Month: September 2015

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FDATA Director to sit on HMT’s Open Banking Working Group

Andy Maciver, FDATA’s Director, has been invited to be a member of the Steering Committee of the Open Banking Working Group (OBWG).

The OBWG has been formed to build upon the UK Government’s call for evidence on data sharing and open data in banking, and has a remit to deliver a framework for an open API by the end of 2015.

Andy Maciver said:

“I’m delighted to have been asked to sit on this vital group. The Steering Committee will help to shape an open API, which could be a step on the journey to making the UK a world-leader in financial data aggregation.

“FDATA’s members exist as a result of huge consumer demand to be in more control of their financial data in order that they can make better financial decisions. A well thought out and implemented open API can play a big part in providing the environment for innovation to benefit consumers, and I’m pleased to be able to play my part.”



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FDATA confirmed as media partner for the region’s leading online lending event

LendIt, the largest conference series dedicated to connecting the global online lending community, is returning to London on October 20-21, 2015.

The Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA), the industry body for financial technology (fintech) companies which give consumers more control over their financial data, has today confirmed their participation at LendIt Europe 2015 as a media partner.

The UK is the birthplace of peer to peer lending, and LendIt Europe welcomes the addition of FDATA as a media partner.

About LendIt Europe

LendIt Europe is Europe’s largest annual gathering of the online lending community. Taking place at the Hilton London Metropole on October 20-21, this is where all the industry’s major players come to learn, network, and do business.

Last year’s inaugural event was a one-day event that attracted almost 500 attendees. This year we are expanding to two days and we expect 750 to 1,000 attendees.

Save 15% with FDATA – simply enter the VIP code FDATAVIP when registering online at


The Financial Data and Technology Association was formed in 2014 to represent financial account aggregators and pave the way for them to put more customers in control of their financial data. To learn more, visit

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