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Appetite for Disruption: The Business and Regulation of FinTech

Many opportunities and challenges are at the intersection of technology and financial services. And FinTech itself is rapidly evolving as businesses continuously innovate and new ideas come from unexpected places. At the same time, government regulators are trying to keep pace. Troy A. Paredes and Lee A. Schneider explore this disruption by engaging the leaders who are changing what FinTech is and how we think about it. In this biweekly podcast, Troy, former SEC Commissioner and founder of Paredes Strategies LLC, and Lee, general counsel at Block.one and co-founder of Genesis Block, LLC, discuss today’s –and tomorrow’s – exciting and impactful FinTech topics. With their guests, they explore business and regulatory developments and technology trends, giving listeners new perspectives to take back to Main Street, the Hill, Wall Street, and the boardroom.
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Sep 17, 2018

In this second half of Troy and Lee’s conversation with former SEC Commissioner Piwowar, we broadened the discussion to cover some theories of regulation and considerations for regulatory decisions.  Commissioner Piwowar also discussed various areas within FinTech that he finds interesting, including the “Bootleggers and Baptists” theory of public choice economics first put forth by economist Bruce Yandle

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