523. Insights: Open Finance - who will fund it?
Sarah Kocianski is joined by some great guests to revisit Open Finance, drawing on the FCA’s feedback from their call for input. How can we maximise the potential of Open Finance and most importantly: who is going to pay for this?
Our expert host, Sarah Kocianski, is joined by some great guests to talk about Open Finance. Earlier this year we produced an After Dark event which focussed on Open Finance, but since then the FCA have released the feedback they got from the industry from the call for input that they issued in December 2019. We have now gathered some of the greatest minds in the industry to discuss the outcome of that, talk about the concerns the FCA identified, but also how we maximise the potential . All of this and much more on today's episode.
This week's guests include:
- Alan Ainsworth, Head of Policy, Legal and External Communications at the Open Banking Implementation Entity
- Sam Oakley, Head of marketing at Bud
- Andria Evripidou, Public Policy and Compliance Lead at Yapily
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Special Guests: Alan Ainsworth, Andria Evripidou, and Sam Oakley.