virtual currency
platforms, payments platforms and innovators, investors, and others on
matters involving federal and state regulatory compliance. In addition to
developing compliance programs and considering specific compliance matters,
she provides guidance to emerging and traditional payments companies
regarding the use of developing technologies and the blockchain for financial
services purposes, including developing processes and procedures
surrounding usage and anticipating future regulatory and enforcement
concerns. Ms. Kim also advises clients in outreach and responses to state
banking regulators related to money transmission.
Ms. Kim received her J.D. from the University of Notre Dame in 1997 and her
B.A. from Pepperdine University in 1994 (cum laude).