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PODCAST August 25, 2022

A Deep Dive Into Buy-Now-Pay-Later With Special Guests Nikita Aggarwal, Postdoctoral Fellow, UCLA School of Law, and Chris Odinet, Professor of Law, University of Iowa, College of Law

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Key Takeaways

  • We first review the types of BNPL products currently available, how they are accessed by consumers, how they generate revenue for industry participants, and potential consumer risks.

Joined by two experts on the BNPL industry, we first review the types of BNPL products currently available, how they are accessed by consumers, how they generate revenue for industry participants, and potential consumer risks. We then discuss the federal and state laws applicable to BNPL, expectations for CFPB rulemaking or other action, how the U.S. regulatory approach to BNPL compares to the UK approach, and the growing nexus between BNPL and social media platforms.

Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation.

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