On June 1 in San Francisco, King & Spalding will host a roundtable discussion on financial technology with U.S. Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.), a member of the Senate Finance Committee and co-founder of the Senate Payments Innovation Caucus. Approximately 20 representatives from leading FinTech companies in the Bay Area will participate in the conversation, which will cover a wide range of legislative, regulatory and public policy topics. Partners J.C. Boggs, Matt Stewart and Emma Maconick as well as counsel Ehren Halse will also participate. King & Spalding’s Global FinTech Practice brings substantial expertise in mergers & acquisitions, intellectual property, data, privacy and security, regulatory compliance and public policy.