The Nigerian central bank recently said it had issued operational guidelines for open banking in Nigeria which are expected to enhance efficiency and access to financial services. According to the central bank, some of the guidelines’ objectives include ensuring “consistency and security across the open banking system.”
Customer Permissioned Data Sharing
The Central Bank of Nigeria said on March 7 that it had issued what it called the operational guidelines for open banking in Nigeria. According to the central bank, the guidelines are expected to foster the “sharing of customer-permissioned data between banks and third-party firms to enable the building of customer-focused products and services.” The guidelines are expected to enhance efficiency and access to financial services.
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