Leda Glyptis is a leading voice in banking from both the startup and the incumbent side. Way back at Money2020 in Amsterdam, we sat down with her to talk about this opportunity that is open banking and the big opportunities that it presents.
As we close the book on a year dominated by conversations about open banking and PSD2 regulation, we thought there’s no better time to resurface our interview with this self-described ‘recovering banker’. Leda is the CEO of 11:FS Foundry and Chief of Staff at 11:FS – and also just happens to be one of our favourite interview subjects.
In the two clips below she talks about one of the significant opportunities of open banking – partnering with fintechs.
Here Leda talks about the transformative power of bank and fintech partnerships – and how when they go deep enough, it can lead to big changes at many levels of a bank’s organisation.
In the clip above, Leda challenges incumbent banks to ensure their partnerships go beyond the headlines – and what metrics to use to measure its success.
We’re partnering with global financial automation and payments company Serrala to simplify the billing process and reduce transaction fees for billers while improving the payment experience for millions of consumers across Europe.
Financial executives in Europe see open banking as a revolution, and are embracing it more than ever. But many expect it will take several years to get there. While transformation takes time – there could be a way to accelerate it.
Lemonway, a French payments service provider, launched their Pay By Bank with Tink, a new service that allows their merchants to offer users an easy, secure, and convenient digital payment method.