When framing their positions in the debate over an optional federal charter for insurers, both proponents and opponents of the idea make pains to emphasize protection of the consumer.
Yet, Jonathan Steiman, analyst, financial services technology for the New York office of London-based Datamonitor, contends that in the case of OFC opponents, concern for the consumer takes a back seat to maintaining the status quo.
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