Upcoming Webinar: Open Banking is Big. Here's Why Open Finance is Bigger.

Open banking initiatives across the globe are enabling consumers to share their account and transaction data with third parties, increasing opportunities to deliver innovative new fintech products and facilitating collaboration between financial institutions and fintechs. But this is only the beginning. The open banking movement promises to be part of a much larger open finance trend, and in this webinar you’ll learn why and what open finance means for you and your business.

Join us to see how open finance and access to alternative data can revolutionize customer experiences related to insurance, utilities, and telecommunications, and other industries and sectors. Learn what type of data could potentially be included in open finance and how this data can be safely used to spur innovation, improve efficiencies, increase demand, support consumer decision-making, and improve customer relationships.

Attendees will learn:
  • How open finance is evolving around the world and in the U.S.
  • How access to alternative data can transform the customer experience
  • Why industries like insurance, utilities, and lending benefit from open finance
  • How open finance could encompass mortgage info, pensions, investments, and insurance policies
  • How to position yourself on the leading edge of open finance
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  • Dawn Sirras, SVP FinTech Partnerships, Constellation Digital Partners
  • David Nohe, CEO, FinGoal
  • Brian Costello, VP, Data Strategy and Strategic Initiatives, Envestnet | Yodlee
  • Jenn Underwood, Moderator
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