WEBINAR: Brazil at the Forefront of Open Banking
With the best information on their borrowers, banks are crucial in supporting other markets, namely bond and stock markets, where investors are not privy to informational advantages. The same is true for direct electronic lending – or open banking.
For several reasons, including a history of inflation, Brazilian banks not only have informational advantages, but also have developed systems where transaction clearance is quick and seamless. Add to this the recent creation of positive credit histories for borrowers and the result is Brazil moving to the forefront of open banking.
Our webinar brought together specialists on the vanguard of developments in open banking.
John H. Welch, CEO & Founder, Research for Emerging Markets (REM, Inc.), and Adjunct Professor, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie
Raquel Ferrari, Manager, Banco do Brasil (View Presentation)
João André C. M. Pereira, Head of the Financial System Regulation Department (Denor), Banco Central do Brasil (View Presentation)
Gustavo Tayar, Partner, McKinsey and Company
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