Quyen T. Truong

Financial Regulatory Reform – Looking Back to the Dodd-Frank Act

Quyen Truong is a Partner at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, and acts as a strategic counselor to leaders in regulated industries, helping them influence and comply with the law and realize enterprise objectives. She represents clients through all phases of regulation, supervision, and enforcement by Federal and State government authorities, specializing in consumer protection, privacy, and digital innovation. She helps clients prevail in bet-the-company proceedings, including class actions, product launches, and multimillion and billion-dollar transactions.

Quyen has an impressive fluency in regulation and enforcement gained through senior roles at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Communications Commission, and private practice. As Assistant Director and Deputy General Counsel, Quyen helped build the CFPB and implement the Dodd-Frank Act. She oversaw the CFPB’s litigation, oversight, and review of enforcement activities, and she coordinated with other authorities, including serving as deputy to the FSOC. At the FDIC, she managed outside counsel nationwide in pursuing officer/director liability and other claims. As Associate Bureau Chief at the  FCC, she implemented the Telecom Act and was cited as a Millennium Leader for her work on M&A and Internet/digital innovation. A recognized authority on consumer finance, privacy and online issues, Quyen is often quoted by The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, American Banker, etc.