Thu 23 Feb. Smart Briefing: The Power & The Pitfalls of Certificates in Open Banking Ecosystems

Open Future World Smart Briefings
Sponsored by Konsentus, this interactive smart briefing takes place on Thursday 23 February, and will examine certificates in Open Banking ecosystems from a variety of viewpoints. Register today!

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A recent European Banking Authority report recognises the need for a real-time machine-readable database to facilitate the “verification of the current authorisation status” by ASPSPs of TPPs accessing their open banking APIs. The EBA recognises that the EBA PSP register has limitations with the quality of data (inconsistencies, errors and omissions) and leaves ASPSPs exposed. How can ASPSPs make meaningful risk management decisions and protect their customers?

Sponsored by Konsentus,  this hour long, interactive, smart briefing taking place on Thursday 23 February, will examine this issue from a variety of viewpoints.  Recommending steps that can be taken to ensure data is being shared appropriately.  Protecting consumers and reputations across the growing open finance sector.


  • Outlining the issue
  • Growth of PIS, growing into new markets
  • Banking concerns
  • Open banking fraud
  • The importance of a healthy ecosystem
  • The scale of the issue
  • When open banking compliance is not enough

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