Open Banking World Congress Registration Open for 2021’s Leading Free Virtual Event

The largest global event dedicated to open banking and open finance launched a new website this week to support the 2021 event which runs 11th to 13th May.

For a second year the Open Banking World Congress will be a virtual event. After the online-only event for 2020 proved to be a great success for both speakers and attendees, attracting 4,500 participants from 110 countries.

This free event is open to anyone to register and join in the lively sessions covering trending topics such as emerging open ecosystems, platformification strategies, open banking payments, regional focuses (with lessons being learnt) and much more.

Greatly anticipated highlights this year are:

  • Leading fintech expert, Paolo Sironi drawing on his groundbreaking work in China to explain how intensified digital competition is pushing financial institutions towards new strategies.
  • The exclusive launch of the FDATA awards, with panel discussions – a veritable who’s who of open banking voices – setting the stage for this year’s award categories.
  • First sight of the Hilda Project research findings – What if women built a bank?

The congress is not only gaining interest from open finance focused organisations around the globe, it is also seen as pivotal to open data initiatives across other sectors too.  Expanding the organiser, Open Future World’s, inclusive approach to bringing together the best people and ideas from the world of open ecosystems.

“This year, we hope to connect even more industry professionals to each other and their shared learnings.  Our focus is always on strategic and commercially valuable discussions with clearly defined takeaways. The on-demand resources centre and 1-2-1 introductions service – which we will soon announce – is greatly anticipated so please join in!”  Marie Walker, Co-founder and Head of Content

More information on this open finance global event can be found at

Media Contact Details

Marie Walker, Open Future World

London, United Kingdom

0203397 7434

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