Open Banking: A Canadian Lens explores how
Open Banking could transform Canada’s financial landscape
From the wider impact of open banking and APIs, to the unchartered waters of unlocking customer data, our top-level agenda will give you a first-look at how adopting Open Banking could change your business. Providing practical advice through panel discussions, incisive spotlights and pioneers from the UK, this event is for senior executives to discover how Open Banking could transform banking as you know it.
September 18, 2019 - Vantage Venues, 150 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1J9
REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING
THE FUTURE OF OPEN BANKING
Is Open Banking really going to change the financial landscape as we know it?
Open Banking is a reality and it is re-shaping the financial services industry right now! Europe is at the forefront, but Asia, the Middle East and Latin America are also commited to regulatory regimes. Canada may be next. But is Open Banking really the stimulus to drive innovation and revenue success? Where are we headed and what does the future hold? Accenture’s Global Open Banking Lead will reveal his organisation’s latest report on Open Banking; including their vision for a thriving, open, digital future, and help you navigate where the best opportunities lie.
Open Banking – The next revolution?
As Open Banking gathers apace our retail banking experts will share their insight, predictions and first moves. During this session the audience will discover where Open Banking is heading for some of the leading banks, and what is next strategically. We will question the leaders on their approach taken so far and where they are looking to take Open Banking in the future. The importance of the customer focus, user experience and the learnings from initial pilots will be explored. This is an audience participation session, so get your questions ready for the panel!
Equifax Canada and its partner, Flinks, are setting the stage for transformation in Canada by helping clients embrace data sharing with a breakthrough solution and unparalleled connectivity to bank transaction data. Learn more about this partnership and hear how you can digitize your processes, improve user experience and reduce delinquency.
Chief Executive of Portag3 Ventures and Chairman of KOHO offers his insight into the challenges and opportunities presented by Open Banking in Canada.
The UK was the first market to implement Open Banking in January 2018, driven by the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA) retail banking market investigation. Its report highlighted the need to accelerate technological change in the UK retail banking sector. Get exclusive insight direct from the CMA’s Head of Open Banking, who will reveal the UK’s journey so far. What were the challenges, how did lenders overcome them, has Open Banking’s implementation met expectations yet? Get your questions ready!
Parliamentary Senate Perspective: A conversation with Senators Howard Wetston (Ontario) and Colin Deacon (Nova Scotia)
The federal government has undertaken a review of the merits of Open Banking for Canada. At the Parliamentary level, the Senate Banking, Trade and Commerce Committee undertook a study of the same. Learn more about the committee’s recommendations to the Government for decisive action on Open Banking from two key committee members, as well as their expectations for future government activity.
Interview with a digital trailblazer from one of the Big Six banks
Rizwan Khalfan is responsible for setting the strategic direction for all digital and payments activities, while creating more intuitive, personalized and integrated experiences that help customers live their lives. Join us for a deep dive into his view of the future of Open Banking and consumer behaviour.
Equifax is a global information solutions company that uses unique data, innovative analytics, technology and industry expertise to power organizations and individuals around the world by transforming knowledge into insights that help make more informed business and personal decisions. Headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., Equifax operates or has investments in 24 countries in North America, Central and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. It is a member of Standard & Poor's (S&P) 500® Index, and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol EFX. Equifax employs approximately 11,000 employees worldwide. For more information, visit Equifax.com and follow the company’s news on Twitter and LinkedIn.