Recap: “Oslo StartUp Day – Fintech & Open Banking”

The banking industry is up for disruption, or in the process of being disrupted as some might say.

On May 22nd fintech-startups and incumbents met at Kulturhuset to discuss open banking and show examples of how new services will shake up the game. 

The PSD2 regulation taking effect in 2018 requires financial institutions to provide access to account and payment information through open APIs. This will fundamentally change the definitions and roles of financial institutions, allowing startups and other non-financial institutions to create new services.

We believe that collaboration between existing players and newcomers will create more value for everyone. We therefore invited key players from both sides of the table to engage in the debate on the opportunities and challenges of Open Banking.

Check out the recap and presentations here:


The Factory | Startup Day – Fintech + Open Banking from Oslo Business Region

 

 


payr | Startup Day – Fintech + Open Banking from Oslo Business Region

 

 


Spiff | Startup Day – Fintech + Open Banking from Oslo Business Region

 

 


Nordea | Startup Day – Fintech + Open Banking from Oslo Business Region

 

 


Nets | Startup Day – Fintech + Open Banking from Oslo Business Region

 

 


Bank axept | Startup Day – Fintech + Open Banking from Oslo Business Region

 

 


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Posted on: August 23. 2017
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