Resources RSS (opens in a new window)
Critical resources concerning open banking in Canada.
(File) Library of Parliament: Evidence from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve on Fintech Lending in the United States
The 2020 report from the Library of Parliament examines the role of fintech lending, in the context of a global pandemic and federal economic response plans, by analyzing the findings of a working paper published in April 2018 (pre-pandemic) by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
(File) C. D. Howe Institute: Open Banking in Canada – The Path to Implementation
With contributions from Senator Colin Deacon, authors Thorsten V. Koeppl and Jeremy Kronick lay out a framework to guide Canada’s upcoming open banking consultations, and explore the potential benefits and risks to consumers. The authors conclude that for open banking to become an unequivocal success, Canada will require a fundamental and extensive overhaul of its existing regulatory framework.