In an upbeat interview with CNBC’s Squawk Box, Richard Fisher, who’s the former Dallas Federal Reserve President and CEO and a current member of the Beneficient Company Group’s Board of Directors, discusses the impact of new, bipartisan legislation in Kansas. Called the Technology-Enabled Fiduciary Financial Institutions (TEFFI) Act, this ground-breaking law promotes technology as the key to enhancing trust, custody, and liquidity services and has the potential to transform Kansas into a national hub for alternative assets.
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