Can and Should Alberta Enact a Sub-National Open Banking Regime?
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Open banking is successfully operating and has proved beneficial in many countries, but Canada has not yet adopted it.
The concept of open banking, and the question of its proper application in the market while protecting consumer privacy, is one of the key evolving topics in Canadian financial markets.
This webinar will be an opportunity for participants to discuss the issues and opportunities relating to the potential adoption by Alberta of its own open banking regime at the provincial level. Dr. Ryan Clements, one of Canada’s leading legal experts on the intersection of technology and financial markets, will present a summary of his research paper “Can and Should Alberta Enact a Sub-National Open Banking Regime”.
Dr. Clements’ paper was recently published by the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy as part of a series of papers in the Alberta Financial Sector Partnership, looking at ideas for enhancing the robustness of Alberta’s financial industry. This webinar will include a Q&A session in which participants will have the opportunity to share thoughts and ask questions on the open banking topic.
Link to Research Paper: Can and Should Alberta Enact a Sub-National Open Banking Regime
- Ryan Clements, Chair, Business Law and Regulation, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary
- Introduction of Topic: Dr. Jack Mintz, President’s Fellow, the School of Public Policy, and Founder, School of Public Policy
- L. Daniel Wilson, Scientific Director, Financial Markets Regulation, School of Public Policy
March 9th, 2023
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. MST
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