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On 28 November 2019, techUK and the OBIE hosted ‘Open Banking - A Blueprint for the Digital Economy?’, at County Hall, London.


This flagship conference reviewed and provided insights into the successes of open banking and examine the potential for ‘exporting’ these principles to wider sectors of the economy. Outputs were focused on the opportunities for the UK to expand the open banking principles to the whole financial services sector and to the wider economy.


The conference examined the challenges: the changes to business models and infrastructures required; the possible regulatory implications; the security and consumer protection aspects and what needs to be done to achieve this transition.


In addition to the sessions, the event was provided the opportunity for product and services showcase and demonstration, with an emphasis on a cross section of enterprise from large corporates, SMEs and start-up disrupters.


Open Banking - A Blueprint for the Digital Economy brought together senior decision makers within the financial services, technology and digital communities as well as industry stakeholders, policy makers and thought leaders. The conference offered a great opportunity to learn about the role of open data in the digital economy, in the context of financial services, exchange ideas, foster debate, promote enterprise and encourage cross sector collaboration.

Event Information: 

 

Date: 28 November 2019 

Time: 08:30 - 17:15 

Venue: Etc Venues County Hall, Riverside Building, Belvedere Road, London SE1 7PB

Tickets: 

techUK member: 2 free tickets per company, additonal tickets - £299.00 + VAT 

Non-member ticket - £399.00 + VAT 

 

To find out more contact: 

  • Noreen Aldworth

    Noreen Aldworth

    Head of Events
    T 020 7331 2052

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