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Infographic: Not your average open banking glossary

Infographic: Not your average open banking glossary


To complement our popular open banking ebook, we needed a glossary. But scores of nearly identical open banking and PSD2 glossaries have existed online for years. We wanted – and needed – something better.

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Snippet: These days, we’re more likely to leave home without our wallets than our mobile phones. But, while there’s no doubting the convenience of digital banking, there are an awful lot of stories in the news about accounts drained of funds in phishing scams, SIM-swap attacks, and malware-powered account takeovers.

These days, we’re more likely to leave home without our wallets than our mobile phones. But, while there’s no doubting the convenience of digital banking, there are an awful lot of stories in the news about accounts drained of funds in phishing scams, SIM-swap attacks, and malware-powered account takeovers.

Snippet: Two decades after its inception, the humble quick response (QR) code is growing in popularity amongst merchants and shoppers, shaking up the payments scene and forcing banks and regulators to sit up and take notice. No longer just used for payments, these two-dimensional codes are popping up everywhere, quickly becoming the darling of mobile payments’ methods.

Two decades after its inception, the humble quick response (QR) code is growing in popularity amongst merchants and shoppers, shaking up the payments scene and forcing banks and regulators to sit up and take notice. No longer just used for payments, these two-dimensional codes are popping up everywhere, quickly becoming the darling of mobile payments’ methods.

Snippet: The global pandemic has accelerated the adoption of mobile and online banking faster than anyone could have imagined. But fraud has also kept pace as bad actors play the numbers game, launching huge volleys of cybercrime attempts. Perhaps now is the time to involve the customer through “intelligent friction” to thwart fraudsters efforts.

The global pandemic has accelerated the adoption of mobile and online banking faster than anyone could have imagined. But fraud has also kept pace as bad actors play the numbers game, launching huge volleys of cybercrime attempts. Perhaps now is the time to involve the customer through “intelligent friction” to thwart fraudsters efforts.

Snippet: A bank is only as successful as the depth of its customers’ trust. With new players venturing into the realm of financial services and competing for customers, banks have reached a critical juncture in their digital transformation journey. Rik Coeckelbergs of The Banking Scene looks at how traditional financial services providers could safeguard the longstanding bonds of trust they share with their customers and increase their relevance in the era of open banking.

A bank is only as successful as the depth of its customers’ trust. With new players venturing into the realm of financial services and competing for customers, banks have reached a critical juncture in their digital transformation journey. Rik Coeckelbergs of The Banking Scene looks at how traditional financial services providers could safeguard the longstanding bonds of trust they share with their customers and increase their relevance in the era of open banking.

Snippet: Entersekt asked AMI to explain how Brazil’s incoming instant payment system works. As a global specialist in user authentication and secure QR payments, we support the Brazilian Central Bank’s vision of a nation-wide digital payments system, free and as accessible to the unbanked as it is to cardholders.

Entersekt asked AMI to explain how Brazil’s incoming instant payment system works. As a global specialist in user authentication and secure QR payments, we support the Brazilian Central Bank’s vision of a nation-wide digital payments system, free and as accessible to the unbanked as it is to cardholders.

Snippet: Exceptionally challenging on so many fronts, 2020’s wholesale upsetting of everyday life impacted financial services and payments pretty much immediately. e-Commerce and digital banking rates skyrocketed, especially among demographics who had previously stuck with cash and in-branch shopping, but then so did fraud, an age-old problem that intensified during the pandemic.

Exceptionally challenging on so many fronts, 2020’s wholesale upsetting of everyday life impacted financial services and payments pretty much immediately. e-Commerce and digital banking rates skyrocketed, especially among demographics who had previously stuck with cash and in-branch shopping, but then so did fraud, an age-old problem that intensified during the pandemic.

Snippet: The story behind digital authentication sounds familiar. Except, it didn’t start in a garage or basement, but in an MIT lab in 1961. There, a group of computer scientists got together and devised the concept of passwords. Little did they know the anguish it would cause over the next 50 years!

The story behind digital authentication sounds familiar. Except, it didn’t start in a garage or basement, but in an MIT lab in 1961. There, a group of computer scientists got together and devised the concept of passwords. Little did they know the anguish it would cause over the next 50 years!

Snippet: Sure, banks need to digitize if they’re to meet their customers’ needs. It’s not that simple, though. Those same customers also want to feel secure and enjoy smooth-as-silk, cross-channel digital banking experiences. So, what happens when regulatory standards and mandates demand a change of course?

Sure, banks need to digitize if they’re to meet their customers’ needs. It’s not that simple, though. Those same customers also want to feel secure and enjoy smooth-as-silk, cross-channel digital banking experiences. So, what happens when regulatory standards and mandates demand a change of course?

Snippet: In 2020, for the first time ever, banking apps have overtaken all other banking channels as the one that survey respondents say they use the most. In this article we share highlights on how central banking apps have become to consumers’ financial lives in the wake of the pandemic.

In 2020, for the first time ever, banking apps have overtaken all other banking channels as the one that survey respondents say they use the most. In this article we share highlights on how central banking apps have become to consumers’ financial lives in the wake of the pandemic.

Snippet: If we were to assign 2020 its very own buzzword, it’d have to be “Coronavirus”. Yes, we’re all tired of hearing it but globally the impact of the outbreak has been immense – and it’s far from over. For e-commerce and digital banking, though, there has been an undeniable silver lining: an upsurge in online activity.

If we were to assign 2020 its very own buzzword, it’d have to be “Coronavirus”. Yes, we’re all tired of hearing it but globally the impact of the outbreak has been immense – and it’s far from over. For e-commerce and digital banking, though, there has been an undeniable silver lining: an upsurge in online activity.

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