In the wake of the global financial crisis, countries around the world have been grappling with the need to develop a modern consumer financial protection system that simultaneously protects consumers and preserves and encourages competition, choice, and innovation. Rapid technological innovation promises the development of novel consumer products and seamless payment systems, but also raises … Continue reading “Fourth Annual AGEP Consumer Payment Academy”

The Law & Economics Center hosted its Ninth Annual Public Policy Institute on Financial Services. Panels discussed blockchain payment technology, consumer credit and its regulation, financial inclusion and the shadow economy. Program participants had the opportunity to tour a state of the art Visa processing facility designed to securely process hundreds of millions of transactions … Continue reading “AGEP Ninth Annual Financial Services Symposium”