Today at the 2023 Bank On National Conference, keynote addresses by Federal Deposit Insurance (FDIC) Corporation Chairman Martin J. Gruenberg and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency’s (OCC’s) Acting Comptroller Michael J. Hsu – two of the nation’s top federal banking regulatory agencies – highlighted Bank On movement progress. There are now over 375 Bank On nationally certified accounts, offered by banks and credit unions representing over 60% of the domestic deposit market; more than half (53%) of all US bank branches offer a Bank On certified account. Federal and state agencies from the FDIC to the Internal Revenue Service to state Departments of Labor are pointing consumers to Bank On accounts to receive payments, as are local programs across the country. There are 100 local Bank On coalitions working to advance this national movement, including an increasing number of statewide coalitions. Check out the Conference agenda here.