Open Banking Technical Design Workshops

Open Banking will hold two Open Banking Workshops - attendees welcome.

Date: 17th and 18th January, 10am-4.30pm (09:30 am for registration & breakfast).

Venue: Etc Venues, 8 Eastcheap, EC3M 1AE

This is a Technical Design Workshop and Open Banking are looking for technical architects and product specialists from ASPSPs and TPPs covering BOTH personal and business current banking (including current accounts and flexi savings accounts) AND credit cards and e-money accounts.

Please book your attendance by emailing direct to Events@OpenBanking.org.uk by COB Tuesday 9th January.

​The purpose of the workshop is to review the technical specifications for all Roadmap items which are due for delivery in February 2018. The page references below refer to the Roadmap.

The two days will broadly cover the following structure:-

Day 1 - 17 Jan

  • Review technical specifications for PSD2 in-scope accounts (Sterling) [P20], with discussions around utilisation of existing endpoints and how these can be expanded for other payment account that are in scope, e.g. credit cards. We will also focus on new fields that need to be added to these endpoints and we will look at the requirement to create a statement endpoint which will provide summary statement information.
  • Design update on products endpoint for open data for standardised backbook products (PCA & BCA) [P1] & progress update on service quality metrics (as per CMA Order) [P12].
  • It would be very helpful for the credit card and e-Money SME’s to attend the first day. 

Day 2 - 18 Jan

  • Discuss and review technical specifications for confirmation of funds [P6] & two way notification of revocation [P2].
  • Update major decision for future-dated payments and standing orders [P5].

Breakfast and lunch will be provided, please indicate if you have any dietary requirements.

Please book your attendance by emailing direct to Events@OpenBanking.org.uk by COB Tuesday 9th January.

 

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