The Open Bank Project Wins Best Technology Provider For Open API Standards at Global Open Banking Awards
The Open Bank project has been selected as the winner of the first FDATA Open Banking Awards for showing innovation whilst supporting Open Banking Standards, especially digital identity, authentication and API technology.
4 Regulatory Approaches to Encourage the Growth of Open Banking
Open banking is on the march around the world, with or without the input of regulators. The promise of open banking is that customers will gain more control of their data in order to share it with third parties, and banks will gain new revenue streams as their services proliferate to more endpoints.
The Open Bank Project Enters Agreement to Support 86 400 Ahead of Upcoming Launch
Open Bank Project, the leading open source application programming interface (“API”) solution for banks, recently entered an agreement with soon-to-be-launched 86 400.
Open Bank Project collaborates with Red Hat to Deliver Next Generation Open Banking Solutions
The leading provider of open source API solutions for banks joins forces with a leading enterprise software company to help banks embrace open banking
¿Qué es el Open Bank Project y cómo las APIs abiertas están cambiando a la banca?
Open Bank Project “es una API de código abierto y también es una tienda de aplicaciones que permite a los bancos aprovechar el talento y el desarrollo de terceros para mejorar sus productos y servicios para clientes”.
Open Bank Project powers FinTech APIs for 86 400, Challenger to the Big 4 in Australia
86 400 will use Open Bank Project API definitions to standardise and harmonise its API design, enabling access to a global network of over 10,000 FinTech developers.
Imminent lender 86 400 has signed an agreement with an open banking API specialist to power its platform
Founders Anthony Thomson, former ANZ Japan CEO Robert Bell and ex-Cuscal CIO Brian Parker are gearing up to launch 86 400 (signifying the number of seconds in a day), after signing a deal with Berlin-based Open Bank Project (OBP) that will see the banking platform powered by OBP’s API.
Red Hat and Open Bank Project team for nex-gen open banking offering
The Open Bank Project, an open source API solution for banks, has launched a new API offering for banks and financial institutions, developed with Red Hat, an open source tech specialist.
Open Bank Project Collaborates with Open Source Software Company Red Hat
Open source API innovator, TESOBE’s Open Bank Project, announced it has teamed up with Red Hat this week. The two are collaborating on a new API specifically designed for banking and financial services companies.
Oz challenger bank 86 400 signs on with Open Bank Project
86 400, an Australian banking startup led by a host of industry heavyweights, has inked a deal with open source API specialists Open Bank Project.
Open banking is coming, but it’s taking its time
Slow to take off, open banking could yet transform financial services and offer better deals for banking customers
Open Bank Project to Present Demo at Finovate Fall, Showcasing Open Banking Utilization by 10,000+ Developers Worldwide
Berlin-based software company TESOBE, the founder and driving force behind the Open Bank Project, today announces an upcoming demonstration of its Open Banking platform at FinovateFall in New York City on Sept. 25.
Open Bank Project Teams Up with Fintech Accelerator
INV Fintech, the global fintech accelerator, and the Open Bank Project, the leading open API solution for banks, have teamed up to release an Industry Sandbox for the US.
Tesobe powers Santander’s first hackathon
The bank will leverage the Open Bank Project’s white-labeled sandbox technology and expertise to host the competition, themed “Building Banking Your Way”
TESOBE’s Open Bank Project Powering Santander’s First Hackathon
Courtesy of help from TESOBE’s Open Bank Project, Santander is hosting its first hackathon this spring
Santander Hackathon 2018: Building Banking Your Way
Calling all developers and future FinTech entrepreneurs to join us on March 16th -18th, 2018 at Huckletree Shoreditch in London.
Improving life with data, an Australian Payments Council hackathon
The Australian Payments Council, which counts the country’s largest financial institutions among its members, will host a data sharing hackathon between 11th and 13th August 2017
Australian Payments Council to run two-day hackathon
The hackathon – an intense marathon of ideas generation and software creation – is being driven by the Australian Payments Council which counts as its members ANZ, Bendigo, Coles, CBA, Cuscal, NAB, eftpos, Mastercard, Reserve Bank of Australia, Suncorp, Tyro Payments, and Westpac.
SocGen to run internal hackathon with Open Bank Project
The Open Bank Project, leading API solution for banks, has partnered with Societe Generale Group, one of the largest European financial services groups, to hold an internal hackathon focused on Open Banking
JB Financial invites applicants for South Korean hackathon
In the first global hackathon devoted to the banking industry of South Korea, the JB Financial Group, 2e & TESOBE/Open Bank Project are proud to announce the BiSang hackathon (‘Quantum Leap’ in Korean) aimed at global start-ups, developers and individuals
How is big data transforming the financial sector?
New fintech firms are more modular and flexible, argue Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan Liebenau
Emirates NBD launches global challenge for fintech startups
Middle East banking powerhouse Emirates NBD is inviting fintech startups from around the world to take part in a competition to design digital financial services tools for the chance to win cash prizes.
Hackers desenvolvem novos serviços e produtos para bancos
Hackers e bancos nunca tiveram um bom relacionamento, mas isso está mudando. Há três anos, a organização Open Bank Project organiza o “Hack the bank”, maratona hacker — conhecida como hackathon — para o desenvolvimento de novas tecnologias para o setor financeiro.
Will Banks Become App Stores? This De Novo Wants To
For years, banks have — sometimes begrudgingly — allowed customers to share account data with other companies. Now, a startup bank across the Atlantic says it will not only tolerate such sharing but encourage it.