OPEN BANKING WORLD CONGRESS / 2020

12 - 13 May, London

Gold Sponsor:

WS02

WSO2 is the #1 open source integration vendor. It offers a complete platform that enables businesses to integrate, manage, govern and process any application, data or system—on-premises or in the cloud. Enterprises and governments across the world rely on WSO2’s consulting and subscriptions that accelerate the evolution of any digital native initiative. Today, over 450 enterprise customers representing the world’s best brands, process more than 5 trillion transactions through WSO2 each year.

www.wso2.com

Silver Sponsors:

Akana

Akana provides an end-to-end API management solution for designing, implementing, securing, managing, monitoring, and publishing APIs. Ranked by Forrester as a leader and the top vendor for API security, Akana has proven tools to take your APIs from strategy and design to deployment and optimization.

APIMetrics

APImetrics offers the only intelligent, analytics-driven API performance solution built specifically for the enterprise. By interfacing with all current and legacy API protocols, APImetrics helps CIOs, customer success teams, developers and vendors know if their APIs are performing as designed. Monitoring is supported by analytics and fully customizable downtime alerts to deliver the actionable intelligence needed by the enterprise to meet service level agreements and customer expectations. APImetrics is currently being used by a variety of companies including global banks, multiple telecoms carriers, Philips Signifiy and Microsoft. The company is headquartered in Seattle, WA. More information is available at APImetrics.io

Supporting Sponsors:

Experian

At Experian, we understand the transformative power of data. Every day, we help people and businesses use data to make better decisions and turn insights into action. Our innovative technologies are transforming the way the world looks at credit, leveraging the power of data to help people and businesses thrive in the digital economy. We recognise that behind every individual piece of data is a real person. That’s why we’re committed to data privacy, security and transparency, and why we’re vigilant when it comes to protecting identities.

https://www.experian.co.uk

 

Open Vector

Open Vector is a consultancy firm specialising in open banking (finance). It is recognised as a subject matter expert due to its hands on experience in the UK open banking initiative and in Mexico but also with a global view on how this movement is being implemented and its benefits. Open Vector understands the various pillars required to implement or to take advantage of this global movement. Our expertise lies in commercial strategy, technical architecture, data standards, and legal/regulatory aspects. Based on this experience, we also offer an open banking (finance) platform providing firms and/or countries with a cutting edge platform that has all of the key elements and services to bring firms of any size to the forefront or a country seeking a robust hub solution. Open Vector is driven by social and financial inclusion with the customer at the core.

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Sponsor Feedback from the 2019 congress

Conversations are now underway with existing and new sponsors. We work together on tailored involvements that showcase their expertise and propositions in highly effective, impactful, ways.

We work extremely hard to ensure that our sponsors see a real return on investment. Please contact us today to discuss what that would mean for you.

Either complete the form on the right or contact Nick Cabrera for a friendly chat:

+44 (0) 20 3397 7458 nick@finance-edge.com



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