Taking Open Banking one step further

Open Banking is already proving to be a significant disruptor in the current financial services market. It’s providing a new way to elevate customer experience by harnessing data to improve services and offer a much wider range of products.

But what if Open Banking could be taken one step further? Imagine an ecosystem that goes beyond the standard format and instead reaches customers outside of but related to financial services, enabling banks and financial institutions to offer an even wider range of products.

Alexandra Leonards spoke to Hans Tesselaar, executive director for the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN), about the opportunity to expand and adapt Open Banking.
The Future of Intelligent Finance
FStech Group Editor Mark Evans sits down with Jason Cao, President of Global Financial Services Business Unit, Enterprise BG at Huawei ahead of its Intelligent Finance Summit which was held on 3rd and 4th of June in Shanghai. This Q&A delves into key trends in digital transformation of the financial services industry as well as a look at how data, robotic infrastructure, intelligent storage and innovative technologies are shaping the future for FSIs.

The Rise of Instant Payments
Instant payments are creating new business opportunities for banks by providing more touchpoints than ever. With these evolutions underway, Featurespace brought leading industry experts together to discuss how they are protecting customers from fraudsters in real time, utilizing innovative and disruptive solutions to reduce fraud. Click here to find out more.

Offloading Cyber Risk in the Cloud
As cyber attacks and data breaches are in the news on an increasingly regular basis - with regulatory penalties and customer trust on the line for financial services firms - it has never been more crucial to be compliant in the cloud.

This video, with Akamai’s EMEA director of security technology and strategy Richard Meeus, will help explain what your company can be doing to make sure it’s not embroiled in the next big fine or front-page scandal.