Tagged: financial innovation now

Financial Innovation Now Lauds Payment Task Force Report, Asks Congress to Move Forward (Faster)

Today the Faster Payments Task Force, created by the Federal Reserve, released its final report along with their recommendations on what needs to be accomplished to bring the US up to date in the payments space. Anybody engaged in the payments sector understands that the US… Read More

Tech Tools for Small Business Financial Health – Washington, DC

Small businesses are using new financial technologies to grow and prosper, and these benefits offer particular value for small businesses in historically underserved communities and main street America. This forum will explore how new financial technologies are expanding financial access and speeding commerce for small… Read More

Apple Inc. Expected to Launch Venmo Competitor, Apple Cash

ReCode is out with a report that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is expected to push further into the Fintech space by providing a Venmo-like peer to peer money transfer service. Jason Del Rey, writing for ReCode, predicted the new service would be called Apple Cash – thus… Read More

Financial Innovation Now Submits Recommendations to Senators Crapo & Brown as to How to Boost the Economy

Financial Innovation Now (FIN) has submitted their recommendations to Senators Crapo and Brown, the Chair and Ranking Member on the Senate Banking Committee, as to how best to improve Economic Growth. The proposals follow a public request by the two Senators asking members of the public… Read More

Financial Innovation Now Tells CFPB to Examine, Not Regulate, Consumer Access to Digital Financial Records

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), launched an inquiry into consumers seeking access to their financial records.  At the time of the announcement, CFPB Director Richard Cordray stated; “Consumers should be able to use their financial records and account information and securely share access in… Read More

Financial Innovation Now: We Support the OCC Fintech Charter

Financial Innovation Now (FIN) has sent a letter to the Office of the Comptroller (OCC) of the Currency in support of the OCC’s initiative to support Fintech innovation. FIN is an alliance of big tech including; Apple, Amazon, PayPal, Intuit and Google (Alphabet). As big… Read More

Crowdfunding & Fintech Predictions for 2017

Last year due to time constraints I was unable to publish my list of Crowdfunding/Fintech predictions for 2016. This year I am back once again, for better or worse, peering deep into my crystal ball with a list of prognostications for the coming year. The… Read More

FIN: Dear President Trump, Please Appoint a Treasury Undersecretary for Technology

Financial Innovation Now (FIN) has published an open letter to the incoming Trump administration. FIN demanded the President-Elect embrace technology when it comes to financial innovation. FIN is a group that represents several very big names in tech. Think Apple, Google, Amazon and more. Tipping… Read More

Financial Innovation Now: Big Tech Educates Policy Makers on Benefits of Fintech

Apple, Google, Amazon, PayPal & Intuit Provide the Firepower Behind Fintech Advocacy Group Financial Innovation Now. Back in the fall of 2015, an announcement was made regarding the creation of a new public policy coalition representing some of the largest names in tech: Apple, Google,… Read More

Apple, Google, Amazon: Current Regulatory Requirements Protect Incumbents from Fintech Competitors

In November of 2015, a group of well-known tech names banded together to create a new lobbying entity to lobby Capitol Hill on Fintech and financial regulations. Financial Innovation Now is a unique alliance of Apple, Google, Amazon, Intuit and Paypal joining in one specific… Read More

Apple, Google, Amazon Band Together to Lobby DC on Future Financial Services

The Future of Banking is Online. Tech Titans Want to Lead the Way as Financial Innovation Now Coalition Announced. All financial services are being turned upside down as the relevance of brick and mortar locations and surly customer service representatives is diminishing.  Big tech, including… Read More