Open Banking Expo 2019 NovemberNov 13 2019 Europe/MadridLondon, UK


Welcome to Open Banking Expo London, taking place on 13 November at etc.venues St Pauls. We hope you’ll join us.

We are delighted to reveal our keynote speaker, Jim Marous. Jim is one of the most requested and highest rated financial services industry speakers. With more than 83,000 twitter followers he has been featured on CNBC, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Financial Times, The Economist, The American Banker, Accenture and Forbes, and has advised the White House on banking policy.

Open Banking may have rolled out in January 2018 in the UK, but it has been a bumpy road. We are now starting to see less friction in the customer journey and the number of successful API calls is increasingly exponentially every month. Open Banking Expo returns with five stages, 60+ speakers and endless networking opportunities with the leading players in Open Banking. Why attend? Here’s why:

  • The largest digital banking gathering in Europe with Open Banking and payments at its heart
  • The largest community of high street bank attendees convening on one day
  • Largest exhibition of industry partners facilitating the Open Banking ecosystem
  • Five stages of content from incumbent banks to digital challengers, regulators to associations, commercial financiers to a magnitude of first-look case studies
  • Learn how Starling Bank built its proposition on API’s before becoming a bank
  • Witness the first Payments Punch up in this market between American Express, Mastercard, RBS and the Emerging Payments Association
  • Discover how RBS is maximising Open Banking to deliver true customer value
  • Sit back and take in how Revolut is taking advantage of new regulation as the industry heads towards Open Finance
  • Hear from HSBC and Tandem as they reveal their insights and methods for increasing consumer adoption
  • Barclays will grill a panel of fintechs on their next move in the market and how they plan to stay ahead of the game
  • The Open Banking Implementation Entity and Competition & Markets Authority reveal their plans for 2020
  • Attend the brand new Mortgages Stage to access a plethora of case studies from the likes of Yorkshire Building Society and Starling Bank
  • The Finance Conduct Authority (FCA) will provide an update from Open Banking to Open Finance
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Location Details

Kensington conference and event center
Kensington Town Hall, Hornton St, London W8 7NX

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Nov 13 08:00
Registration & networking
Nov 13 08:05
Welcoming remarks
Nov 13 09:00
Keynote: Transformation in an Open Banking ecosystem
Nov 13 09:30
Open Banking 2.0
Nov 13 10:15
Reality check – what have we actually achieved?
Nov 13 10:40
Refreshments & networking
Nov 13 11:15
Panel: Open Banking and supercharging UK business through innovation
Nov 13 12:00
An Open Banking journey through the eyes of ClearBank, the UK’s first clearing bank
Nov 13 12:30
Open Banking and credit reference
Nov 13 13:00
Networking lunch
Nov 13 14:00
Driving revenue opportunities across the Open Banking ecosystem
Nov 13 14:30
Panel: Assessing the fraud risks within Open Banking
Nov 13 15:15
From Open Banking to Open Finance?
Nov 13 15:45
Refreshments & networking
Nov 13 16:15
Underneath the Open Banking bonnet
Nov 13 16:40
Open Banking Unplugged
Nov 13 17:10
Closing remarks followed by drinks reception

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