The UK\’s Financial Conduct Authority and Competition & Markets Authority have released data on quality of service in Open Banking.
The £2m prize pot has been awarded to firms developing solutions to help get renters on the housing ladder….
After it successfully raised $100 million at its recent investment round, German fintech firm Deposit Solutions will expand its B2C platform to Switzerland, allowing consumers there to use the fixed-term offers of a variety of banks based across the European Union through one account.
TrueLayer, the London startup that’s built a developer platform to make it easy for fintech and other adjacent companies, such as retailers, to access bank APIs — and ride the Open Banking and PSD2 gravy train — has picked up further $7.5 million in funding.
Leading the round is venture capital fund Northzone. It follows a $3 million Series A in June last year, and will be used for European expansion, starting with Germany and France.
FreeAgent is among the first tranche of companies to achieve AISP status in the UK and will now be able to officially embark on its Open Banking strategy.
THE rise of open banking and open application program interfaces (APIs) have profound implications for banks and financial institutions.
Just seven months after the launch of the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2), efforts made by many mainstream banks are stopping short of bringing about the ground-breaking changes many had expected.
The Australian government has published a bill to implement the consumer data right (CDR),
Open banking is closer to reaching the New Zealand public, with a pilot project currently underway and due to wrap up by the end of the year.
In an attempt to rise out of austerity, secure its position on the world stage and clinch membership with the OECD, Brazil has passed its first piece of major data protection law. The new General Data Protection Act (GDPA) borrows heavily from the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, giving Brazilian citizens more control over their personal data than ever before. The Senate approved the act on July 10, with the bill sent to President Michel Temer for execution.