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How to Surf the Open Banking Tsunami

Rare Insights for Fast API Dev

The Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) for Open Banking is now a binding E.U. regulation. After several compliance deadline extensions, it finally became law on New Year’s Day 2021. And, as a study completed this month reveals, it’s now the eye of a perfect Banking Storm – because banks are still grappling with the technology projects required to comply.

Also, as Open Banking transforms financial services, many will find it tough to surf the tsunami of product and service innovation, offering their customers unlimited choice and control over everything from account aggregation and payments to FX and loyalty.

  • Simplifying and speeding up all key transaction-data sharing projects by 40% while consuming less resources.

  • Enabling faster delivery of robust, innovative, personalised products and services to keep up with and ride the Fintech wave

Chay Thornhill

Chay has +25 years of experience as a technical creative leader with expertise in providing innovative data solutions to address application data bottlenecks. He worked at IBM for 11 years, and then for a number of leading investment banks. He managed the Data Services team at Fidelity International, focusing on the availability of Production data, when he discovered Delphix.  He wrote the business case, gained approval and managed the implementation of Delphix at Fidelity. The Delphix Data Platform has developed into an intelligent solution enabling digital transformation, and now Chay manages the Solutions Engineering team at Delphix. Having been a customer he has a great view of how companies can help accelerate application development whilst removing data bottlenecks.

Kobi Korsah

As Principal Product Marketing Manager, Kobi's insight-led approach and thought-provoking opinions on the business value of being data-driven in every context helps Delphix audiences across the globe to appreciate the power of a smarter DataOps approach. Before Delphix his twenty-five years of enterprise software industry experience – spanning customer-facing disciplines – helped guide vendors across software markets to succeed with market-shaping data management solutions.