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Lisa Terziman

Lisa Terziman

Head of Business Development at Salt Edge Inc.
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Bio Lisa has started working on the PSD2 Compliance solution in the Cloud, helping banks to meet all the regulatory requirements in a span of a few month. Lisa is active in the Open Banking space for the last 5 years and is currently Head of Business Development at Salt Edge. Career History Lisa cofounded Fentury money management app. While exploring the problem of PFM market, Lisa discovered that the main problem relies in getting access to the bank data. She joined Salt Edge Open Banking API Platform that enables companies to get access to over 3000 banks in 60 countries.


Open Banking

Building a PSD2 compliant channel: challenges and opportunities for financial institutions

30 Jun 2020

PSD2 obliges ASPSPs including banks, e-wallets, prepaid cards and other companies that offer payment accounts to provide at least one channel for secure communication with third party providers (TPP). Even neobanks or e-money institutions, including their agents, have to provide such channels with sandbox environments published 6 months before goi...

Open Banking

3 reasons why lending companies should use open banking

22 Apr 2020

The financial environment is changing significantly in Europe and beyond, putting pressure on the lending market. Current conditions raise demand for instant credit products which forces lenders to go digital. Lenders are faced with a serious challenge to ensure business continuity. They need to create a mechanism that allows the assessment of bor...


Open Banking

The eIDAS Challenge for TPPs under PSD2

13 May 2019

PSD2 requires that Account Servicing Payment Service Providers (ASPSPs) shall design their channels in such a way so that Third Party Providers (TPPs) are able to identify themselves when accessing these channels. The ASPSP shall be able to recognize that it is a particular regulated TPP accessing the account and not the end-user himself. Article ...