Payments

FSR advocates on behalf of members that provide and use payment products and services to promote fair competition, innovation and a vibrant payments industry.  Advocacy efforts focus on identifying trends, opportunities and challenges in a dynamic payments ecosystem, and addressing regulatory and compliance issues.

 

FSR Statement on Senate Tax Reform Concept Release

November 10, 2017

FSR is reviewing the tax proposal outlined this week to ensure it increases economic opportunity, creates more good-paying jobs, incentivizes workers to save for retirement, and helps more Americans access important financial products and services.


Cracking the Code on Board Reporting

October 3, 2017

Every week it seems like there is news of another cyber breach. As companies and organizations grow more cyber aware, there has been increased focus on the board of directors’ role in overseeing cyber risks.


Financial Industry Supports Tax Reform to Bolster Economic Growth

July 17, 2017

FSR strongly supports the Committee’s overall goal of enacting a simpler, fairer, and a more efficient tax code that significantly reduces tax rates on individuals, businesses, and investment income. Such reforms will create jobs, increase wages, bolster economic growth, and make America a more attractive place to invest.

OP-ED: Treasury Executive Order Report Key on Cyber Improvements

June 26, 2017

Harmonization and collaboration on cybersecurity will promote meaningful results and outcomes and drive a more complete view of the industry’s security and preparedness while still affirming financial services regulators respective oversight responsibilities.


The Digital Frontier for Financial Services

June 20, 2017

As we study these innovations, our focus will be on you, the consumer. How can banks, insurance companies, credit and finance companies offer customers the products and services they want, in a timely fashion using the best innovations?


FinTech and Fast Corners

June 1, 2017

Innovation – even the financial type – can be exciting, and shouldn’t be stifled just because the regulatory tools don’t exist that can protect the system while allowing for innovative thinking necessary to meet the changing financial expectations of consumers.