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Presentations on Data Flows in Finance

Dates:
  • Tue 26 Jan 2021 11.00 - 12.15
  Add to Calendar 2021-01-26 11:00 2021-01-26 12:15 Europe/Paris Presentations on Data Flows in Finance

 presentations by

Tommaso Fia (Ph.D. Researcher, Department of Law, EUI)

Nikita Divissenko (Ph.D. Researcher, Department of Law, EUI)

Martina Ferracane (Max Weber Fellow, RSCAS, EUI)­

Chair: Theodora Kostoula (Department of Law, EUI)

Tuesday 26 January 11:00 – 12:15 CET, via Zoom

Abstracts

1. Data access in EU law: taxonomising access domains, degrees of access, and access approaches by Tommaso Fia

Data access is a diverse reality whose features depend on how access opportunities are distributed. The latter are established in several data access regimes of EU law which apply to specific kinds of information or govern specific industries. This presentation will cast light on the common features of the access regimes by proposing a taxonomy that centres on who can access data. In particular, the analysis will delineate the conceptual frameworks of access domains (public or private), degrees of access (open, closed, or differential), and access approaches (open data, joint access, mandatory access, and data portability). Ultimately, it will put these notions into practice by illustrating the ‘access-to-account’ rule which is set out by the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).

2. From open banking to open finance: a consumer-centric perspective on business-to-business data sharing in the EU by Nikita Divissenko

This presentation will introduce the risks, costs and benefits of personal data sharing in digital financial services. It will examine the build-up of the existing legal framework for business-to-business personal data sharing ('open banking' under the PSD2) and discuss the potential challenges of the proposed framework ('a common financial data space' under the European Data Strategy).

3. Restrictions on data flows in the financial sector by Martina Ferracane

This presentation will delve into the topic of restrictions on data flows and their impact on the financial sector. It will present mechanisms in place that are intended to facilitate transfers of data in the financial sector, including multilateral and plurilateral trade commitments.

All interested fellows, Ph.D. researchers, professors and visiting academics are invited to participate.

To register for the event, please send an e-mail by the 25th of January 2021 to [email protected]. The zoom link will be shared with registered participants prior to the event.

For more information about the Finance, Innovation and Regulation Working Group please follow this link.

For more information about the INFOSOC Working Group please follow this link.

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 presentations by

Tommaso Fia (Ph.D. Researcher, Department of Law, EUI)

Nikita Divissenko (Ph.D. Researcher, Department of Law, EUI)

Martina Ferracane (Max Weber Fellow, RSCAS, EUI)­

Chair: Theodora Kostoula (Department of Law, EUI)

Tuesday 26 January 11:00 – 12:15 CET, via Zoom

Abstracts

1. Data access in EU law: taxonomising access domains, degrees of access, and access approaches by Tommaso Fia

Data access is a diverse reality whose features depend on how access opportunities are distributed. The latter are established in several data access regimes of EU law which apply to specific kinds of information or govern specific industries. This presentation will cast light on the common features of the access regimes by proposing a taxonomy that centres on who can access data. In particular, the analysis will delineate the conceptual frameworks of access domains (public or private), degrees of access (open, closed, or differential), and access approaches (open data, joint access, mandatory access, and data portability). Ultimately, it will put these notions into practice by illustrating the ‘access-to-account’ rule which is set out by the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2).

2. From open banking to open finance: a consumer-centric perspective on business-to-business data sharing in the EU by Nikita Divissenko

This presentation will introduce the risks, costs and benefits of personal data sharing in digital financial services. It will examine the build-up of the existing legal framework for business-to-business personal data sharing ('open banking' under the PSD2) and discuss the potential challenges of the proposed framework ('a common financial data space' under the European Data Strategy).

3. Restrictions on data flows in the financial sector by Martina Ferracane

This presentation will delve into the topic of restrictions on data flows and their impact on the financial sector. It will present mechanisms in place that are intended to facilitate transfers of data in the financial sector, including multilateral and plurilateral trade commitments.

All interested fellows, Ph.D. researchers, professors and visiting academics are invited to participate.

To register for the event, please send an e-mail by the 25th of January 2021 to [email protected]. The zoom link will be shared with registered participants prior to the event.

For more information about the Finance, Innovation and Regulation Working Group please follow this link.

For more information about the INFOSOC Working Group please follow this link.


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