Insights

Canada Focus: ‘Consumer-directed Finance’ and what it means for Canadians

Steve Boms, Director, FDATA North America takes a look as the latest report released by the Canadian Department of Finance as the regions looks to mover towards ‘Consumer-directed Finance’ and what it means for consumers in Canada.

Canada Focus: ‘Consumer-directed Finance’ and what it means for Canadians

Steve Boms, Director, FDATA North America takes a look as the latest report released by the Canadian Department of Finance as the regions looks to mover towards ‘Consumer-directed Finance’ and what it means for consumers in Canada.

Insight: Faith Reynolds, Independent Consumer Representative for Open Banking Implementation Entity

Insight: Faith Reynolds, Independent Consumer Representative for Open Banking Implementation Entity

Why Open Banking will succeed

Open Banking Expo Magazine recently caught up with Jim Wadsworth, SVP Open Banking, at Mastercard on his thoughts around the Open Banking, the journey so far and his outlooks for success.

Insight: Jennifer Reynolds, President & CEO , Toronto Finance International

As the Canadian Government prepares to enter into an election Open Banking Expo Magazine caught up with Toronto Finance International on the rise and rise of the Open Banking narrative in Canada

Insight: How Open Banking’s arrival is driving the pace of innovation across EMEA

The arrival of Open Banking introduces fundamental changes to the payment and financial services industry.

Insight: Pier Paolo Borgia, Director Products and Propositions EMEA, Experian

Open Banking Expo Magazine recently caught up with Pier Paolo Borgia, Director Products and Propositions EMEA, Experian.

60 seconds with Rūta Merkevičiūtė, Bank of Lithuania

Head of Division, E-Money & Payments Institutions Supervision, Bank of Lithuania, Rūta Merkevičiūtė,  joins the speaking faculty for Open Banking Expo, Amsterdam on 4 October.

60 seconds with Bill Roberts, Head of Open Banking, Competition and Markets Authority

Head of Open Banking at the Competition and Markets Authority, Bill Roberts, joins the speaking faculty for Open Banking Expo, Canada on September 18.

Insight: Embrace PSD2 to build a competitive advantage and a better customer experience

Signifyd explore the opportunities within financial services sector at the PSD2 deadline approaches.

Insight: The future of the working relationships between banks and fintechs

Culture clash by Sarah Maber, Managing Consultant at World Wide Technology

Canada focus: Open Banking for common good

Payments Canada provide insight on the future of Open Banking in Canada and take a deep dive into how big the bang will be if the government implement Open Banking.

Conrad Ford, Founder & CEO, Funding Options

As with so many innovations in the world of finance and technology, Open Banking was going to revolutionise the way consumers and businesses manage their finances and access financial services.

Faith Reynolds, Independent Consumer Representative for the Open Banking Implementation Entity

It’s conference season! Earlier in the month I sat on a panel with Catherine Miller from think tank Doteveryone at the UK Regulators Network conference to discuss regulation and innovation.

Emma Steely

Emma Steeley, CEO, AccountScore

2019 is the year Open Banking goes back to the future.

Over the last few months, I’ve seen and heard a lot of stories in the press about how the Open Banking revolution is yet to come, or, more cynically, is never going to come; at least not in the way imagined.

Chris Michael, Head of Technology, Open Banking Implementation Entity

View From The Top – helping account providers meet regulatory requirements.

Liz Oakes, Executive Vice President (Market Development), Mastercard

New Payment Platforms, Mastercard

Application programming interfaces (APIs) have overwhelmingly become banks’ preferred mechanism to meet their PSD2 obligations, but a year on, much of the conversation is still centred on their ability to deploy them effectively. Perhaps a better question is not how financial institutions comply with new technological obligations, but rather how can they can use APIs to drive new revenue.