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In this current era of digitalization and personalization, the concept of open banking has been rapidly disclosed among experts, and perhaps consumers. The term itself refers to a business model where data can be exchanged in order to be used for various inquiries inside the financial ecosystem.

With the rise of consumers’ demand in regards to financial ecosystem digitalization, it is expected that the financial trends, like payment initiation, online loans, e-commerce utilization, and others will exponentially increase in terms of number of users and also transaction volume.

Banks and fintech are expected to accommodate these demands with key innovations, specifically in Open Banking and Open API, to maximize both business growth and financial inclusion in Indonesia.

Join us at this webinar as Mambu, Brankas and Asosiasi Fintech Indonesia (AFTECH) jointly share our views on:

  • Indonesia’s Open banking policy development.
  • Observations of the open banking landscape, from Europe’s adoption to Indonesia’s current situation.
  • What are the advantages for banks who embraces open banking?

Monday, 21 June 2021

11.00am - 12.00pm Indochina Time (ICT) / 12.00pm - 1.00pm Singapore Time (SGT)

Open banking in Indonesia: Lessons learned and what to expect

Meet the speakers.

General Manager, Mambu Australia and New Zealand

Kristofer is the General Manager for Australia and New Zealand at Mambu, the cloud-native digital banking platform and is instrumental in solidifying Mambu’s presence in this region. In November 2019, he was named the Start-Up Executive of the Year at the CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards for his work as the CEO of Split Payments. Kris was the driving force behind Split Payments’ success and transformation into a key player in direct debit and real-time payments solutions. Kris is recognised as an innovator in the tech industry and a thought leader in emerging payments and, specifically, open banking.

Kristofer Rogers, General Manager, Mambu Australia and New Zealand

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