Study the engine underneath financial platforms
Learn the software infrastructure and data engineering behind Open banking
Technology and Security is the first course of the Open Banking & Platforms Finance Specialization – CFTE’s programme designed for finance professionals to get a comprehensive understanding of the dominating force of the platform-as-a-business-model in finance.
Every well-functioning machine needs an optimised, robust, connected, and scalable engine in order to provide the highest of value to as many end customers as possible. If you want to see how the network of engines are built underneath the value that Open Banking provides, then enrol into the course now.
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This course is taught by Fortune500 Leaders. technology experts. finance veterans.
Former Group CTO
Chief Business Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Senior Lecturer Stephan Murer from UBS teaches you the fundamentals of authentication in banking, followed by WSO2 Cofounder and CTO Paul Fremantle’s insights into what Big Banks are struggling with when integrating Open Banking and how WSO2 is solving these problems.
Senior Lecturer Stephan Murer from UBS teaches you the new approaches to quality and security assessment, assurance, and how cloud computing can help in these processes
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Open Banking and Platforms in Finance Specialisation
This course is part of the Open Banking & Platforms in Finance Specialisation – a program designed for you to equip yourself with the necessary knowledge and prepare for the next era of banking. With lowered barriers to data, a wave of innovative startups are closing in on this open banking opportunity. Discover the full Open Banking & Platforms Specialisation so you can.
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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 operate. 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 an established financial institution who is looking to maintain and expand the influence of your business in the new financial ecosystems – Those working in Risk, Compliance, Legal, or Operations and want to be the leader in the knowledge of how Open Banking may affect regulations and benefit your team – Those working as a 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 a technology firm, and would like to know how and where 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 an individual who is 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
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 enroll, you will receive a confirmation email from my.CFTE, the online learning portal. You will also receive a receipt as well as a welcome message to The Open Banking Specialisation. At that point, you will have access to the introductory module that will give you an overview of the portal, and the way to use it. You could for example spend a whole day to go through the course. Or 30 minutes whenever you have the time, and complete the course in a few months. 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 a 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.