Fresh from its scathing criticism of the banking sector, the European Central Bank (ECB) has left its post as an observer within a Brussels-based working group tackling issues around third-party account access.
Sources familiar with discussions said the ECB had decided its role was no longer justified because discussions within meetings of the Application Programming Interface (API) Evaluation Group were not advancing as expected.
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