Getting an auto loan used to be a cumbersome process. A borrower would typically need to provide all of the credit details to a service that would then pull a credit score and verify income to gain a picture of the client's creditworthiness. Now, using the open banking framework, auto loan providers can directly access a client's banking information just through them agreeing to share the data. With no extra work involved, the lender can decide based on AI algorithms on the applicant's creditworthiness. A more in depth look at this use case can be found on our blog.