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Frollo & Beyond Bank partner to deliver Open Banking customer experience

Beyond Bank Australia will use Frollo’s CDR Gateway to collect and use Open Banking data We’re excited to announce we’re partnering with customer-owned bank, Beyond Bank, to use Open Banking to deliver better customer outcomes. They will use our CDR Gateway to improve multi-banking and lending experiences. This announcement follows Beyond Bank’s accreditation as one

AFG and Frollo join forces to improve mortgage lending with Open Banking

AFG will leverage Frollo’s platform to help brokers and their customers benefit from Open Banking We’re excited to announce that we’ve signed AFG as a client for our Open Banking platform. As one of the most experienced Accredited Data Recipients (ADR) in Australia, we will also support AFG in becoming an ADR themselves and deploy

Tony Carn (NextGen.Net) about the State of Open Banking

The expectation of customers to have a lender or a broker who can tap into Open Banking data is really high and growing rapidly. Tony Carn, Chief Customer Officer (NextGen.Net) NextGen.Net is Australia’s leading technology solution provider to the lending industry, with more than 50 lenders using their electronic lodgement and loan processing platform, ApplyOnline.

John Sanger (AFG) about the State of Open Banking

We view Open Banking as a transformational enabler for future customer experiences and products that may change the way consumers borrow, save and manage their finances. John Sanger, Chief Operating Officer (AFG) Australian Finance Group Ltd (ASX:AFG) is one of Australia’s largest mortgage broking groups with more than 3,000 brokers in its network nationwide. AFG

Nick Malham (BOQ) about the State of Open Banking

“We’re excited about joining the ecosystem and delivering innovative and transparent Open Banking- enabled propositions to our customers.” Nick Malham, Head of innovation & Fintech partnerships (BOQ) BOQ Group is one of Australia’s largest retail banks, with companies like Virgin Money Australia and ME Bank as part of their suite of brands. In early 2021,

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