As its name suggests, California’s new Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (“DFPI”) isn’t just about protecting consumers—it also has an important mission to foster responsible innovation. What exactly is DFPI doing in that regard? In this webinar interview, DFPI Deputy Commissioner Christina Tetreault, head of the Office of Financial Technology Innovation, will share plans for the office, seek industry input, and answer questions from the audience. To facilitate an open discussion, Deputy Commissioner Tetreault has agreed to take the questions on an anonymous basis.
We encourage you to submit questions* in advance of the program that you would like Deputy Commissioner Tetreault to answer during the live webinar. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, July 23.
The session will be co-moderated by Jan Lynn Owen, a senior advisor in Manatt Financial Services and the former commissioner of the California Department of Business Oversight (now the DFPI) and Scott Pearson, a partner in Manatt Financial Services.
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About Christina Tetreault:
Christina Tetreault has been selected to build out and lead the DFPI Office of Financial Technology Innovation (OFTI). She will work with entrepreneurs, licensees, consumer advocates, and other stakeholders to encourage responsible financial innovation. The office will act as a resource to licensees, direct specialized market research, and identify emerging data trends to forecast potential risk and new strategic opportunities.
Christina joins the DFPI after most recently serving as Manager of Financial Policy for Consumer Reports (CR). Christina is an attorney whose expertise lies in emerging financial technologies and financial data. At CR, Christina was responsible for Consumer Reports’ day-to-day policy efforts to realize a fair and just financial services marketplace.
Christina is also a member of the Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The Committee provides the FDIC with advice and recommendations on important initiatives focused on expanding access to banking services by underserved populations.
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*Your questions will be kept anonymous and will not disclose any of your personal information, including your name, company name, job title, etc.
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