Banking & Payments: Open Banking & The Power of Partnerships

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Elena Kozhemyakina | Datuk Seri, Supreme Fintech | Amy Kroviak, Open51 | Ivan Zhiznevskiy, 3S Money

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Consumers are refining their digital banking habits, and are sought by legacy and digital banks. And, as open banking creates transparency for consumers, security challenges arise. This creates challenges for the banks that want to stay in the value chain, payments companies that are seeking to grow market share, and for third-party tech companies that sit in the middle. Payment providers need to prioritise trust, security and a user experience, on top of staying compliant and on budget. Yet, their agile cultures enable quick iterations. Banks have built trust, regulatory relationships, and bigger budgets, but can’t respond as quickly to newer pressures.   How can payment providers and banks create partnerships that allow them both to grow and stay competitive?   This webinar will discuss: - Why partnerships between banks and payment companies matters - The nuts and bolts of Innovative partnership structures - How to approach creating productive partnerships Moderated by: Elena Kozhemyakina, Founder, Fintech4Funds, London Partner, Fintech Connector Datuk Seri, CEO, Supreme Fintech Amy Kroviak, Co-Founder, Open51 Ivan Zhiznevskiy, Founder and CEO, 3S Money

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