Christian Ruppe co-founded a fintech firm when he was in college — and later he…
The Treasury Department is seeking public input regarding illicit finance and national security risks posed by digital assets.
The FDIC and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network today published key takeaways and solution summaries from a recent “tech sprint” to develop solutions for banks and regulators to help measure the effectiveness of digital identity proofing—the process used to collect, validate and verify information about a person.
A recent survey of banking professionals found that most respondents see financial technology partnerships as key to their institution’s growth, although establishing such partnerships has proven elusive.
Relatively few executives at financial institutions said customers were requesting cryptocurrency options in a recent survey by the digital banking platform provider Alkami.
Bank talent powers this innovation. Together, the investments bank leaders make in tackling these two challenges will set us on a path to a prosperous future.
ABA and seven national trade associations petitioned the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today to initiate rulemaking to ensure that businesses that collect large amounts of consumer financial data are subject to the same oversight as financial institutions.
OCC wants info on the effects of fintech entities and nonbanks on banking and the markets for lending, deposit and payment services.
Brooke Ybarra will help ABA members keep pace with technological innovation and emerging technologies that benefit the banking industry.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency is seeking feedback on the role of financial technology in housing finance and the risks and challenges presented by technology throughout the mortgage lifecycle.