The Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA) and Open Future World have collaborated on a partnership to promote open finance around the world.
FDATA and Open Future World will work to create new opportunities for fintechs, banks and policymakers to share best practice and push forward the evolution of open finance.
“FDATA is thrilled to be deepening our existing relationship with Open Future World,” said Richard Prior, chief executive of FDATA Global.
“As a global members’ organisation leading the campaign for open finance in multiple jurisdictions, there is a natural synergy between FDATA and the rich, comprehensive content surfaced and curated by Open Future World. We look forward to a bright horizon of collaboration between our two organizations.”
FDATA is a not-for-profit trade association which represents fintechs operating in open banking and open finance. Meanwhile, Open Future World is the largest global source of information on progress in open finance.
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“We’re delighted to be strengthening our relationship with FDATA,” said Marie Walker, co-founder of Open Future World.
“Open finance is an exciting movement that has the potential to transform financial wellbeing. If there’s one thing we’ve learnt over the past years, it’s how open collaboration can be a win-win for everyone involved.”
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