Open banking offers opportunities for everyone

1 min read|Published November 07, 2018

We sat down with payments and PSD2 expert from the Bank of Ireland, Julie Connor, to discuss the opportunities of open banking and the strengths of standardisation.

“I think the opportunities are there for everybody in the ecosystem. I think for the traditional players’ banks; for the fintechs or the people who have been disrupting for years, and not just in the last few years; and also, most importantly, for our customers.”

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