TFU | Nov. 13 – 19

U.S. Fed governor talks banks and fintech; Synchrony buys $6B in PayPal loans; U.S. banks set up a vendor management JV; U.S. banks finally get real-time payments; Coinbase rolls out custodial services; and Kabbage gets $200M from Credit Suisse. Plus, what’s the Big Idea with global regulators and ICOs?

TFU | Oct. 23-29

J.P. Morgan launched a new digital bank for millennials. Zelle partnered with IBM. The U.K. said that crypto-currencies are a “low risk” for terrorist financing. The DTCC published a white paper on the current state of fintech. And what’s the Big Idea with America’s fintech lag? Plus, Happy Halloween!

TFU | Sept. 11 – 17

The OCC says it’s not ready for fintech applications; the CFPB approves its first no-action letter; Cagney steps down from SoFi amid scandal; China bans crypto exchanges; and what’s the Big Idea with open banking?

TFU | Aug. 27 – Sept. 10

The Basel Committee publishes a new paper on fintech. Square applies for an ILC charter. And what’s the Big Idea with ICOs?

TFU | May 13-19, 2017

The NYDFS sued the OCC over its proposed “fintech charter,” while the CSBS announced a new initiative to “modernize” state regulation of fintech firms; the CFTC created an internal fintech lab to engage with new products and innovators; SoFi is expanding into the wealth management market; the DTCC produced a new white paper on cloud-based financial markets infrastructure; and IBM is working to build “the world’s first securities lending blockchain platform.”

TFU | May 6-12, 2017

SoFi intends to apply for an industrial loan company (ILC) charter in June, which, if successful, would make it the first new ILC in over 10 years; Chinese mobile payment giant Alipay partnered with First Data to enter the U.S. market; Citi invested in DLT firm Axoni; and The Economist looks at how data has become “the world’s most valuable resource,” and what that means for those regulating it.