FDIC Chief Innovation Officer Sultan Meghji | Is the U.S. Throwing Away Global Financial Leadership?

In this interview, I sit down with Sultan Meghji, a seasoned entrepreneur and former Chief Innovation Officer at the FDIC. Sultan was the FDIC’s first ever Chief Innovation Officer and ended up leaving the position and penning an op ed in Bloomberg titled: Why I Quit as FDIC Innovation Chief: Technophobia. I talk with Sultan about the blockers he ran into at the FDIC and what he witnessed as the agency continuously jury-rigged 20th-century rules to cover 21st-century technology.

Get an inside look into Sultan’s journey from his background in finance to his innovative work at the FDIC, and gain valuable insights into his thoughts on the future of innovation, crypto, and global leadership in the financial sector.

Why I Quit as FDIC Innovation Chief: Technophobia: www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-02-22/i-quit-as-fdic-innovation-chief-because-of-regulators-technophobia

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