Banking Technology July/August issue out now
Unlocking the benefits of open banking
The latest edition of our flagship magazine – Banking Technology – is out now, packed with news, analysis and insights, case studies, research and expert commentary.
A note from our editor, Sharon Kimathi:
Looking out the window and considering where we are, it is odd to think that we are already at our July/August summer edition. The fintech world, and indeed the global economy, is considering the ways in which to protect itself from the long-term pandemic pitfalls, and of course, for those of us doing business in the UK, we’ve got the regulatory maelstrom of Brexit around the corner too! Nonetheless, there are always new and exciting technological innovations to explore in our sector, as well as the ambitious individuals behind the brands. In this issue, we focus on open banking.
Jan Van Vonno, research director at Tink, discusses what financial institutions can do to capitalise on the benefits of open banking. He highlights Tink’s latest research report on open banking attitudes and fintech partnerships, which shows that financial executives are more excited about open banking opportunities than ever before.
Rajashekara V. Maiya, vice president and global head of business consulting at Infosys Finacle, shares his insights on open banking with FinTech Futures’ deputy editor, Alex Hamilton. Maiya believes that the open banking implementation hurdles banks face can vary depending on readiness and on the size of their balance sheet.
“Large banks generally have challenges when it comes to integration,” he says, “if you demystify open banking and look under the hood it comes down to exposing certain APIs and certain sets of data in a limited manner.”
We hope you find this summer edition of features and analysis insightful. From all of us at Banking Technology magazine, we hope you enjoy your summer and continue to stay safe.
The July/August edition of Banking Technology features:
How financial institutions can capitalise on open banking benefits
Sharon Kimathi’s take on some big issues in fintech
Overcoming challenges on the road to open banking success
Core banking transformation
Through a Gen Z lens
Open banking: where you at?
I’m just saying…
Banking is moving to a dual core
Food for thought
The pretence of invincibility
Ask the expert
Practical, free advice on how to grow your business.
Fintalk of the town
Our “Gossip Girl” has been a fly on the wall.
And not to forget the Regulars of course:
Fintech feed – the good, the bad and the ugly.
Appointments – the movers and the shakers.