Do we need a National Financial Technology Commission?
In this podcast, we are joined by Tom Vartanian, who leads the Financial Regulation & Technology Institute of George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, to discuss his proposal for the President and Congress to establish a National Financial Technology Commission. The issues we examine include the security and other risks financial institutions face from new technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Commission’s role in protecting the nation’s economic infrastructure, and how regulators’ use of technology can result in a better regulatory scheme.
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