News & media mentions
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Open finance: the future of data sharing
Jack Wilson, Head of Policy and Regulatory Policy, discusses how to make open finance a reality.
As fintechs develop 'super apps,' are banks partners or rivals?
More fintechs are developing "super apps," which are designed to bring together services from new and legacy financial services providers.
Shuffling the payments pack
Ossama Soliman, Chief Product Officer at TrueLayer, on why open banking payments will replace cards online.
Why 2021 Is The Year To Leave Cards Behind
Francesco Simoneschi, CEO of TrueLayer, believes that open banking payments will replace debit cards as the default method of payment in the next five years.
TrueLayer scoops $70m as it eyes open banking domination
Open banking has been the topic on fintech’s lips recently and TrueLayer’s latest fundraising is a testament to its popularity.
Addition-Backed TrueLayer Banks $70M Series D To Build Open Banking Network
Fintech platform TrueLayer secured $70 million in Series D funding to build an open banking network.
British fintech start-up TrueLayer raises $70 million to take on Visa and Mastercard
TrueLayer raised $70 million in fresh funding, highlighting continued appetite from investors for fast-growing fintech firms.
TrueLayer raises $70M for its open banking platform
TrueLayer, the London startup that offers a developer-friendly platform for companies to utilise open banking, is disclosing $70 million in new funding.
Open banking regulations: EU versus UK
The EU began the move to regulate and implement open banking, with the UK applying its own spin. Almost four years after PSD2, who's leading the race?
How far has open banking come in Europe?
Open banking is a relatively new concept, having come into effect in Europe only in the last couple of years. So what is the state of play?
Vier zukunftsweisende Trends für die Nutzung von digitalen Anlagen
Das ist eine große Chance, die allerdings auch ganz eigene Herausforderungen mit sich bringt.