Glen speaks with Karl Dahlgren about BAI’s annual Banking Outlook and some potential disconnects between consumer and industry focus areas. Also, the latest on Affirm, Plaid, Walmart’s fintech foray, and changes at the CFPB and OCC.
Links related to this episode:
BAI’s Banking Outlook: https://www.bai.org/research/bai-banking-outlook/
Walmart’s fintech partnership with Ribbit Capital: https://www.bankingdive.com/news/walmart-fintech-startup-ribbit-capital/593189/
The DOJ’s unusual statement on the abandoned Visa/Plaid Merger: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/visa-and-plaid-abandon-merger-after-antitrust-division-s-suit-block
Anchorage Digital Bank’s national charter: https://cointelegraph.com/news/anchorage-gets-occ-s-first-national-charter-to-a-crypto-bank
The BIG website: www.big-fintech.com
Best Innovation Group’s ongoing Digital Town Halls for best practice sharing on Credit union responses to COVID-19, held each Wednesday. Request an invitation here: https://www.big-fintech.com/CU-Digital-Town-Hall
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