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“The United States has the Most Fractured, Decentralized, & Complicated Regulatory Structure in the World”

Mercator Advisory Group is out with brief write up on the status of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Fintech Charter and one sentence in the report pretty much sums it up: “The United States has the most fractured, decentralized, and complicated regulatory… Read More

The OCC Fintech Charter is a Key First Step, Not the Last Word

  The technology transforming the financial sector is creating a historic opportunity to make financial services better and more accessible for all Americans. With this technology, consumers are finding new opportunities to borrow more affordably, save, invest, and transmit money.  While Americans prize the innovations… Read More

Here is the Letter House Republicans Sent to OCC Admonishing Thomas Curry About Fintech Charter

  Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry recently said the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will be issuing Fintech Charters. While the hope was the OCC would create a light touch, streamlined approach to empowering Fintech firms to operate across the US without… Read More

Comptroller of the Currency Thomas J. Curry: “We Will Be Issuing Charters to Fintech Companies”

Comptroller of the Currency Thomas J. Curry delivered a speech yesterday (March 6, 2017) at the annual LendIt conference where he discussed his recent proposal for a Fintech Charter. The OCC Fintech Charter, as it is described, is designed to bring innovative financial firms under… Read More

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