A nonbank is a financial institution that does not have a banking license or is not subject to banking regulations. Nonbanks provide financial services, such as loans, payments, and investments, but are not subject to the same oversight and regulations as banks. Examples of nonbanks include money services businesses (MSB), payment service providers (PSP), peer-to-peer lenders, crowdfunding platforms.

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