Articles with tag: data sharing

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China's petrochemical industry rolls out blockchain warehouse receipt financing trade

16 Oct 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

China's petrochemical industry has seen its first digital warehouse receipt pledge financing transaction that integrates blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) technology successfully implemented in China.

supply chain finance, digitalisation, blockchain, IoT, financing settlements, warehouse receipts, order financing, data sharing, PBoC, Sinochem Energy High-Tech

IMB Bank introduces data sharing platform based on Open Banking

06 Oct 2020 | Payments General

Australia-based IMB Bank has announced plans to introduce data sharing platform based on Open Banking.

IMB Bank, open banking, API, data, data sharing platform, bank account, transactions

The Global Open Banking Report 2020 – Beyond Open Banking, Into the Open Finance and Open Data Economy

01 Oct 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

The Global Open Banking Report 2020 follows the journey from Open Banking to Open Finance and Open Data Economy and provides key insights about the benefits of Open Finance for different areas of financial service

Open Banking, Open Finance, Open Data, data, digitalisation, payments, merchants, corporates, SMEs, fintech, innovation, banks, financial inclusion, security, agile, fraud prevention, standardisation, third party providers, API, cash management, personal finance management, use cases, account aggregation, request to pay, compliance, regulation, onboarding, partnership, developers, treasury, account-to-account payments, coronavirus, covid-19, pandemic, actionable insights, consumers, mapping, data sharing, finance, banking, know your customer, KYC, credit scoring, TPP checking, repository, API security, authentication, strong customer authentication, lending, affordability, savings, insurance, Data Strategy, banking-as-a-service, core banking, risk management, payment initiation, consent, customer experience, open payments

EU to force bigtech companies to share data: FT

30 Sep 2020 | Online Payments

The European Union (EU) has announced plans to force big technology companies to share their customer data with smaller rivals, the Financial Times reported.

data, bigtechs, EU, data sharing, user consent, data symmetry

Ping Identity launches updated sandbox for open banking in Australia

31 Aug 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Ping Identity has announced an update to its Australia-based Consumer Data Right (CDR) sandbox environment enabling financial institutions to accelerate open banking implementation.

Ping Identity, sandbox, open banking, Australia, Consumer Data Right, banks, fintech, financial institutions, CDR rules, data, DevOps, concurrent consent, data holder, data sharing

Facebook pushes for data portability legislation

21 Aug 2020 | Payments General

Facebook has pushed for legislation that enables users to transfer photos and videos to a rival tech platform.

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Apple, data, data portability, data sharing, GDPR, US

Australia introduces Consumer Data Right for data sharing

03 Jul 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched the mandatory Competition and Consumer (Consumer Data Right) Rules.

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, ACCC, Competition and Consumer Rules, Consumer Data Right, data sharing, banking, Australia, banking data, credit cards, debit cards

Japan to make it convenient for banks to invest in fintech via new rules

11 May 2020 | Payments General

Japan has been reportedly planning to ease its investment rules and requirements, to make it more convenient for banks to invest in fintech companies.

Japan, fintech, lending, banking, rules, data sharing

Brazil's blockchain data tool cost USD 250K

13 Apr 2020 | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement

Brazilian financial regulators’ new PIER data-sharing blockchain has cost about USD 250,000 to build and it runs on the Quorum blockchain.

cloud computing, blockchain, quorum, banking, invoicing, data registry, Brazil, PIER, data sharing

Apple Card changes its privacy policy to share data with Goldman Sachs

26 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Apple has announced it is changing the privacy policy of its Apple Card in order to share more user data with its financial partner, Goldman Sachs.

Apple Card, privacy, data sharing, Goldman Sachs, personal information

Video interview with Julia Janssen on how 'we have been enslaved by data business'

23 Mar 2020 | Payments General

During Data Sharing Days, 2020, The Paypers interviewed Julia Janssen, one of the most influential Dutch artists of her generation and initiator of the 0.0146 seconds project

Data Sharing Days, data privacy, digital identity, data sovereignty, Julia Janssen, big techs, Innopay

Digital lender Molo signs up to Experian's open banking software

10 Feb 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

UK-based digital buy-to-let lender Molo has announced signing up to Experian’s open banking platform.

Molo, Experian, open banking, digital buy-to-let, buy-to-let, digital lender, open banking platform, UK, United Kingdom, open API, data sharing, expenditure, transactional data

CBA condemns screen scrapping in Australia

05 Feb 2020 | Payments General

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has publicly hit back against voices in the fintech sector advocating to legitimise screen scraping.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Matt Comyn, screen scraping, Consumer Data Right, open banking, open APIs, data security, data sharing,

Data Sharing Days 2020 - in conversation with the co-hosts

05 Feb 2020 | Payments General

‘Afsprakenstelsel’ could be the next Dutch word to go global!

INNOPAY, Mariane ter Veen, Everything Transactions, Douwe Lycklama, Data Sharing, iSHARE, trust, Data Sharing Days

Data Sharing Days 2020 – or how I learned that data is more than a four-letter word

04 Feb 2020 | Payments General

What is the connection between number 55, rock music, and Afsprakenstelsel? The Data Sharing Days Conference, held in rainy Hague.

Afsprakenstelsel, payment, logistics, technology, energy, data sovereignty, data privacy, data, INNOPAY, Data Sharing, Mariane ter Veen, iShare

Codat joins Temenos MarketPlace to boost banking services for SMEs

27 Jan 2020 | Payments General

Temenos has announced that universal API and financial integration provider Codat has joined Temenos MarketPlace, IBS Intelligence reports.

Temenos, Codat, SMEs, banking, data sharing

Can data sharing and trust be put in the same bowl? – interview with Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY

13 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY, shared with The Paypers her thoughts on key issues including the need for data sovereignty, trust, and soft infrastructures

Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY, data sharing, trust, identity, transactions, risks, GDPR, sovereignty, regulations, digital economy, iSHARE, authentication, authorisation

JPMorgan might ban fintech apps from using customer passwords to access their bank accounts

06 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

JPMorgan Chase has announced plans to ban fintech apps from using customer passwords to access their bank accounts and data.

mobile banking, data sharing, security, fraud prevention, passwords, fintech, bank accounts, JPMorgan Chase

The FCA investigates wider application of open finance

17 Dec 2019 | Payments General

According to Reuters, the UK Financial Conduct Authority has started investigating how open finance can be extended to cross-sector services.

Financial Conduct Authority, open banking, FCA, open finance, data sharing, open data economy, insurance, mortgages, investments, pensions, consumer credit, UK, United Kingdom, PSD2

Open Banking consumer education: Fear of fun?

16 Dec 2019 | Online & Mobile Banking

Mariane ter Veen, INNOPAY, paints for The Paypers' readers an overview of Open Banking and the banks' roles towards this initiative and towards consumer education

Mariane ter Veen, data sharing, INNOPAY, Open Banking, banks, PSD2, risks, sandbox, monetisation, API, data exchange, payments