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PSD2 open banking: Where do Risks and Liabilities sit?

PSD2 open banking kicks off in September 14 2019. But do we all understand the liabilities and the issues around this?

There are liabilities around ASPSPs supplying data and based on what checking? What liabilities do the checking services have to the ASPSPs?
TPPs have no contacts with ASPSPs, so what happens in the case of disputes with PSUs?

Where an API provider is involved, what liabilities do they have, what liabilities does a PISP/AISP provider have both in disputes and data breaches? Finally what if any liability does a PSU have?

Panel moderated by:
David Parker, Polymath Consulting

Panelists include:
Paul Meadowcroft, Konsentus
Kai Zhang, Associate Director, BCLP
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