Open Banking Implementation Entity

The Open Banking Implementation Entity was created by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority in 2016 to create software standards and industry guidelines that drive competition and innovation in UK retail banking.

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Articles Featuring Open Banking Implementation Entity

Fintech’s biggest hires and departures of 2022

3rd January 2023 | Amelia Isaacs

Lloyds picks up AJ Bell as an Open Banking client 

25th August 2022 | Will McCurdy

UK nabs top spot in open banking league table

7th July 2022 | Will McCurdy

Exclusive: UK reaches 6m open banking users

17th June 2022 | Amelia Isaacs

Regulators call for action in open finance

28th April 2022 | Amelia Isaacs

UK reaches milestone of 5 million open banking users

18th February 2022 | Oliver Smith

2021 in quotes: Part 2

14th January 2022 | John Reynolds

Fintech’s biggest hires and departures of 2021

20th December 2021 | John Reynolds

UK Open Banking is at a crossroads

11th October 2021 | Nick Caley

Study: SMEs using open banking more than ever 

8th December 2020 | Aisling Finn

Open Banking just got its own App Store

9th June 2020 | Oliver Smith

Will Open Banking boom in 2019?

25th February 2019 | Steven Bisoffi

Business lender iwoca expands Open Banking connections

12th December 2018 | George Geddes

Metro Bank opens developer portal

13th July 2018 | Ryan Weeks

Open Banking APIs: The holy grail for developers?

17th April 2018 | Anita Hawser