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The USA is well known for its complicated model of financial regulation.1
All types of financial transactions are controlled at the state and federal levels, making up the so-called two-tiered system of regulation.1
Currently, the federal government plays the role of the key regulator of the US fintech sector through five players. Also, there is financial regulation at the state level. In some cases, the relevant laws demonstrate some inconsistency as they are either the same or go against one another.1
The United States differs from the EU in terms of the functioning of the license regulation system. For example, it's not allowed to acquire a license in one state in order to use it in another state.1
Fintech organizations that act as payment service providers:
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) serves as the single federal institution that ensures supervision and regulation of any non-bank fintech organization. This establishment is responsible for controlling business entities and implementing relevant enforcement measures against false advertising campaigns, offensive activities, and misdirection in the field of financial technology.1
These federal regulatory agencies developed their own business regulations:
To pass registration of a financial organization, it's necessary to undergo a complex procedure consisting of numerous operations like criminal background checks, verification of financial position, and fingerprinting analysis for business owners, key shareholders, and board members like directors and executives.1
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