Terry Hall is a partner in the Financial Services Practice Group. His practice emphasizes regulatory and transactional matters involving financial service providers and suppliers to the financial sector. Terry frequently advises Canadian and non-Canadian financial institutions on the Canadian regulation of financial services, including the operation of credit, debit and payment card programs and other payment products and services, cost of credit disclosure, payments system issues and compliance matters. He is often retained to assist financial institutions and business clients with consumer credit transactions, commercial lending, outsourcing arrangements, anti-money laundering requirements and corporate governance. He has advised government and financial services industry clients on the development of legislation, transactions requiring regulatory approval, product development and regulatory compliance.
Terry has served as a special advisor in the financial institutions division of the Department of Finance Canada and as a senior advisor in the financial services policy branch of the Ontario Ministry of Finance. He also spent two years as in-house counsel in the Canadian offices of a multinational financial services conglomerate. Terry recently completed two years as a member of the Advisory Board of Payments eXchange Canada. In 2012 he was the first Canadian lawyer elected Fellow, American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers.
Terry often writes for industry publications and speaks at industry events and seminars. His presentations and articles include:
American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers (Fellow) — Terry Hall is a Fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers