January 2018 saw the arrival of Open Banking, landmark legislation that hands ownership of financial account information and data from the bank or building society to the customer. Six months into what was heralded as the start of a revolution in financial services, slow implementation by banks and building societies has prompted criticism that the initiative is more hype than about structural improvement. Yet, this ignores the fact we are at the very start of the journey, and realising the benefits that Open Banking will deliver to customers, providers, regulators and our economy as a whole, will take time.
Born in a sea of hype on January 13, has so far fallen short of delivering the promised financial revolution. We have yet to see any “killer apps”, dramatic changes in consumer behaviour, sudden doses of competition or tectonic shifts in the UK banking market.
Mandated by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), open banking forces the UK’s biggest banks to share their data securely with approved third parties in areas including account information and payments, using a statutory set of application programming interfaces (APIs).
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Less than 9 months after PSD2 came into effect, financial services are evolving in new ways that impact our concept of identity. Listen as Head of Technology for Open Banking Chris Michael talks about the current state of open banking, the challenges ahead, and the trends he sees in the space.
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Operators of financial technology (fintech) companies and banks have urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) be more innovative in designing the framework for open banking in the country.
Speaking recently at the KPMG Cyber Security Roundtable in Lagos, the Director, Banking and Payments System Department, Dipo Fatokun, said the central bank would soon make public, an exposure draft on open banking in the country.
Banking is experiencing a period of dramatic digital change as it enters the world of open APIs, driven by customer needs and initiated by PSD2 regulation. This gives you the opportunity to create multi-banking solutions, through new sales and marketing channels, that increase business volumes and help establish new commercial models. Through the Tieto Financial Aggregation Hub, we help you every step of the way to create an open banking strategy.
Banks will soon have to comply with the Revised Payment Service Directive, commonly called “PSD2.” The directive will introduce massive changes to the payments industry and radically alter the user experience for customers of European banks by allowing third party payment service providers (TPP)…