Partners are applying for £25m and £35m grants from the RBS Alternative Remedies Package to strengthen challenge to high street banks.
New research from the Open Up 2020 Challenge shows an increase in usage and trust of financial services apps since lockdown.
The latest news from Revolt sees a further extension to its partnership with leading Open Banking platform provider, TrueLayer.
Open Banking Expo Magazine caught up with Co-founder of ApTap, Will Billingsley. Will takes a deep dive into the evolution of Open Data.
The new feature will give its customers the opportunity to set up a quicker way to pay with multiple layers of security.
Nuapay’s French merchants will now be able to accept instant payments via Open Banking from customers, delivering merchants and consumers the benefit of a fast and secure payment method.
The consumer finance specialist will be using the Open Banking tool to help customers create an affordable payment plan.
The service will use Open Banking and Conversational AI capabilities to enable consumers to quickly and easily share their transactional account information to complete a digital affordability assessment.
The new product launch from DirectID will look to dramatically decrease the amount of resource needed to review the financial position of those needing to repay a debt.
The Central Bank of Indonesia moves towards Open Banking to help boost financial inclusion.
The partnership will deliver an end to end solution accelerating PSD2 Open Banking adoption.
Mode’s brand new Open Banking top-up feature allows users to connect to most of the UK’s major banks including Santander, Barclays, Lloyds, NatWest, and RBS.