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Personal finance app Yolt has decided to remove support for HSBC credit cards and savings accounts, following PSD2 developments.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) commenced a Call for Input (CfI) on opportunities created by Open Finance.
Pressure is mounting for PNC Bank after it locked out clients from using bill-splitting app Venmo, but the affair also highlights a the question of whether open banking should be introduced in the US.
First Investment Bank (Fibank) has released the first open banking platform in Bulgaria.
Big lender HSBC has taken another step towards re-imagining its offering for the 21st century by leveraging MuleSoft’s application-building platform.
Salt Edge has released a new open source tool to support strong customer authentication (SCA) and dynamic linking processes.
MAP FinTech’s new product helps businesses deal with the EU’s complicated Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II). However, developing it was far from easy.
Nearly half of UK consumers are likely to abandon future purchases if they are faced with a multi-step authentication process, a study from Forter claims.
The Financial Market Supervision in Austria (FMA) has issued a temporary extension for PSD2 interfaces, to ensure a seamless functioning of payment transactions.