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  • Apple, Other Tech Industry Leaders Launch Coalition

    Although the announcement largely went under the radar across the vast tech news space, technology industry leaders Amazon, Apple, Google, Intuit and PayPal today announced the formation of Financial Innovation Now.

    The coalition being formed, we're told, is designed to promote policies to help foster greater innovation in financial services.

    All told, Apple hasn't been exceedingly vocal about its role in this group. But the coalition itself and its leaders are ready to address the masses.

    "Innovation is coming to financial services, and now is the time for Washington to help enable a modern financial system that is more accessible, affordable, and secure," said Brian Peters, Executive Director of Financial Innovation Now. "This alliance of remarkably innovative companies brings a new voice to Washington's financial conversations, and we look forward to engaging on a wide range of opportunities. Whether it is protecting consumers, growing small businesses, or promoting financial literacy and savings, Financial Innovation Now wants policymakers to understand how new technologies can help solve today's policy challenges."

    Financial Innovation Now has already launched an official website, which you can check out here.

    Source: Financial Innovation Now
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple, Other Tech Industry Leaders Launch Coalition started by Michael Essany View original post