Analysis, Financial Stability, Regulation & Supervision

US open banking push throws up new risks

By John Hintze
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Supervisors are eyeing up the risks to financial stability as open banking practices become more commonplace in the US.

Open banking lets consumers easily share chosen banking data with third parties like apps and other financial service providers, promoting greater competition and innovation. However, supervisors warn ...

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