Plaid's CEO says the buzzy fintech that Visa plans to buy for $5.3 billion wants to give customers control over access to the banking data that apps like Venmo and Robinhood rely on
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Zach Perret, CEO and cofounder of Plaid, said the startup wants to work with big banks to put controls in place around customers' data.

Perret, whose company is set to be acquired by Visa for $5.3 billion, told Business Insider the fintech has already worked with Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase. 

Consumers should have a toolkit that allows them to manage connectivity to their data with the bank, the apps they use, and potentially Plaid, he added. 

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