Open Banking in Australia - An Open Forum

  • By WSO2 Team
  • 23 Aug, 2018
On-Demand Webinar

Open Banking in Australia - An Open Forum

Webinar Slides

Project deadlines that span a year or two aren’t usually nerve-racking. But, when it means making a significant change to your business strategy, internal systems, and technology infrastructure, it can become a head-scratcher. This is probably where the banks in Australia stand. Banks are figuring their way around it and there’s a lot to learn. Regardless, no one wants to fall victim and everyone wants to conquer open banking

This session is hosted by Finance Edge, sponsors of Open Banking Australia. It covers;

  • A Reality Check - Where banks stand in their open banking journeys
  • The Problem Children - What challenges they are facing
  • The Gold Stars - Critical success factors for a killer open banking strategy
  • A Whole New World - The potential of an open data world


James Bligh Lead of the API Standards Working Group for the Consumer Data Standards, Data61

James has worked in the Software industry for over twenty years. For the last seven years he has helped shape the Digital transformation at the National Australia Bank where API development was a key focus. He is now the Co-Founder of RedCrew, a company that helps large corporations speed up their Digital journey. He is also working for Data61 as the Lead of the API Standards Working Group. In this role he is leading the creation of the first API standard to be mandated by the Australian Federal Government under the newly defined Consumer Data Right.

Seshika Fernando Head - Financial Solutions, WSO2

Seshika heads the financial solutions team at WSO2 where she builds financial industry-specific solutions using WSO2’s middleware platform. She also works closely with potential customers looking to deploy a financial solution, providing ongoing consulting. Throughout her career, she has had extensive experience in providing technology for investment banks, regulators and stock exchanges from across the globe.