John V. Levonick is special counsel in the Financial Services Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the New York office.
Mr. Levonick's practice focuses on consumer financial services regulatory compliance and technology. Specific areas include consumer lending asset origination, servicing, and asset purchase and sale transactions; and assisting creditors, servicers, investors, and service and technology providers with regulatory issues.
Mr. Levonick also supports financial institutions and technology service providers (FinTech and RegTech) with the regulatory compliance implications of emerging technology, such as blockchain technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cryptocurrencies and cloud computing.
Mr. Levonick assisted a member of the MIT Digital Currency Initiative (DCI) in the creation of a public paper on privacy-preserving analytics for the securitization market.
Mr. Levonick is admitted to practice in Connecticut (he is not admitted in New York).