The subscription management service will enable users to view, manage, or change subscription services that have boomed during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Lana Abdullayeva, Non-executive advisor to PAY.UK, independent speaker and director at Lloyds Banking Group navigates the digital future.
The partnership will streamline the lending process by offering SMEs CRIF Realtime’s Credit Passport® to fast track and simplify the lending process.
Former CEO of Google Compare and Confused.com Nicolas Weng Kan will take the reins on 15th July.
Bankdata is one of the largest financial IT development houses in Denmark and has selected Konsentus to meet PSD2 regulation.
The pilot platform lets users see all of their bills in one place, allowing them to switch their energy and broadband with a few taps to a better deal.
The new payments experience is expected to launch in August 2020 starting in Denmark.
The deal will see SBM Bank India customers be able to make real-time domestic business-to-consumer transfers quickly and efficiently.
UK-based Fintech will integrate and expand Korta point-of-sale and online card payment acceptance offering to enhance expansion plans.
The number of Open Banking service subscriptions in Korea has surpassed 20 million.
CRIF Realtime reached a milestone in Q2 2020 with a 400% increase in SMEs choosing it as their preferred credit solution.
Australia has gone live with its first steps into Open Banking with the launch of the Consumer Data Right.
Freddy Kelly, CEO and co-founder, Credit Kudos provides his latest insight on lending in a post-pandemic world.
The two companies enter a channel partnership for Open Banking technology.
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