BankiFi features in the Paypers Open Banking Report

BankiFi features in the Paypers Open Banking Report on Tangible Value in Open Business Banking for Banks and Entrepreneurs

The Open Banking Report 2018 focuses on topics such as building trust, gaining consent and improving customer experience in Open Banking.

Read the fine points of how open business banking is good business for banks and entrepreneurs in our contribution to the Open Banking Report : "Tangible Value in Open Business Banking for Banks and Entrepreneurs".

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BankiFi features in the Paypers Open Banking Report

BankiFi features in the Paypers Open Banking Report on Tangible Value in Open Business Banking for Banks and Entrepreneurs

The Open Banking Report 2018 focuses on topics such as building trust, gaining consent and improving customer experience in Open Banking.

Read the fine points of how open business banking is good business for banks and entrepreneurs in our contribution to the Open Banking Report : "Tangible Value in Open Business Banking for Banks and Entrepreneurs".

Download 

 

BankiFi enables banks and payment providers to offer ‘scheme independent’ Request to Pay as a service

PocketCollector available to streamline invoice issuance, payment and collection for the SME segment

Manchester/Amsterdam, 26 September 2018 – Today at the opening of EuroFinance in Geneva, BankiFi launches a new solution to support the needs of business banking customers instantly. The PocketCollector solution is available as a stand-alone service or as part of BankiFi’s consent driven multi-bank aggregator platform that forms the foundation for a range of value add business banking solutions. The company, founded by Mark Hartley and Conny Dorrestijn, aims to ready banks and other financial institutions for a new open banking world order.

ING Money2020 Summer podcast with BankiFi’s Conny Dorrestijn

Why and how banks can win in an open eco system
 

Meander with the ‘insatiably curious’ Conny through the Open Banking world: why banking and personal relationships fail or succeed, why trust is behaviour and not a word and how explicit consent might well turn out to be the active trust button banks have been looking for.

Consent – the banks’ action button for trust

The bonding powers of free consent in relationships

Trust is in the end of the day the only real asset banks can offer their customers… Everyone agrees. Trust is the essential backbone of a happy relationship, be it a loving relationship as partners or lasting friendship. So far no one disagrees.Where it becomes tricky is in finding out how one translates trust into actions, from intention to active management.

Banking heroes: the IT department

Inside-Out bank focus & Outside-In partner focus: less risk, less cost, more speed

Now that we have hit the start button on Open Banking there has been plenty of debate and discussion around who will be the winners and losers. The majority of the discussion centres around the open ends, the security & data concerns and how regulators & banks are not ready for this brave new world. So once again, we swap out the opportunity for the threats for they are now top of mind. However, one then risks losing the strategic focus. I, for one, firmly believe that Open Banking is an opportunity, and not just because of the most obvious reason: the customer will most likely trust banks over other third party providers, not to mention the hate of hassle and change.

Open Banking, PSD2 and the law of unintended consequences

So, January 13th 2018 came and went and as we sit in early spring there has been not much more than a trickle of providers and customers making use of Open Banking and PSD2. One could argue that the reasons behind the somewhat underwhelming uptake is due to some of the big banks in the UK not being ready, and in Europe as a whole nothing will really happen until the RTS’ (Regulatory Technical Standards) come into force, sometime next year.

Press Release: Newly launched BankiFi takes banks and its business customers ‘Beyond Open’

Pocket Treasurer is first business solution on the BankiFi foundation, which hosts a suite of API driven micro services.

Manchester/Amsterdam, 24 January 2018 – Today BankiFi enters the market with its consent driven multi-bank aggregator platform that forms the foundation for a range of value add business banking solutions. The company, founded by Mark Hartley and Conny Dorrestijn, aims to ready banks and other financial institutions for a new open banking world order.

Open Banking: Will it be a tango or a ‘Danse Macabre’ for Fintech and Banks?

Now that the floor is nearly open for true open banking in Europe as a result of the passing of the PSD2 kick off date this Sunday, observers sit tight to see the scene unfold. Will we be enjoying a Danse Macabre with the incumbent banks in a leading role or a ‘Scent of a Woman’ tango, the unforgettable picture of experience and youth joining forces?

The undiscovered PSD2 opportunity – TPPs as a new customer segment

The PSD2 text was released almost a year ago, and as the dust has somewhat settled, the industry is now focusing on interpreting the draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) . The introduction of regulated third party providers (TPP) and having to open up to third parties, who will be servicing customers who the bank has invested so much in to acquire and retain, were initially perceived as the banks being pushed back to become the back office, and therefore losing the direct contact with their customer.

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