Open Banking Fintech MX Appoints Jane Barratt as Chief Advocacy Officer, Head of Global Public Policy

MX Technologies, Inc., an Open Finance service provider, announced it has named Jane Barratt as its Chief Advocacy Officer and Head of Global Public Policy.

She brings more than 25 years of experience working “with financial institutions, technology and Fortune 500 companies, policymakers, and regulators, to drive business growth, increase the pace of innovation, and improve financial outcomes.”

Barratt will oversee “the company’s advocacy and global public policy efforts reporting to MX Chief Executive Officer Jim Magats.”

Jim Magats, CEO, MX, said:

“Jane Barratt is a leading voice in the financial industry and a long-time advocate for harnessing the power of financial data to improve consumer and business outcomes. Her voice and experience are critical in shaping the future of MX and the financial industry with the ecosystem of policymakers, regulators, industry groups, our clients, and partners. As Chief Advocacy Officer and Head of Global Public Policy, Jane will continue to advocate for an open finance ecosystem that empowers consumers and businesses alike — laying the groundwork for the next chapter of financial services innovation in the United States, Canada, and globally.”

Most recently, Barratt served “as Chief Commercial Officer, Financial Institutions at MX, where she was responsible for the company’s relationships with financial institution clients, connectivity partners, and prospects.”

In this role, she was responsible “for collaborating with financial institutions, regulatory bodies, and industry groups to promote better financial outcomes for financial institutions and consumers through secure access to their financial data.”

Prior to joining MX, Barratt was the CEO of GoldBean, “an education-first financial advisory platform.”

She also spent more than two decades “driving growth for Fortune 500 companies in financial services, fintech, and technology.” Barratt is “a long-time investor and champion for financial strength.”

Through her financial education course on LinkedIn Learning, she “has helped hundreds of thousands of people improve their financial skills through online video courses.”

MX Technologies, Inc., an Open Finance service provider, “helps financial institutions, fintechs, and their consumers understand and do more with financial data.”

With MX, organizations can reliably “connect and verify account and transaction data and surface insights to uncover revenue opportunities, better serve consumers, and grow their business.”

MX explains that it “helps deliver personalized money experiences that improve consumer engagement and outcomes.”

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