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NCUA left out of fintech discussions with the Fed.

The NCUA has been barred from participating in an interagency fintech discussion forum—a decision that has kept the agency from exchanging vital information with other regulators, the GAO said in a new report.

In reviewing the regulatory framework that fintech firms must follow, the GAO found that the NCUA was kept out of an Interagency Fintech Discussion Forum and the Interagency on Marketplace Lending—two groups that share information about the emerging fintech industry.

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