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Health Savings Account for Banks: Risks and Rewards

 

Review the problems with HSAs and possible solutions.

HSAs are stable, relationship-based deposits that may also generate monthly service fees, investment management fees, and interchange fees for banks, insurance companies and IRS approved non-bank custodians. While many banks offer HSAs as a retail product to walk-in customers, they are less engaged in the market for employment-based HSA programs. Employer-based HSA programs are where the true potential lies for HSA custodians, but they present special challenges. This white paper reviews the risks and rewards of HSAs for banks.

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Mark J. Kinney

Mark J. Kinney

Kinney & Larson LLP

  • Employee benefits attorney with 25 years of experience designing products and services for the health care industry
  • Worked with a large national bank to bring the first HSAs to market and represents some of the largest SHA custodians in the country
  • Drafted and negotiated nearly every contract commonly used by HSA custodians, third party administrators, investment advisors, and online platform providers
  • Interpreted and applied the large and growing body of regulatory guidance on HSAs to a wide range of issues, but with a focus on product development in the HSA industry
  • Advises venture-funded health care startups, third party administrators of self-funded group health plans, and vendors of wellness programs, cafeteria plans, and COBRA services
  • Represents a health care consortium of over 400 cities, counties and school districts
  • J.D. degree, William Mitchell College of Law; M.B.A. degree, Claremont Graduate School; Double major in economics and english, St. John’s University
  • Can be contacted at [email protected]
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