Tag Archives: fintech

Is The Regulatory Environment Stifling Financial Innovation?

Financial regulatory oversight in the United States is complex and fragmented, with different rules across multiple regulators at both the federal and state level. And, while this is true for all financial institutions, new entrants known as financial technology (fintech) … Continue reading

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It’s 10 PM–Do You Know Where Your Financial Data Is?

Advancements in technology like the Internet and smartphones are changing how we pay, borrow, and invest. Financial technology (a.k.a. fintech) products—including payments, lending, wealth management, and others—generally provide benefits to consumers, such as convenience and lower costs. But there are risks … Continue reading

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Small Businesses and Financial Technology

In today’s world, it’s not unusual for people to go online to conduct all kinds of business that used to be done face-to-face. It is not surprising then that new technologies are being used to provide financial services directly to … Continue reading

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Taking a Big Bite in GAO’s New Podcasts

The concept behind GAO’s original Watchdog Report podcast was to take a long report and distill it to a 5-minute conversation about the bottom line. We think it’s been pretty well received—we have over 400,000 downloads of our episodes and … Continue reading

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