A roundtable discussion on APIs


FDATA and techUK are holding a roundtable discussion:
Date: Wednesday 23rd March
Time: 09.00 to 13.00
Place: tech UK, 10 St Bride Street, London EC4A 4AD
Earlier this month, HM Treasury published the report of the Open Banking Working Group. It puts in place a framework and timetable for the implementation of an open API in the UK personal and business banking sector. The Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA) and techUK believe that innovative financial applications and services can empower consumers and businesses to make better financial decisions, and that an open API can play a major part.
FDATA and techUK will host a round-table discussion during which technology companies, third party providers, account providers, regulators and other stakeholders will have the opportunity to discuss how the UK can move further and faster towards open banking, and why the openness of the data and the API is paramount.
Sessions will include:
  • a keynote address
  • a session on how and why the API could move further and faster
  • a session on why the API should be open
  • short demos from financial technology innovators
A full agenda will be provided in due course.
Please RSVP to either [email protected] or [email protected] to book your space.