Open banking state of play – Entersekt

Open banking needs more than a European directive to fulfil its promise

There could be many reasons for open banking’s tepid performance in 2020. One or two of them are as obvious as they were unavoidable, but what else is holding us back in Europe? Consumers’ security concerns or ignorance of open banking’s benefits? The seeming absence of practical, life-enhancing use cases? The lack of a common technical approach across EU member nations? All of the above?

What’s inside: Views from industry specialists on open banking, PSD2, where we are and where we’re heading.

    • Open banking needs more than a European directive to fulfil its promise
      Rik Coeckelbergs, founder & managing director, The Banking Scene
    • Not your average open banking glossary
      Entersekt, in collaboration with visual artist Maaike Bakker
    • It’s 2021. Compliance is no longer enough
      Pieter de Wet, sales director global accounts, Entersekt
    • Security and compliance – on paper and in reality
      Dr Detlef Hillen, managing consultant, SRC Security & Consulting
    • Where is strong customer authentication for payments heading?
      Mark McMurtrie, director, Payments Consultancy

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