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Open Banking: What does it really mean?

11 Apr 2018
London, UK.
Summit, Other, General Interest
Audit, Tax & Accountancy, Banking, Clearing Houses, Outsourcing, Consumer Credit, Energy Market Participants, Gaming, General Insurance, Investor Relations, Legal, Life Assurance, Mortgage & Home Finance, Pensions, Securities & Investment, Wealth Management

Delegate fee GBP 595.00.  Discounted to GBP 495.00 if booked by 31 January 2018


As 2018 gets underway, the age of open banking is upon us. The key pieces of regulation: the Competition and Market Authority’s ‘Open Banking remedy’ and the European Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) are coming into force. They will make possible the opening up of customers’ banking data through secure APIs, and they have the potential to alter radically the way that people interact with their finances and their relationship with financial services providers.

The purpose of this conference will be to ascertain what is likely to be best practice in open banking by examining the regulatory environment; the bank/fintech interface; payments control; the opportunities and threats presented by GDPR; the balance of innovation and consumer protection and the concept in relation to the financially vulnerable. 

We are delighted that Imran Gulamhuseinwala, Trustee of the new Open Banking Implementation Entity will be giving the opening keynote address.


Who should attend 

Not Stated
City & Financial Global Ltd
Traditions House, Pyrford Road, Pyrford, Woking Surrey, GU22 8UE.

Tel: +44 (0) 1483 479331
Contact: Paul Hooper