NatWest leaders on the Global Open Finance Challenge
Dan Globerson, Head of The Bank of APIs at NatWest Group, and Wendy Redshaw, Chief Digital Information Officer for Retail Banking at NatWest Group, speak to FinextraTV about the launch of the Global Open Finance Challenge – a first-of-its-kind virtual event that NatWest Group is delivering in collaboration with Australian bank NAB, Brazilian bank Itaú and Canadian bank CIBC.
The four banks are…
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What is Open Finance? | 11:FS Explores
In this episode of 11:FS Explores, Adam Davis picks apart Open Finance, and what we have to look forward to if this technology became a reality.
Taking learnings from the Open Banking implementation, what are some of the hurdles when looking forward to the Open Finance implementation? Do we have the technical capabilities in place? Will enough firms participate?
Most importantly: Is it even possible?
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Open Finance: Challenges & Barriers
During our OBE campfire in September, our panellists shared their thoughts on the challenges and barriers of rolling out Open Finance.
Josephine Cumbo – Global Pensions Correspondent, Financial Times
Ross Laurie – CEO, Visible Capital
Samantha Seaton – CEO, Moneyhub Enterprise
Daniel Harrison – CEO, True Potential
Francesco Simoneschi – CEO, TrueLayer
What is the Open Finance Appathon?
The Open Finance Appathon gives developers a unique opportunity to build and launch market-ready solutions showcasing the future of open banking and open finance. A collaboration between: Finastra, Railsbank, YTS and Open Banking Excellence.
Interested in taking part?
Submissions are open till 30 October, 11:59pm (GMT)
Register today: http://bit.ly/OFA20_REG
What is Open Banking Excellence (OBE)?
Open Banking Excellence (OBE) is the world’s leading community of Open Banking and Open Finance pioneers. It’s an industry ‘campfire’ that brings together FinTechs, banks, industry participants, regulators, BigTech companies and legal advisers to learn, share stories, spark debate and collaborate.
Our mission is to be the authentic voice representing a global movement of like-minded experts who through collaboration provide technical, regulatory and legal insight into Open Banking and Open Finance and their wider implications for a dynamic, innovative and fast-growing financial sector.
We believe Open Finance will help build a better world through financial inclusion, social change and by providing greater control and choice to us all.