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Tim Duncan

Founder/CEO at FinTechCommons.org
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Bio Founder and CEO of nonprofit FinTech Commons - we are focused on mission fintech. We are building a cooperative data and technology platform for nonprofit providers of financial counseling and services. Career History Tim has been a successful entrepreneur, executive and attorney in the fintech world.

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Inclusive FinTech

Automated Redlining in 2020 - Is Tech Systemically Biased?

04 Aug 2020

The Covid-19 health and economic crisis has expanded and accelerated our adoption of technology at a rate never seen before. We are finding ourselves in a place that might otherwise have taken years to get to and are just starting to become aware of the implications. The crisis is also showing us that while technology can move us forward in lea

Financial Inclusion

CARES Act: Support for Low Income Households

31 Mar 2020

The Coronavirus economic crisis is putting already financially distressed households in much greater distress. It als presents an enormous challenge for nonprofits and government agencies that must immediately transition from financial guidance to what is essentially complex disaster relief services at huge scale - while also having shut down thei...

Inclusive FinTech

Speed and Scale: The End and Beginning of Inclusive Finance

27 Feb 2020

The Private, Public and Impact Sectors Join Forces for AI for Good Close to 4,000 people are expected to attend the 2020 United Nations AI for Good Summit in Geneva. Senior executives from impact organizations and major companies and high-ranking government officials from around the world will gather in May to further the use of artificial intel...

Inclusive FinTech

FDIC Issues New Rule With Significant implications to Inclusive Fintech and Nonprofits

18 Dec 2019

Summary: Last week the FDIC announced that it was issuing a new rule that will modify two definitions in the regulations regarding deposits that are facilitated by third parties to banks and other insured depository institutions (“IDIs”). Given that the new OCC “Fintech Bank Charter” is dead in the water, this may be the most important developm...