Document co-authored by FDATA Europe and ETTPA. Download here.
Across the world, governments, regulators, banks and fintechs are talking about open banking, and also trying to follow the progress and success of UK Open Banking. They sense excitement, threat and opportunity, and there is much talk about innovation, security, standards and risk.
But are we all talking about the same thing? What is ‘open banking’?
This report catalogues some of the technical challenges encountered by Third Party Providers (TPPs) during their initial connections with the Open Banking Directory and in particular thereafter with the API connections identified in a technical workshop organised by FDATA .
FDATA, together with the Electronic Money Association, techUK and UK Finance, have published a set of voluntary guidelines and encouraged market behaviours under PSD2 in the ‘transitional period’. You can download them below.
Fintech Connect Live 2017: 6-7 December
FDATA is delighted to be a media partner of Fintech Connect Live 2017 taking place on the 6 and 7 December at Excel London.
Combining the hustle and bustle of an exhibition featuring over 3000 visitors, and 200 exhibitors and partners from over 50 countries, FinTech Connect Live is the UK’s largest fintech event. Playing host to four strategic conference sessions with inspirational case studies from around the world, a technology buyers theatre with 50 product demos, 12 educational workshops tackling practical fast growth challenges, and two full days of dedicated mentoring clinics for start up leaders, all brought to you from over 300 of the industries finest speakers, FinTech Connect Live is the ‘must have ticket’ for stakeholders from across the full fintech eco-system.
FinTech Connect Live provides a platform for all those attending to collaborate, differentiate, form connections, source solution, conduct and generate business with new, existing and upcoming fintech players in the market.
Get involved and find out more by visiting www.fintechconnectlive.com
Please click the link below to read FDATA’s response to HMT’s consultation on the implementation of PSD2.
Please click the link below to see FDATA’s response to the draft order by the CMA on open banking.