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How to read the OCC fintech charter?

July 31, 2018 | 0 min read

In the wake of today's announcement that the OCC will begin accepting national bank charter applications from financial technology companies, one thing is for sure: the demand for consistent governance and security has been heard.

For the past eight years, MX has been helping financial institutions navigate the ever-changing technology and regulatory environments. We're here to help.

Read the announcement here: OCC Begins Accepting National Bank Charter Applications From Financial Technology Companies

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