What Sutton’s Law Means For Open Banking

Bank robber Willie Sutton (1901-1980) did reasonably well making off with an estimated $2 million in illegal earnings throughout his career. He was a rash and resourceful robber who used disguises and trickery to achieve his ends. This included dressing as a policeman, window washer, maintenance man, bank guard, mover, Western Union messenger, and striped-pants diplomat.

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