Become an Open Banking Product Manager
Develop and drive Open Banking strategies and become the go-to expert in your organisation
Up to 90% IBF Funding. Online course. Be certified.
The Open Banking and Platforms in Finance Specialisation will provide you with exclusive insights into the cut and thrust of Open Banking from the perspective of industry experts. Formalise your product management knowledge and skills. Learn the A-Z of embedded finance in this 10-week course.
The specialisation has been designed for aspiring product managers looking to implement, start or support an Open Banking strategy in their organisation. Develop your understanding of the technologies underpinning the embedded finance movement, the relevant regional regulations as well as its current biggest players in the market. Get certified, and become the top Open Banking Strategist in your organisation.
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After completing this Open Banking course, you will be able to:
What our Alumni say about the specialisation
This specialisation is composed of 5 individual courses.
This specialisation is taught by unicorn builders. disruptive entrepreneurs. Fortune500 Leaders. technology experts. innovators.
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Most frequent questions and answers about our specialisation
The global Open banking market is forecasted to reach $43.15 billion by 2026. With deal sizes expected to grow exponentially – Visa has acquired Fintech Plaid for $5.3 billion; organisations like DBS, Société Générale and Wells Fargo also consider Open banking to be a strategic pillar in their business model. Open banking is here, and it will fundamentally transform how the Financial Services industry operates. Demanded by consumers, encouraged by regulators, and powered by technologies – the structural uptake on Open banking drives many organisations to a profound era of digital ecosystems and platform business models. This shift creates a significant tension on today’s Financial Service value chain with the emergence of innovative business models, new regulatory frameworks and modern technologies to support it.
Anyone who wants to have a solid understanding of the Open Banking and Platforms model. It is designed for:
- Senior managers of established financial institutions who are looking to maintain and expand the influence of their business in the new financial ecosystems
- Those working in Risk, Compliance, Legal, or Operations and want to be the leaders in the knowledge of how Open Banking may affect regulations and benefit their team
- Those working as part of a product team who would like to know which kind of products are enabled by Open Banking and how they can be managed
- Aspiring entrepreneurs or leaders of technology firms who would like to know how and where it is best to enter the financial industry in the era of Open Banking
- Regulators who are looking to learn about the key areas in the business of new entrants and incumbent banks which other regulators have focused on
- Recent graduates, current students, or individuals who are eager to develop a strong grounding in the new data-driven age which has begun to reshape the construct, culture, and required skills of the finance industry
This course is accredited by the IBF Standard Training Scheme. To benefit from the IBF subsidy, you must be either a Singaporean citizen or a permanent resident, you must hold a valid Singpass, and you must be physically in Singapore.
If you don’t meet the eligibility criteria, you can enrol without applying to for the subsidy here.
You will be learning from a curated line-up of industry leaders, experts, and entrepreneurs who will each be presenting their knowledge and experience in Open Banking. No matter if you are embarking on a new journey or fortifying your role, these lecturers and guest experts will guide you through the perspective of established institutions like Wells Fargo, tech giants like Google, and successful startups such as Open Vector or Plaid.
After you apply, we will check your eligibility and send you a confirmation email with a payment link within 3-5 working days. Once you make the payment, sit back, relax and wait until the course start date to receive your login details to start learning. At that point, you will have access to the introductory module that will give you an overview of the portal, and how to use it. You can spend a whole day to go through the course or 30 minutes whenever you have the time. Do make sure to complete the course within 3 months, otherwise your subsidy will be revoked and you will be liable to pay the full price. Once you have completed the course, and successfully passed all the tests, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
There are no strict pre-requisites for taking the course. This course is largely non-technical to learn the business aspects of Open Banking. This course aims to provide anyone interested in Open Banking (in its wider definition) with a general overview of the opportunities and challenges in Open Banking implementations. The following would be helpful: a general interest in finance, and a basic understanding of what is a bank An interest in digital transformation and innovation.
The Open Banking Specialisation has been designed to help the majority of people start with the right foundations in Open Banking and digital finance. With this objective in mind, The Open Banking Specialisation will provide you with a clear understanding of how technology is impacting Finance through an accessible format. At CFTE, we believe there is an urgent need for all to learn the right skills for a world of digital finance, and we support all initiatives that are supporting the same goal.
Yes, you will receive a digital certificate upon successful completion of the course. This certificate is digital so it can be shared at any time and embedded into your online professional profile.
We accept all major credit cards and debit cards. Please note that you will have 3 months to complete the course. If not completed on time, you will no longer benefit from the subsidy which would make you liable to pay the full price.