untied is delighted to be among the sponsors of the FinTECHTalents Virtual Open Finance 2020 event on 9 December.

Paul Loberman, untied’s new Chief Product Officer, is moderating a key panel at the event. This discussion is all about competition in an open world and features an all-star cast of debaters:

  • Chris Higham, Head of Open Banking, Virgin Money
  • Nouamane Cherkaoui, CIO, Société Générale
  • Jorge Baiao, Executive Board Member and CIO, Crédito Agrícola

Hot topics that will be discussed include who the key players are, whether it’s regulation or the market that accelerates progress, new business models and APIs. The panel will also touch on how their companies have embraced open banking so far, the lessons that have been learned from open banking implementation for open finance and the drivers for progress in an open world.

It’s going to be a fascinating day. Paul is live at 9.40am. The event runs all day and there are some great speakers on the stage. Paul and untied CEO, Kevin Sefton, will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Find them in the united virtual booth.

Registration is free so we’re inviting you to come along and get involved!

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