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John ReVeal

Partner
+1.202.778.9055
Fax +1.202.778.9100

John ReVeal is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office and a member of the consumer financial services practice group. He advises banks and other financial services providers on consumer compliance and assists financial institutions in the review and development of Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Money Laundering programs.

In addition, Mr. ReVeal advises financial institutions regarding bank and thrift powers, federal preemption, exportation of rates and charges, and financial institution licensing.

This is a temporary biography. A complete biography will be available soon.

Professional Background

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Mr. ReVeal was a partner at another international law firm. His experience includes development and implementation of enterprise-wide compliance management programs; annual compliance risk assessments; preparation for compliance examinations; and the development and review of policies and procedures with respect to consumer deposit, mortgage lending, and credit card lending compliance; as well as broker-dealer compliance. He also assists banks, mortgage lenders, and other consumer lenders in identifying applicable state licensing requirements.

  • Development and implementation of enterprise-wide compliance management program for a nationwide, large, complex banking organization.
  • Performance of annual compliance risk assessments.
  • Performance of annual BSA/AML and OFAC risk assessments.
  • Assisting banks and other financial institutions in preparation for compliance examinations.
  • Development and review of policies and procedures, including with respect to consumer deposit, mortgage lending and credit card lending compliance; broker-dealer compliance; and BSA/AML and OFAC compliance.
  • Advising lenders in the implementation of the qualified mortgage, ability to repay, and loan originator compensation rules released in 2013.
  • Assisting banks, mortgage lenders and other consumer lenders in identifying applicable state licensing requirements, including through three, 50-state surveys in 2012 and 2013.
  • Assisting banks and other financial institutions in responding to and addressing regulatory enforcement actions.