The Office of Consumer Policy leads the Treasury Department’s work to empower more Americans to create financially secure futures for themselves and for their families, with access to safe and affordable financial products and services and the right information and knowledge for making sound financial choices. It has two sub-offices.
This office produces policy analysis on developments in financial services including emerging products and services provided by banks and non-bank institutions, payments, credit, financial technology, and related topics. The office examines financial technology regulatory and policy issues, including privacy and data security. It also monitors developments in virtual currency and blockchain technology and is exploring how digital identity can enable financial inclusion and economic development while combating illicit finance.
This office provides leadership and policy development and analysis for empowering individual financial security and wealth building. Current topics include financial capability, saving and investing, access to consumer credit, innovation in financial services and student lending.
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