Mauricio Deutsch, banking and capital markets leader at GFT Canada, reveals what Canadian banks have to gain from embracing Open Banking and partnering with fintechs.
Eyal Sivan, head of Open Banking at Axway, writes about the US and Canada’s respective routes to Open Banking and the role of a common standard, the FDX API, in getting there.
Token’s Robert Sullivan on why there is a fundamental tension between the PSR’s ambitions for A2A retail payments and its latest proposals to address APP scams.
GoCardless’ Siamac Rezaiezadeh shares how they have been using Open Banking, and variable recurring payments in particular, to help charitable organisations improve their fundraising streams.
With Open Banking the transaction cost number drops from 8% to less than 1% of the payment processed.
Olga Shikhantsova, a partner at European venture capital fund Speedinvest, writes about why, no matter the macroeconomic outlook, there’s always an opportunity for fintechs to shake things up.
Token’s VP, customer success Sunil Gossain on the shift to A2A payments as a primary payment method and what PSPs can do to drive adoption.
Card fees are driving merchants to embrace variable recurring payments as an alternative payment method.
Chief product and growth officer at GoCardless, Duncan Barrigan, and CEO and co-founder of Nordigen, Rolands Mesters addressed delegates at Open Banking Expo UK last month.