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Special Policy Conference: Open Banking in Canada: The Time is Now

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Nov
15
Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 08:30 to 16:15
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Toronto ON, C.D. Howe Institute, 67 Yonge Street, Suite 300
  • Special Policy Conference: Open Banking in Canada: The Time is Now

C.D. Howe Institute events are open to members and their guests. Members can register online by signing in here, or contacting cdhoweevents@cdhowe.org.

 Member $250 |  Guest $500 |  Table of 6 $1,500

To ​​​purchase ​​​a ​​​table ​​​of ​​​6 ​​​($1,500), ​​​please ​​​contact ​​​Jacquelin ​​​at ​​​jwong@cdhowe.org 

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Conference Agenda

Session I – Open Banking: What is it, and where does Canada stand? An introduction to the concept of open banking and an in-depth discussion on how open banking could impact Canada's financial services sector. 

Session II – What challenges prevent open banking's development? A deep dive into the challenges of open banking beyond security and privacy, and a discussion about accountability and the risks for all stakeholders involved. 

Session III – Open Banking: The International Experience  What can Canada learn from other jurisdictions? What can we emulate or change based on theirexperiences?

Luncheon Panel: The International Perspective A panel of international experts will discuss the adoption of open banking in other jurisdictions and outline what Canada can emulate or change from their experiences. 

Session IV – Data: Who owns it and how is it changing the landscape? Who owns the data - the consumer or the financial institution? The answer to this question may determine the future of competition in the financial services sector. 

Session V – The Regulatory Landscape A conversation about where Third Party Providers (TPPs) would fit into Canada's regulatory landscape, including the regulations needed to approve TPPs, and to ensure consumer safety in an open banking environment.

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