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Brazil’s Open Banking Regulation: How are non-bank financing solutions opening up the local markets for new lenders?

Broadcast on Dec 3, 2020 from Livestream: Bonds & Loans Latin America 2020 - Virtual Conference

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Subscribe for access:

  • Understanding the Open Banking timeline: How prepared are financial institutions to report on data sharing? Will all data sharing tools be integrated by November 2021?
  • Will increased regulation for challenger banks and start-up payment platforms level the playing field between fintech alternatives and traditional bank products?
  • What opportunities are available for new digital lending and payment platforms in this data-sharing environment?
  • What impact will faster payments and introduction of the Central Bank’s Digital Currency (CBDC) in 2022 have on competition in the banking sector?
Latin America

Speaker

Edson Bastos

Edson Bastos

Deputy Secretary for Microeconomic Policy and Infrastructure Finance

Ministry of the Economy, Brazil

Edson Bastos

Edson Bastos

Deputy Secretary for Microeconomic Policy and Infrastructure Finance at Ministry of the Economy, Brazil

Ministry of the Economy, Brazil