Which APIs? Which Business Models? A Real-World Guide for Bangladesh Banks

  • Emerging API-based business models for banks
  • The steps towards maturity in API adoption in the banking industry
  • How to choose an API strategy and business model suitable to your bank’s unique goals and commercial situation
  • Case studies and insights from WSO2's API platform and open banking deployments around the world

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

03.00 p.m. - 04.30 p.m. (BST)

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The adoption of APIs and microservices in the banking sector has seen rapid growth. While internal APIs are now commonplace, open APIs for collaboration with fintech and other partners grew 269% globally in 2020 alone according to Platformable.

Driven by expectations of convenience and personalized experiences by a young digitally savvy consumer base, demand for access to financial services by the unbanked, and the broad impacts of COVID, banks are prioritizing transformation initiatives. These are most often built around a foundation of API-based technical platforms, new business models, and internal cultural realignment.

Through this webinar, learn how banks of different sizes can choose between different API-enabled business models to cut costs, streamline internal workflows and deliver better consumer experiences.

Who should attend:
  • CxOs interested in streamlining internal processes and building a competitive edge in emerging digital ecosystems
  • Technology and innovation leads tasked with designing and implementing digital transformation initiatives

Presented by

Seshika Fernando

Seshika Fernando

Vice President and Head of BFSI Practice, 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. She has had extensive experience in providing technology for investment banks, regulators, and stock exchanges from across the globe throughout her career.