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6 questions about becoming an ADR

With Tony Thrassis, CIO of Frollo, the first FinTech ADR in Australia. Last week the ACCC announced the launch of the Consumer Data Right Register and Accreditation Application Platform (RAAP). Among other things, this will serve as the platform to lodge applications to become an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR). As the process to become an

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Making the most of Open Banking – webinar

Frollo CEO & Founder Gareth Gumbley and CIO Tony Thrassis were asked by Grant Thornton to present a webinar on Open Banking. They talked about our learnings in becoming the first FinTech ADR in Australia, our framework to comply, compete & innovate and their views on the future of Open Banking. Making the most of

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NEW: Open Banking Product Data API Services for Banks

We’re excited to announce the launch of a new solution we’re offering to help Data Holders comply with Open Banking regulations: Product Reference Data API portal, or PRD portal for short. The first milestone for Data Holders on the Open Banking journey is to be able to publish a list of products that are currently

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Webinar: Get ready for Open Banking – Insights, innovation & compliance

Join our CEO, Gareth Gumbley, and our CIO, Tony Thrassis, as we share our insights on Open Banking in Australia. Frollo is one of only a small number of FinTechs currently testing the Australian Open Banking ecosystem. We have been working with all the big four banks and the ACCC to validate and test that

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Open Banking is coming (and it’s something to feel good about)

Words by Gareth Gumbley, Founder & CEO, Frollo In the lead-up to the launch of Open Banking in Australia later this year, there’s been a spate of warnings in recent months about protecting your accounts from unauthorised access. Behind it all are changes to Consumer Data Rights (CDR) legislation that are designed to shift the

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