Mastercard are at the heart of Open Banking with our market-leading applications and services.
Open Banking Connect
A universal connection to financial institutions’ Open Banking functionality, providing third parties with scale, resilience and speed to market.
Open Banking Protect
Verification of third-party certificate and regulatory status which provides near to real time checking of TPP registration and helping ASPS comply.
Open Banking Resolve
A centralised enquiry and dispute resolution service to provide clarity, consistency and transparency for all participants in the Open Banking ecosystem.
Professional advice and hands-on support to help financial institutions define and execute a strategy to thrive in the Open Banking ecosystem
Moneyhub is the leading Open Finance platform that enhances the lifetime financial wellness of people, their communities and their businesses. Moneyhub’s APIs and white label solutions power businesses – both from within and from outside of financial services – with data connections and intelligence, leveraging Open Banking payments to enable hyper-personalised experiences that drive customer engagement.
The company takes consumer data security seriously and has been instrumental in the roll-out of Open Banking from its beginning. Founded in 2009, Moneyhub is authorised as AISP and PISP by the FCA, ISO-27001 certified, a founding member of FDTA and a member of EMA
Open51 is the association of women delivering Open Finance. The group promotes the expertise of the women – technologists, entrepreneurs and business innovators – who are at the forefront of establishing the new data-driven era of financial services. Open51 members cover the full range of functions and sectors being transformed by Open Finance. They have the knowledge and understanding required to maximise the opportunities and mitigate the risks of the innovations that are enabling the burgeoning open data economy. They understand the importance of eradicating data bias and the gender data gap and that the full potential of open finance can only be realised if the data underlying its products and services is robust – accurate, comprehensive and without bias.