The community will help foster collaboration between founders of disruptive financial services firms and other industry participants to progress the Open Finance agenda
Digital transformation consultancy Woodhurst has launched a new Open Finance community named Shift. The community includes founders and leadership teams from some of the UK’s leading FinTechs in the Open Finance space.
Open Finance considers how customers will be able to take control of their data and easily execute payments across all areas of financial services so that new, innovative solutions can be created. It is an extension of the open agenda beyond simply Open Banking, to encompass savings, investments, mortgages, credit, pensions and insurance, for both individuals and businesses. Financial data such as mortgages, savings, pensions, insurance and consumer credit or basically your entire financial footprint could be opened up to trusted third party APIs, with user consent.
The innovation presents major opportunities to financial services operators, but before its potential can be realised, collaboration, partnerships and integrations will be essential in the effort to push the Open Finance agenda forward. To help organisations see Open Finance reach this point, Woodhurst Consulting has the new Open Finance network.
The community will help foster collaboration between founders of disruptive financial services firms and other industry participants to progress the Open Finance agenda by tackling specific, member-identified challenges. It will also provide unique access to industry and organisational leaders who collectively want to solve the challenges that Open Finance presents.
Josh Rix, Co-Founder Woodhurst Consulting, commented: The evolution of Open Banking towards Open Finance will require collaboration and a concerted effort across the industry. Woodhurst created Shift to allow diverse industry participants to work together and push the Open Finance agenda forward at a greater pace.
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