A survey by the Dutch central bank has revealed deep unwillingness of consumers in the Netherlands to grant third parties access to their account data, another thorn in the side of the country’s attempts to get open banking off the ground.
The survey, answered by more than 2,600 Dutch citizens, showed that just 11 percent of respondents would be willing to reveal their payment account information.
That figure included 20 percent who were willing to permit their own bank to provide an overview of their accounts and transactions. Only 6 percent would be happy to allow a non-bank third party access to the data.
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