Member Meeting: Monthly Roundtable

In this OBE Europe member meeting, we looked back on what was achieved in December and where we were heading. In particular, we looked at the latest updates on Dispute Management, Open Banking Schemes and the Plans for 2022.

Whilst the world delt with uncertainty, Open Banking gained more traction.   

The growth was not without some challenges, as it exposed some weaknesses in the industry either related to lack of guidance, differences in positions or different expectations.  

On Friday 16 December 2021, Open Banking Exchange Europe held a member roundtable looking back on what was achieved, and where we are heading. Namely, the latest updates on Dispute Management, Open Banking Schemes and the Plans for 2022. 

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