Fintech Finance interviews Bragi Fjalldal, Barclays, BPCE and Swedbank on PSD2 & Open Banking

In the latest episode of ‘The Fintech Show’ the Fintech Finance team interviews Meniga CMO & VP Business Development Bragi Fjalldal along…

In the latest episode of the FinTech Show, entitled ‘A Good Time to be a Banker?’ the Fintech Finance team looks at how the relationship between a Bank and its customers is changing in a digital world. Executive producer Doug Mackenzie spoke with Meniga’s CMO & VP Business Devopment, Bragi Fjalldal, to find out how Meniga is helping financial institutions comply and capitalise on the changes offered in this exciting period.

Additionally, the Fintech Finance team traveled to Swedbank to find out from Head of Digital Lotta Loven how they have already exceeded with their customer offerings in the face of the recent regulation PSD2.

Reporter Lea Jacobiak caught up with François Pérol, CEP at BPCE in Paris to discuss the partnership with Meniga and see how the regulation is changing BPCE’s course of action.

Editor in chief, Ali Paterson took a short trip to see Catherine McGrath, Managing Director at Barclays, to find out how a Bank of their size can still be ‘personal.’

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