FDATA COMMENDS CMA FOR FURTHER PROGRESS TOWARDS OPEN BANKING
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FDATA COMMENDS CMA FOR FURTHER PROGRESS TOWARDS OPEN BANKING

Fintech’s trade body welcomes end of redaction and committment to direct representation   The Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA) has today welcomed the Competition and Markets Authority’s Final Report of its Retail Banking Market Investigation.   FDATA’s members provide innovative financial applications and services to empower customers to make better decisions and take fuller control of…

FDATA responds to CMA’s retail banking market investigation
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FDATA responds to CMA’s retail banking market investigation

The Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA) has today responded to the CMA’s provisional decision on remedies, the penultimate stage of its retail banking market investigation. FDATA’s full response can be read here. Commenting, FDATA’s Executive Director Andy Maciver said: “FDATA has given a broad and strong endorsement to the CMA for its provisional remedies….

ANOTHER NEW MEMBER FOR FDATA
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ANOTHER NEW MEMBER FOR FDATA

The Financial Data and Technology Association has welcomed another new member. people.io – a fintech which puts consumers in control and allows them to earn credits by sharing their data – is led by Nic Oliver and joined FDATA earlier this month. Commenting, FDATA’s Executive Director Andy Maciver said: “It’s great to welcome another new start-up to…

FDATA WELCOMES CREDIT KUDOS AS NEWEST MEMBER
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FDATA WELCOMES CREDIT KUDOS AS NEWEST MEMBER

Credit Kudos, a credit scoring platform that puts the consumer at the helm of the credit profile, has joined the Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA). The fintech startup, headed by Freddy Kelly and Matt Schofield, uses consumer transaction data to build highly accurate and transparent credit score-cards and affordability metrics. Freddy Kelly presented his company’s model…

FDATA at Conservative Party Conference
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FDATA at Conservative Party Conference

The Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA) organised a debate at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester yesterday, Monday 5th October. The debate, entitled APIs: The Future of finance and what fintech means for consumers and small businesses and hosted at TechCentral, brought together: Harriet Baldwin MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury John Midgley, Head of…