New financial tools are bringing more people into the modern financial world—changing how households save, borrow, invest in their futures, and pay for everyday needs, while helping serve the unbanked and underbanked in society. What innovations are making access to financial services easier, more affordable, and safer? How are regulators adapting to such rapid change? Is our regulatory framework helping or hindering progress toward more inclusion?
Join us — along with innovators, policy experts, and regulators — for the 5th annual Cato Summit on Financial Regulation as we explore the policy framework for financial inclusion. Topics include tech-driven consumer credit access, consumer financial data and AI, faster payments for all, and more.
- Chairman Jelena McWilliams, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
- Deputy Director Brian Johnson, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
- Barry Wides, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
- Tracy Basinger, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
- Lydia Beyoud, Bloomberg Law
- Thomas P. Brown, Paul Hastings LLP
- Jotaka Eaddy, LendUp
- Rob Morgan, American Bankers Association
- George Selgin, Cato Institute
- Steven Smith, Finicity
- Diego Zuluaga, Cato Institute
- Todd Zywicki, George Mason University and Cato Institute