Open Banking is a Means to an End
Open banking will fail to transform the industry in the manner it's designed for. I see it as being a trojan horse.
PSD2 (a European regulation for electronic payment services) and GDPR (Europe’s new data privacy and security law) are set to converge with the ultimate goal of giving individuals the ability to own and manage their data. Organizations will require the consumer's consent to access their data and provide details as to what the data will be used for:
- Individual credit model based on purchase data
- Personalization of commerce based on life events, brand loyalty, etc.
- Pre-approved loan based on 'intent'
The Business of Banking
The business model of global banks is in a transition from the current form of being "holder of money" to provider of "payment rails". Currently, banks have limited consumer data, the bulk of it resides across industries (search engines, social media platforms, retailers, airlines, pharmaceutical, etc.).
Select few global banks have begun taking action of this impending change.
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