FCA consults on extending open banking to insurance sector (3/10)

“The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a consultation exploring the opportunities and risks of extending open banking to other sectors such as insurance.

Called “open finance”, it would enable customers who consent to a third party provider accessing their financial data to be offered tailored products and services.”

Source: Health Insurance and Protection

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