This webinar takes a close look at the findings from Tink’s latest report, ‘From open banking to open data economies’. Research Director Jan van Vonno runs through how open banking is set to change in the coming years and expand out from the financial sector to create open data economies.
Although open banking is still quite far from global market adoption, it’s undeniable just how quickly it’s moved beyond what it was a few years ago. In its place, open finance has emerged as a bridge toward open insurance, and open data economies.
Watch the webinar now and learn all about:
How open banking is evolving towards open data economies
Why open data economies are set to transform the financial services industry
How to prepare for the next frontier in digital financial services
In this webinar, Director of Research Jan Van Vonno and Head of Payments and Platforms Tom Pope discuss the findings of our latest report, ‘The future of banking is open’. The report covers the move from a world where cash is king, to a payments’ ecosystem powered by open banking.
A2A payments are said to be faster, safer, cheaper than other payment methods. The term PIS, or payment initiation services, often gets thrown around in the same context. So how do they differ? In short: through open banking.
In the wake of the pandemic and the digital transformation of finance, consumers are borrowing money they can’t afford to pay back. But open banking holds the key to safely assess applicants’ creditworthiness.