Open Banking Working Group
Background and mission
In 2013, the EBA launched the Electronic Alternative Payments Working Group (e-APWG), which focused on electronic alternative payments innovations in the consumer and retail e-commerce space.
Subsequent analysis shifted to delivering a framework for improving interaction between payments services operating in different service layers. The result was a conceptual framework called Digital Customer Services Interface (DCSI), which bridges the gap between electronic alternative payments methods offered in the services layer and the traditional payment systems operating in the infrastructure layer.
From there, the working group’s focus moved to the strategic implications of using Open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) in the open banking context. In 2016, the working group was renamed Open Banking Working Group to better reflect its research focus. The working group has published several papers dealing with various aspects of open banking, zooming in to data opportunities in particular.
For more information on the Open Banking Working Group, please click here: Terms of Reference.
The working group has recently released its new report "Digital trust and the banking sector" that will be presented to EBA Members in a webcast on Tuesday, 15 September at 16:00 CET or on Wednesday, 16 September at 10:00 CET. Click to register for one of the two webinar sessions.
On "Digital trust and the banking sector: towards a trust advantage in the digital economy"
On "Artificial Intelligence in the era of Open Banking"
On B2B data sharing
On Open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
- Data Exploration Opportunities in Corporate Banking
- Open Banking: advancing customer-centricity
- Webinar series on understanding the business relevance of Open APIs and Open Banking: Presentation slides
- Understanding the business relevance of Open APIs and Open Banking for banks
On the Digital Customer Service Interface (DCSI)
- Explaining the Digital Customer Services Interface
- Exploring the Digital Customer Services Interface
On electronic alternative payments
- Next Generation Alternative Retail Payments: Infrastructure Requirements
- Next Generation Alternative Retail Payments: User Requirements
- Digital Identity: “From check-out to check-in”
Referring to insight from the Open Banking Working Group, Thomas Egner, Secretary General of the EBA and Markus Rupprecht, CEO of Traxpay, discuss how banks can leverage the power of information.