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Big Banks Fight Back In Washington By Eating Into Fintech Profits.

The CEO of JP Morgan Chase & Co., Jamie Dimon has made it clear that being a bank is more expensive than fintech. In his 66-page letter to shareholders, he outlined how costly these regulations have been for the company over 10 years and estimated tens if not hundreds of billions loss due solely because they are rules set in place by governments that make banks safer (but also slower).

This year has already seen the beginning of a battle between big banks and their tech competition. The powerful lobby groups that represent them are readying for multiple fronts in what is sure to be an intense rivalry moving forward, with one question at hand: will we see more changes like these coming out ahead?

Big Banks Fight Back In Washington By Eating Into Fintech Profits.

PayPal’s Venmo has been gaining popularity with consumers, overtaking major banks like Bank of America and Wells Fargo. This is due to the rise in competition from other companies looking at pieces within banking franchises as well; this threat could prove very dangerous for these established institutions if it continues at its current rate or even speeds up more than expected!

The banks want you to believe that non-bank companies are getting away with regulatory arbitrage, by avoiding some of the requirements faced by traditional financial institutions. One example mentioned in Jamie Dimon’s shareholder letter was regarding credit card swipe fees – while they can collect higher income due to legal caps on these types of charges imposed upon merchants who accept cards as payment methods; there’s no such restriction when it comes down paying out loans or providing investment advice!

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The banks are trying to keep their unfair privilege by paying high fees for compliance. Fintechs point out that this system allows them with limitations, which is why they’re fighting against it and want access like any other bank does. If passed, this bill would cause a disturbance in the financial industry by giving companies access to low-cost payments systems they normally must go through banks for. This could lead to Lost business and opening another frontier of direct competition with banks who are heavily lobbied against it because if these Fintechs were given Fed Accounts there’d be less strict regulations on them which might result in safer practices or even worse things happening like money laundering schemes!

The battle between traditional banking and fintech is heating up. Faced with the rise of new technology, banks are changing how they do business to stay competitive by joining trade groups like Financial Technology Association or lobbying agencies that focus on Treasury Department concerns such as stable coins if Congress doesn’t act first. We’ll keep you posted!

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