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Open Banking and Open Finance: What Role – And Benefits – For Governments?
Open banking – which aims to boost competition by enabling third parties, such as fintech companies, to use customers’ financial data (with their permission) to develop new apps and services – is ‘set to become globally ubiquitous’, according to a recent report (June 2021). Open finance is the extension of open banking data-sharing principles across a far broader set of financial fields. Governments worldwide are encouraging its development but rolling it out at different speed and in different ways, while also themselves – at least in the case of the UK – exploring the use of Open Banking to improve the delivery of public services. This webinar will explore: what progress has been made to deliver Open Banking and Open Finance across the world? What role should and could government have to drive implementation? How can governments themselves benefit, in terms of delivering citizen services? Should – and how – can governments move faster?

Panel:
• Diogo José Sousa da Silva, Head Of Division, Central Bank of Brazil
• Jessica Robinson, Assistant Secretary, CDP Policy and Engagement, Treasury, Australia
• Nick Down, Head of Payments, HM Revenue and Customs, United Kingdom
• Michelle Bello, Open Banking Initiative Canada
• Valentina Ion, ​Director Strategy Public Finance Industry, Microsoft
• Webinar chair: Ian Hall, Editor, Global Government Fintech

Mar 15, 2022 12:30 PM in London

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