Open Banking Exchange (OBE) brings market players together to provide a collaborative environment for exchanging experiences and solving problems for Open Banking. With guidance, standards, and tools, we turn vision into operational reality.
We help regulators, self-regulated organisations (SROs) and national communities implement effective and interoperable open solutions based on jurisdiction neutral technology frameworks.
Open banking or open finance is a game changer, whether we are talking about banking, insurance, pensions, or other parts of the finance industry.
As experts in the industry, we talk about “read/write” APIs or “Payment Initiation” and “Account Information” services.
But the millions of people using services that are enabled by open finance see a different reality. What does that mean in the real world? How can I benefit from open banking?
OBE has been answered these questions by studying hundreds of FinTechs and service providers and looking at what they offer to consumers, small businesses, and enterprises.
These use cases are documented and categorised in the OBE open finance Use Cases dictionary, which we update on an ongoing basis.
In this webinar, OBE presented a selection of open finance use cases that it found and their real-world implication and significance, comparing examples from Asia and around the globe.