Sarah Court

Fintechs and banks can now apply for accreditation as a data recipient within Australia’s Consumer Data Right (CDR) regime following the launch of the underlying IT infrastructure that enables the data sharing environment.  ACCC’s Consumer Data Right Register and Accreditation Application Platform (RAAP) is now live, ahead of the July

Australia’s competition and privacy regulators today released their compliance and enforcement policy for the upcoming Consumer Data Right, opting for a “strategic risk-based” approach that will be updated regularly. In a joint announcement, the ACCC and the Office of The Australian Information Commissioner revealed it will have the right to

Smaller financial institutions have been granted a three month extension to prepare for their role in Australia’s open banking regime but the July 1st start date remains in place for the major pillars of the launch of the Consumer Data Right (CDR).  Following consultation with stakeholders, the ACCC has extended

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The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) will sit at the centre of the Consumer Data Right (CDR) regime when it arrives in the energy sector, enabling the data access to let consumers more easily compare and switch providers. CDR is a competition and consumer reform which gives Australians greater access