2020's Essential Reading:  'Zeitgeist'

What it takes to move the needle on Open Banking from 1.0 – 3.0 and beyond. 

Will 2020 become the year of truth for Open Banking? Will it take more regulation, better technical standards, more pressure from watchdogs or? What do we, as we cross the Rubicon into unchartered territory, need most? More excel spreadsheets and forecasts while juggling new pricing and business models? We don’t think so…

Apart from courage, clearly reading the sign of the times is the most important guide for any player in the financial services domain going forward – incumbent or fintech. Successful adoption of Open Banking is about relevance for the end user, and that has everything to do with feeling society’s pulse.  If 2018 was Open Banking 1.0, and 2019 2.0, what will 3.0 bring?

BankiFi features in the Paypers Open Banking Report

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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".

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More on The Open Banking Report 2018

Structured in four comprehensive chapters, the present edition of Open Banking Report 2018 puts particular emphasis on the idea that, by working with fintechs, banks can upgrade their offerings and create new opportunities to generate revenue and improve their business proposition in Open Banking. The report also provides an analysis of the present state of play of Open Banking and the most notable initiatives in the European Union (driven by PSD2), the UK (driven by the Competition and Markets Authority), and even beyond Europe (into Australia and Asia Pacific).

Thus, several key aspects are tackled. To name a few:
  • the work put into implementing PSD2 towards Open Banking (INNOPAY and Deutsche Bank), and shaping of a competitive and innovative API technology (Consult Hyperion; 11:FS, PelicanPay);
  • the roadmap to how Open Banking created a two-sided ecosystem between banks and TPPs and all the new use-cases that emerged (Token);
  • the revolution of Open Banking and digital banking platforms for banks (Worldline);
  • the fine points of how open business banking is good business for banks and entrepreneurs (Bankifi).

The report contains some very useful educational insights and great contributions from INNOPAY, Mobey Forum, and Aite Group, on creating value through Open Banking, how sharing transaction risk data leads to success in this niche, corporate onboarding processes, or strategic options for banks in the PSD2 age.

The new edition of The Paypers’ Open Banking Report is endorsed by Holland FinTech, an organisation fostering innovation within the financial services industry.

Conny Dorrestijn | Founding Partner BankiFi

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Conny Dorrestijn | Founding Partner BankiFi

BankiFi’s Founding partner Conny Dorrestijn has worked in the international financial technology industry in a wide range of marketing and business development roles, most recently at Clear2Pay / FIS. She is an Advisory Board Member to Holland FinTech and AdviceRobo, Non-Executive Board Member at Arches Capital and Blanco Services and an Associate of the Digital Insurance Agenda (DIA) and the Blockchain Innovation Conference (BIC2019) and a Global Innovation Awards Judge at BAI (US) and Jury Chair of the Dutch NRC FinTech Live Awards. She is a co-host of the regular Fintech Cappuccino podcast. With inclusion across gender, age and culture high on her agenda, she is a Global Ambassador of the EWPN – European Women in Payments Network. She is an Advisory Board Member and mentor for the Money2020 Europe Rise Up programme. Her passion for generation Y and Z is translated in active student mentoring and her voluntary work for the Global Give Back Circle: www.globalgivebackcircle.org, where she is also active as a mentor for Kenyan students.

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UK FinTECHTalents

11-12 November, London, UK

Conny Dorrestijn chairs and moderates the Build stage around Open Banking on the afternoon of Monday 11 November.

Lean Innovation Summit

11-12 November, Rotterdam, NL 

In a fireside chat, Conny Dorrestijn will make sure she asks the right questions to Aleksa Vukotic, CTO, thestartuptechfactory.tech on platform innovation in start-ups and large corporates/banks.

Shift Money 2019

18-19 November, Zagreb, Croatia

Conny Dorrestijn speaks on Monetizing Open Banking with the only lasting capital we have... Purpose.

 

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