On Thursday 26th November 2020, the Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE) hosted our November Consumer Forum examining Money Advice. The conversation covered what challenges exist within this important sector, and how open banking can help. We welcomed experts from the Money and Pensions Service, StepChange Debt Charity, Fair Finance and Experian, who shared their experience and insights as part of an impactful conversation focussed on maximising the outcomes for the people who use these vital services.
The speakers were:
Vanessa Northam, Head of Strategic Relationships, StepChange
Daniel Kelly, Coordination & Engagement Manager, Money and Pension Service
Muna Yassin, Managing Director, Fair Money Advice
Rob Haslingden, Head of Propositions and Product Marketing, Credit Services, Experian UK&I
If you missed the session, you can watch it below:
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