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Arturo González Mac Dowell

Arturo González Mac Dowell

President & CEO at Eurobits Technologies
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Bio Since 2.004 I lead Eurobits Technologies as the first Account Information Services Player in the EU. Career History All my professional career has pivoted around the introduction to market of high-tech products and services for the financial sector, with the help of fantastic professionals. Innovative services such as electronic payments, mobile banking, electronic invoicing and Account Information Services.

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Open Banking

Screen Scraping is Dead, Long Live Screen Scraping

30 Nov 2017

Yesterday November 27, the European Commission published the final version of the long awaited PSD2 Regulatory Technical Standards on Secure Communications and Secure Customer Authentication. The SCA RTS was accompanied by a press release and a Memo which can be seen as a Q&A document. One of the hottest topics that has been the subject of i...

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Online Banking

PSD2 and the Cost of Using the Staircase When the Elevator Fails

23 Jul 2017

A few years after Bautista closed his business I casually met him in a cafe nearby the Town Hall. After saying hello to him and asking how were things going (not very well, I must say) we started talking about his business and why he had closed it down. He said that he did not understand why the Town Hall passed a law to promote competition in fina...

Online Banking

PSD2 and the Secure vs Insecure Staircase Debate

18 Jul 2017

A few years after Bautista closed his business I casually met him in a cafe nearby the Town Hall. After saying hello to him and asking how were things going (not very well, I must say) we started talking about his business and why he had closed it down. He said that he did not understand why the Town Hall passed a law to promote competition in fin

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Online Banking

PSD2 and the Elevator vs Staircase Paradox

15 Jul 2017

I live in a town called Villa Arriba (uphill town in Spanish), which is very close to Villa Abajo (downhill town). Although they are close, they communicate through intricate mountain roads and there is not much business between both. Although in the recent crisis many banks merged, there are still plenty of them in Villa Arriba. However, there see...

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