We agree with portfolio company, Quovo, that the answer is undoubtedly - no! The growing number of consumers using personal financial management tools to better manage their money has caused banks to raise an brow regarding thier own security and server capacity. But as CEO Lowell Putnam mentions, aggregators and banks are partners, and can work together to lighten the server load and strengthen security. Quovo is leading the pack with less burdensome tech, taking into consideration that both sides are held accountable for data breaches. Banks would only loose from restricting these data aggregators from providing better insights to customers.