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  • Education
    • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2016, Food and Drug Law Journal, Executive Editor
    • B.A., cum laude, University of Denver, 2012, International Studies
Clients rely on Bobby Wenner to work with Polsinelli’s team of attorneys to analyze complex regulatory issues and to develop creative solutions that fit their business needs and operational goals. Bobby helps to deliver a range of legal services to clients that are active in the financial technology (“FinTech”) sector throughout the life cycle of their business. 

Bobby works with seasoned Polsinelli attorneys to help innovative clients in the FinTech space to navigate complex federal and state regulatory frameworks in order to find a path best suited to the success of each client’s unique business. Bobby has represented clients before the Securities Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and state regulators on matters including broker-dealer registration and compliance, money transmitter registration, as well as other matters.

Working in collaboration with attorneys from other related practices allows Bobby to provide clients with comprehensive legal advice designed to minimize liability, maintain flexibility and advance the client’s objectives.
  • Routinely represents new and well established broker-dealers and alternative trading systems before the SEC and FINRA
  • Advises FinTech firms that are registering with U.S. Department of the Treasury as a money service business
  • Advises on innovative offering structures for digital assets that are securities and commodities
  • Routinely assists clients with public advocacy in the FinTech space, including through preparing Congressional testimony, petitions for rulemaking, and comment letters to the SEC
  • Regularly assists clients in responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations
  • Represented a detained refugee through all steps of administrative immigration proceedings, obtaining a favorable judgement through negotiation with the federal government