From Around the USA
On February 19, the Wyoming Governor signed HB 57, which creates a fintech sandbox program in the state. Wyoming is the second state to introduce a regulatory sandbox program after Arizona.
Senate Bill 860 filed on 2/15/2019 would create a regulatory sandbox in the office of the Texas Attorney General, modeled on Arizona's.
See Blog post dated 2/18/2019
From the Heartland Alliance & the Illinois Asset Building Group
Financial Technology & its Impact on Low-Income Families
Arizona's Regulatory Sandbox In The News
Have you heard of fintech? It can help with your finances, but beware of these risks, by Russ Wiles | Arizona Republic, March 17, 2019
FINTECH AND CONSUMER PROTECTION: A Snapshot, by Lauren Saunders | NCLC, March 2019
Comments submitted to the CFPB re: Policy on No-Action Letters and the Product Sandbox, feature an Overview of the Arizona Sandbox, Section 10.3.1, pp 48-52. February 11, 2019
Lauren Saunders, Opinion Contributor | The Hill | November 29, 2018
Jemima Kelly, Financial Times | November 11, 2018
Two more companies accepted into Arizona’s Fintech sandbox
Tim Gallen – Digital Editor, Phoenix Business Journal | November 1, 2018
Tim Steller, Arizona Daily Star | March 31, 2018
Attorney General's Office
Memorandum Of Understanding obtained via Public Records request, October 16, 2018. On file with CEI.