Kimberly A. Prior, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Miami office, was recently named to the new slate of Officers and Board of Directors for the Florida International Bankers Association’s (FIBA) 2021-2022 term.
Serving the FIBA Executive Committee as General Counsel for the second consecutive year, Kimberly will continue to support the non-profit organization’s mission for financial excellence through education, and to train and certify thousands in anti-money laundering compliance. An active member of FIBA since 2010, she is also a frequent speaker and moderator for the organization’s educational programs, discussing regulation compliance, cross-border business practices and emerging developments in the international banking community.
The Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA) is a non-profit trade association that provides comprehensive support to the global financial services industry through education, advocacy and industry events. Built on a legacy that spans over 40 years, FIBA is a Florida-based and globally connected organization with a membership which includes the largest financial institutions from Europe, the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean. As a respected industry voice, FIBA has built a network of partnerships with regulators and policy makers through a comprehensive, hands-on approach to advocacy.
About Kimberly A. Prior
Kimberly A. Prior is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP where she is a member of the Financial Services Practice Group. Kimberly handles regulatory, transactional, enforcement and corporate matters for domestic and international financial services firms and businesses, including banks, broker-dealers, investment advisers and private equity funds. Kimberly also advises financial institutions and technology companies on regulatory, licensing, corporate and compliance issues in the FinTech space. Kim is the co-author of "Digital Assets and Blockchain Technology: US Law and Regulation," a textbook that examines the legal and regulatory approaches regarding the most important issues impacting the blockchain space. She is also the co-author of a chapter on recent developments in cross-border securities law.