The start of Australia’s open banking regime has been pushed from February to July – giving the banks extra time to get ready for the data sharing scheme.

In episode one of Which-50’s Minicast series Joseph Brookes explains why ACCC has extended the deadlines – and why it was predictable. Catch up on all Which-50’s open banking coverage here. 

Our minicast series will publish each Tuesday and focus on a key news event. 

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