Update on Consumer Data Right for Banking

With the Consumer Data Right finding a new home under the Commonwealth Treasury this year, after being within the ACCC for its infancy, we are excited to have Jessica Robinson present at the LIXI Forum this year. Jessica has taken over responsibility for the CDR policy, engagement and governance teams.

This presentation will cover how far we’ve come with CDR, some of the current issues, and where the CDR is headed within the banking designation.

Of particular interest to the LIXI community, Jessica will address what CDR action initiation means for the ecosystem of participants in lending and some of the key issues ahead.

Session Time: Thursday the 11th of November from 11:30AM to 12:00PM AEDT.

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Date/Time Date(s) - 11/11/2021
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Jessica Robinson Jessica Robinson – Assistant Secretary Policy, Engagement and Governance Branch, Consumer Data Right Division, Treasury

Jessica joined the Consumer Data Right Division (CDR) in Treasury in December 2020 as the Division was being established. Jessica is responsible for the CDR policy, engagement and governance teams. Jessica is passionate about delivering good government policy outcomes.

With almost eighteen years of public service experience, she has worked across the Australian Government in various agencies including the Treasury, PM&C, the Attorney General’s Department and the Australian Communications and Media Authority leading complex policy and regulatory reforms in topics such as critical minerals and critical technologies, foreign investment, critical infrastructure and cyber policy, and has performed general counsel roles in two Royal Commissions.

She is lawyer by training and started her career in private legal practice. In this current role, Jessica is bringing her passion and enthusiasm to building a world-leading Consumer Data Right in partnership with other government agencies and the CDR community.