Fintechs – How Open Banking Has Come of Age

Fiona Couper

Fiona Couper

Business Development and Marketing Director

Teamspirit

Open Banking usage has been accelerated by Covid-19, with its use now expected to double to 40 million by 2021, according to a recent Juniper Research report, with existing hindrances and fears of sharing data being fast tracked as necessary change.

Fintechs offering the ability to aggregate financial accounts, access to funds from multiple banks on the same platform and to provide insight into financial health, have proved invaluable for SMEs and consumers alike.

In this session we’ll explore how open banking has become a table stake for providing financial services post Covid, and just how prevalent it will become in all our lives.  From payment providers to funding platforms and credit providers, hear about the innovative services that are in-store to further improve service experience and custom solutions, and how open APIs are ensuring banks can still compete with those more digitally enabled.

 

SPEAKERS:
Seema Desai, COO, Iwoca
Suzanne Homewood, Enterprise Sales Director, Moneyhub
Sam O’Connor, CEO, Coconut
Jason Wilkinson-Brown, Head of Partnerships and Open Banking, TSB
Chair: Fiona Couper, Business Development and Marketing Director, Teamspirit

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