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    John E. Viskocil counsels banks, investors, specialty finance, and financial technology (FinTech) clients through their ever-evolving market and regulatory landscape. With a focus on emerging financial services, asset classes, and technologies, John provides comprehensive, cross-functional legal guidance to his clients who face significant challenges in aligning innovative practices and tech with traditional and developing financial services law.

    He has broad and deep experience in financial services regulation and transactions, particularly in matters of e-commerce, consumer finance, card and payment systems, commercial lending, commercial banking, securities, privacy, and digital currencies. He counsels financial institutions and startups on innovations such as electronic portals, mobile applications, data aggregation, and distributed ledger/blockchain technologies in relation to customer disclosure, money transmission, consumer lending, data security, bank instruction, fiduciary duties, contractual risks, insider trading, and securities issuance.

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