OPINION | Sharing financial data can help consumers save - if SA avoids other countries' mistakes

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When open finance is implemented in South Africa, it will promote financial inclusion and give more people access to safe and innovative products. But to achieve this, the regulator needs to act carefully and not make the same mistakes that other countries have made, says Jikku Joseph.

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