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Open Banking Webinar with Pier Paolo Borgia

open banking webinar

At Experian we are really looking forward to next week’s Open Banking Expo in Amsterdam. That includes the inspiring and relevant keynote from Experian Director Products and Propositions EMEA Pier Paolo Borgia, entitled ‘From 3 weeks to 3 days: How Open Banking’s arrival is removing consumer friction in credit application across Europe’.  We also have an upcoming Open Banking Webinar for those who wish to deepen their knowledge about this crucially important topic.

Open Banking Expo not possible?

If you aren’t able to attend the Open Banking Expo in Amsterdam, we would like to offer an option:

You can take part in an upcoming Open Banking Webinar presented by Pier Paolo Borgia, ‘Open Banking is now open for business in Europe – and what it means for you’.  The Webinar take place on Thursday, 17 October 2019 at 14:30 CET.

Open Banking Webinar

Here’s what the webinar covers:

Open Banking’s European launch comes amid news Experian now handles 20 million UK data-sharing requests a month – equating to more than 40% of the country’s 49 million monthly total. In EMEA, PSD2’s arrival is set to be a game-changer for consumers and institutions alike. It offers a far more comprehensive view of applicants’ income and expenditure habits and, crucially, their affordability.

Overlaid with the right insight, lenders can now get a far clearer view of a personal financial behaviours than ever before. As a result, they can also offer greater access to more appropriate and inclusive lending decisions. But the successful roll-out of Open Banking services across Europe hinges on lenders’ ability to accurately analyse and automate the categorisation of bank transaction data on behalf of customers. Presenter Pier Paolo Borgia has overseen the launch of Experian’s Open Banking services across EMEA. He outlines the critical advantages it is now set to unlock across the region.

Open Banking Webinar – Interested?

Sign up to join ‘Open banking is now open for business in Europe’ at Experian’s EMEA Webinar Academy