Global open banking and open finance directory launched
Today, Open Future World announced the launched of the Open Future World directory which lists organisations involved in open finance ecosystem.
Co-founder Marie Walker explains the thinking behind the directory.
“When I’m talking with people in the open finance community, the most common question I’m asked is whether I can recommend a company offering a certain service in a particular region. This directory is our answer to that need, helping companies connect and building awareness of what they have to offer.”
Open banking fintech DirectID took part in the recent private beta. CEO James Varga said:
“When I heard about the new directory, I was very keen to be involved, and we’re delighted to be on the list for the launch. Open banking has come a fantastic distance in the last two years and this will be of huge benefit to anyone seeking to understand the players in the open banking and open finance world,”
Open Future World fellow co-founder Nick Cabrera:
“We want to encourage everyone in the sector to share their information and to make use of this free resource. As the directory evolves, we’ll be able to map the ecosystem, add more advanced search functionality and highlight some of the great case studies that are emerging,”
Samantha Seaton, CEO of Moneyhub adds
“With the open banking industry now fully emerging worldwide, it is invaluable to have all of the global entities together in a resource such as the Open Future World Directory. This platform will be extremely useful to experts, partners, investors alike and will provide a forward thinking space in which to share ideas and stay up to date.”
Both regulated and non-regulated entities can be listed in the directory without charge.