On-Demand Webinar

Explore WSO2 Open Banking 3.0—Compliance & Agility

Thursday, June 10, 2021

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Open banking is now firmly established as a strategic enabler for banks to deliver personalized experiences faster, create new higher-value revenue streams, and cut costs.

WSO2 Open Banking 3.0 is designed:

  • To help banks rapidly compose, host, and securely expose services, APIs and event streams to explore the commercial benefits of open banking, and
  • Help our partners deliver end-to-end compliance solutions in any market ahead of the competition..

During the webinar, we will cover:
  • New APIM and IAM capabilities including Async APIs, API Analytics-as-a-Service, symmetric key encryption, and more user-friendly consoles and templates bringing agility and security to your open banking initiatives
  • Out-of-the-box compliance support for the UK Open Banking Standard, the Australian Consumer Data Standards, and the Berlin Group NextGenPSD2 Implementation Framework
  • Our new modular architecture slashing time-to-market and cost for partners to deliver end-to-end compliance in any market
  • A sneak peek into our roadmap
Who should attend:
  • Architects
  • CIOs & CTOs
  • Open Banking Project Leads
  • WSO2 Customer & Partners

Presented by

Kasun Dharmadasa

Kasun Dharmadasa

Associate Technical Lead, WSO2

Kasun is an Associate Technical Lead in the BFSI team. He focuses on the architectural aspects of the WSO2 Open Banking solution. Kasun has been involved with multiple Open Banking deployments in the UK, EU, and the Middle East. Prior to Open Banking, Kasun has been working in the WSO2 Platform Security team and has been responsible for maintaining the security of WSO2 products.

Sachini Siriwardene

Sachini Siriwardene

Senior Software Engineer & Release Manager, WSO2

Sachini is a Senior Software Engineer in the BFSI team at WSO2. She is actively involved in product development relating to the Open Banking Standard in the UK and the Australian Consumer Data Standards. Sachini interacts closely with CSIRO’s Data61, the data standards body in Australia, via issues raised, feedback, and working groups.