FDATA Global Annual Open Banking Summit in Edinburgh

Date: 6-7 December 2018

Venue: McEwan Hall, Teviot Place, Edinburgh

The second FDATA Global Annual Open Banking Summit will bring together regulators and policy makers from around the world to discuss how we’re going to deliver Open Banking, collaborate on standards and set the agenda for best practice. This event is about influencing the decision makers and regulators and establishing the tone for the Open Banking movement globally.

The FDATA mission is to open up Britain’s financial sector to the benefits of financial data and technology. It works with government, regulatory authorities and financial industry stakeholders to achieve that goal. In line with that mission.

The key themes for the summit are:

  1.    International progress on Open Banking
  2.    Spotlight on what happened during the UK implementation
  3.    Protecting the customer and the ecosystem
  4.    Regulatory challenges and obstacles
  5.     Designing the future - new data sets and new technical capability
  6.    Regulatory and policy round table (Private Session)
  7.    Harmonising technology and security standards (Open Session)

A new and game changing initiative in the field of economic and social policy will be unveiled and the Blueprint for the Global Open Banking Standards will be reviewed.

The inaugural FDATA Global Open Banking Awards will be held on 6 December 2018 at The National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. The Awards have been established to recognise organisations and institutions that are establishing policies and delivering innovations, that truly empower customers to leverage their financial data so that they can make better decisions and take fuller control of their financial lives.

For more information and to enter the awards go to the FDATA website here.