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Monoova and Fintech TrueLayer to Introduce Data-enabled Payments in Australia via the Consumer Data Right

Monoova, a B2B payments solutions provider, and TrueLayer, a key player in open banking, are teaming up to harness financial and identity insights using Australia’s Consumer Data Right (CDR) “for smarter, faster, data-enabled payments in the Australian market.” The benefits of the combination of CDR… Read More

Fintech Super App Douugh Partners with TrueLayer to Support Open Banking Data in Australia

Douugh Ltd (ASX: DOU), the banking super app on a mission to help clients “autonomously budget, save and invest their money to live financially healthier lives,” is pleased to confirm a partnership with TrueLayer in order to access Open Banking data in Australia. Open Banking… Read More

Australia’s Payment Platform Payble Completes Fastest Accreditation Readiness with Adatree

Australia’s first accredited and active intermediary of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) Adatree has shown the key capabilities of its SaaS tech solutions by assisting flexible payment platform Payble with accelerating its initial Accredited Data Recipient (ADR) journey to only four weeks. This has set… Read More

Fintech Australia Chair Simone Joyce Says Banks are “Risk Averse,” Suggests that Better Policies Are Needed to Support Fintechs

Rebecca Schot-Guppy, CEO at FinTech Australia, says that her organization thinks that Australia is on the right path in terms of financial technology adoption and its overall approach to developing its economy. Rebecca, whose comments came during the Select Committee on Financial Technology and Regulatory… Read More

Open Banking: Australian Financial Institutions Plan to Fully Support Responsible Customer Data-Sharing Practices by Nov 2022

The introduction of Australia’s Consumer Data Right (CDR) laws on July 1, 2020 marked the initial phase of Open Banking in the country, which may improve the services offered by the local banking sector. More than 6 months into CDR and Open Banking in Australia… Read More

UK Fintechs Can Establish Stronger Market Presence if they Adopt Better Open Banking Policies, According to Ian Liddell-Grainger

Ian Liddell-Grainger, who’s Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Open Banking and Payments in the UK, notes that Britain’s financial technology industry has been expanding rapidly with emerging Fintechs such as Monzo, Starling, Revolut and TransferWise. Ian points out that these companies are turning… Read More

Open Banking: Customers of Australia’s Big Four Banks Now Able to Effectively Share Financial Data with Home Loan Providers

Customers of Australia’s four major banks (which includes the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Westpac Banking Corporation, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, and National Australia Bank) are now able to share their home loan and mortgage offset data with accredited or approved recipients. This option… Read More

Open Banking: Australia’s IMB Bank Launches New Platform for Sharing Data on Deposits, Transaction Accounts

Australia based IMB Bank will be introducing Open Banking services. The mutual bank confirmed on October 5, 2020, that it would provide a new banking platform that can share certain financial data through an API integration. The NSW-headquartered building society IMB Bank noted that, during… Read More

Consumer Data Right Legislation Should Make it Easier to Compare Fintech Products, According to Australian Government Official

The Consumer Data Right (CDR) legislation in Australia has been introduced to enhance the nation’s modern banking sector. It’s also supposed to make it easier to match or compare different financial products across a range of industries in the country, according to Senator Jane Hume,… Read More

Tide Foundation Co-Founders Yuval Hertzog & Issac Elnekave Address Privacy Profitability, Marketplaces and Mass Blockchain Adoption

Tide Foundation just launched a data marketplace aimed at making privacy profitable. Tide’s blockchain protocol seeks to address costly GDPR compliance, compensation and data accuracy issues to drive a new consensual data economy. “While we all deserve a human right to privacy, we’re witnessing the disastrous results of… Read More

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