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A Close Look at Open Banking and the Role of Data Aggregators, with Special Guests Julian Alcazar, Payments Specialist, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, and Adam Maarec, Senior Director and Associate General Counsel, Capital One

September 29, 2022
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After reviewing the roles of data aggregators and other key players in the data aggregation market, we discuss the implications of the transition from screen scraping to application programming interfaces (API), how aggregators can enhance consumer financial services, and the risks associated with data aggregators. We also discuss the CFPB’s Section 1033 rulemaking on providing data access to consumers, including the expected timetable and issues the CFPB is likely to address in its proposed rule, and potential larger participant rulemaking for aggregators.

Alan Kaplinsky, Ballard Spahr Senior Counsel, hosts the conversation.

Read the article "Data Aggregators: The Connective Tissue for Open Banking" here. 

View the recording transcript here. 

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