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JPMorgan has signed a deal with technology firm Plaid for customer data sharing and it represents a big development for how the largest US bank thinks about fintech





JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon.

  • JPMorgan signed an agreement with financial technology company Plaid that will give its customers better control over their personal data.
  • Plaid connects bank accounts with fintech apps like Robinhood, Venmo and Acorns.
  • The deal marks an important development in how JPMorgan is thinking about fintech companies and the financial data they touch.

JPMorgan on Monday signed an agreement with Plaid, a technology company that connects bank accounts with fintech apps like Robinhood, Venmo, and Acorns, that will give its customers better control over their personal data.

Plaid will access JPMorgan’s customer data through a secure application programming interface or API, read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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