This innovator tilted at the bureaucratic windmill, and had the same results as Don Quixote.

The U.S. financial system and the way it’s regulated, are fast moving to obsolescence. And the government is unwilling and unable to adopt the technologies to modernize them. That’s according to my next guest. He spent more than three years trying, as the first chief innovation officer at the FDIC. Sultan Meghji left the agency last month, and joined the Federal Drive with why.