Tag Archives: Brian Quintenz

The Latest on Fintech: Federal and Beyond

As one of the most rapidly growing industries in the financial services sector, financial technology (fintech) is receiving significant attention in the nation’s capital and around the world. This article analyzes and provides updates on recent key fintech developments at the regulatory level, on Capitol Hill, and in the courts – including a brief update on … Continue Reading

Busy Week at the Banking Committee; Treasury on the Hill as Trump Fills Out Financial Services Regulators

Legislative Activity Senate Banking to Host Secretary Mnuchin, Focus on Treasury This week, the Senate Banking Committee will consider the nominations of several individuals to fill key posts within the Treasury and Commerce Departments (see below for additional details). The Committee will also host Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to discuss an array of domestic and … Continue Reading

Hensarling Chooses CHOICE; CFTC Moves Forward with Priorities as Nominees Pending Confirmation, Administration Outlines Approach to Correspondent Banking

Legislative Activity Hensarling Chooses to Move Forward with CHOICE Act Last Friday, September 9, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) announced his intention to move forward with the Republican plan to replace the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) and formally introduced the Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers … Continue Reading

Congress to Receive CFPB Semi-Annual Report; SEC, Other Nominees See Movement As Financial Services Regulators Make Final Push

Legislative Activity Financial Services Committee Sets Its Sights on the CFPB This week, on Wednesday, March 16, the House Financial Services Committee will hold a hearing for Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray to provide his Semi-Annual Report to Congress.  Among a myriad of topics likely to be raised during the hearing, much … Continue Reading