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Event Date Fri Dec 3 UTC (6 days ago)
In your timezone (EST): Fri Dec 3 4:30am - Fri Dec 3 8:00am
Location Virtual Event
Region All

Please consider joining BPI and TCH’s virtual symposium on the future of consumer financial data access. The program will bring together leading policy and technical experts from the regulatory agencies, financial institutions, data aggregators, FinTechs and think tanks for a candid discussion around implementing Section 1033 of the Dodd-Frank Act. Discussion panels will cover topics such as lessons learned from open banking in the United Kingdom and European Union, the transition from screen scraping to Application Programming Interfaces (API), processes for consumer informed consent and the role for policymakers and regulators going forward.


2021 Speakers

Greg Baer
President and CEO, Bank Policy Institute

Kelvin Chen
Vice President, Capital One

Tom Devlin
Managing Counsel, Office of Regulations, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Kevin Greenfield
Deputy Comptroller Operations Risk Division, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

Linda Jeng
Global Head of Policy & Special Counsel, Transparent Financial Systems

John Pitts
Policy Leads, Plaid

Ryan Christiansen
SVP, Data Access, Finicity

Stuart Rubinstein
Chief Executive Officer, Akoya

Natalie Talpas
Senior Vice President, PNC

Matthew Wilcox
President, Digital Payments and Data Aggregation, Fiserv

Jane Barratt
Chief Advocacy Officer,

Kelly Thompson Cochran
Deputy Director, FinRegLab

Paul LaRusso
Managing Director, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

James Aramanda
President and CEO, The Clearing House


Paige Paridon
Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel, BPI

Blaise Pierre-Louis
Student, Essec Business School

Ben Isaacson
SVP. Product Strategy, The Clearing House