Embracing Open Banking with Secure and Interconnected APIs
Resources
See latest resources ยป
Cyberfinance: accelerating the use of the Internet in European financial services

Cyberfinance: accelerating the use of the Internet in European financial services

Source:

The Financial Internet Working Group presents an Action Plan aimed at accelerating the development of more open and efficient payment systems, based on Internet architecture and infrastructure.

The purpose of the paper is to provide an initial overview of how the Internet may impact institutional payment systems and securities markets.
The document summarises major recommendations formulated as a result of FIWG activities, including working group meetings, Issues and Position Papers and informal discussions with industry stakeholders.
The FIWG is a forum that brings together financial institutions and technology providers, traditional players and newcomers, public authorities and the private sector. Its aims are: first, to examine key cyberfinance issues and policies, and second, to identify and promote initiatives and projects accelerating cyberfinance development and take-up.

Download the document now 124Kb PDF

Comments: (0)

White Paper resources
See all White Paper resources »
Using social media to define a better customer banking experience
/white paper

Using social media to define a better customer banking experience

Finextra sat down with Keith Moor, CMO, Santander UK to discuss how retail banking in the mobile channel will change within the next two to five years, how the advent of smartphones has created more choice for the consumer in how they interact with their bank and how Santander worked with Facebook to learn what their customers want from banking channels.

The Innovation Game: Escaping Legacy with New Technology
/white paper

The Innovation Game: Escaping Legacy with New Technology

Banks need to innovate but are held back by layers of legacy technology which inhibits their ability to adapt and evolve. How can they implement change without risking the stable operation of core systems and services? This report provides the answers to this vital question.

MiFID II Transaction Reporting: Be in Control
/white paper

MiFID II Transaction Reporting: Be in Control

Like many other regulations coming into force in the next 36 months, MiFID II is calling for enhanced monitoring, transparency and control of the end-to-end trade lifecycle.