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Introduction When it comes to the banking sector, digitization is taking over rapidly. One significant development was made in this regard in early 2018 through the concept of ‘Open Banking’ which essentially enabled mainstream financial institutions, non-bank financial institutions, and other third-party service providers to get access to sensitive customer data through details of their […]
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