FCA's open finance call for input closes today

Last day to submit reviews

Sophie King
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Open finance would extend open banking principles to give customers more control over their financial data including savings, mortgages, investments and investments.
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Open finance would extend open banking principles to give customers more control over their financial data including savings, mortgages, investments and investments.

Today (17 March) is the last day to submit reviews to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regarding concerns on the implementation of open finance in the financial services sector.

In its call for input published in December 2019, the regulator asked for reviews to explore the risks arising from open finance in a bid to understand what is needed to ensure it develops in the b...

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