Global Fintech Regulation: Why the U.S. Must Look Overseas to Avoid Falling Behind
What is it about?
The U.S. has long been considered the original birthplace of FinTech innovation. However, as technological advancements in the financial services industry continue to evolve, the U.S. runs the risk of falling behind other nations as our regulatory environment remains fractured and inconsistent. While U.S. regulation struggles to keep up, governments in the U.K., Singapore and Australia are being applauded for their regulatory efforts to foster innovation while still providing consumer safety nets. This panel will examine overseas examples of how FinTech regulation can effectively benefit all stakeholders, key aspects of the successes other nations have seen, and considerations for improving FinTech regulation within the U.S.