TrueLayer announces the appointment today of Jodi Ross to the position of Regulatory Lead in Australia.
In this role, Jodi will co-ordinate the regulatory engagement and compliance activities of TrueLayer in Australia with respect to the Consumer Data Right (CDR) and other obligations.
Jodi is a highly qualified lawyer with 20 years of experience in government and commercial practice. Most recently she held the position of Assistant Secretary – CDR Regulatory Frameworks in Commonwealth Treasury. Before that she contributed to the establishment of the Consumer Data Right, including the development of the CDR rules, at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Speaking about her decision to join TrueLayer, Jodi said: “Having spent the past 3+ years working on the development of the regulatory framework for the Consumer Data Right within government, I’m excited to join TrueLayer and contribute to the commercial rollout of CDR-enabled services to benefit Australian consumers and businesses.”
TrueLayer is bringing its global open banking expertise in data and payments into Australia to help local and international clients access CDR data in the right way.
Brenton Charnley, TrueLayer’s CEO of Australia & New Zealand, has welcomed Jodi into the role saying: “Jodi has in-depth knowledge of the CDR rules and unparalleled expertise in open banking policy and regulatory engagement. She’s a great addition to our team.”
TrueLayer, a global pioneer in open banking, was approved by the ACCC in September as an unrestricted Accredited Data Recipient under the CDR and launched its global Open Banking Platform in Australia. The TrueLayer Open Banking Platform is backed by proven, market-leading data and payments APIs that currently process more than half of all open banking traffic in the UK, Ireland and Spain.
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