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SwissBanking outlines success factors for the industry in the age of open banking
02. September 2020

SwissBanking outlines success factors for the industry in the age of open banking

A further article in our Blogparade by Christian König founder of Fintech News Network.

"In Switzerland, it is no longer a question of whether or not open banking is to stay, but rather in what form it will establish itself in the country."

 

Learn more in the full blog post by Christian König.

 

About the author

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Christian König
Christian is the founder of Fintech News Network, Head of Asia, and one of the early day innovators in the fintech scene. He felt the trend already at an early stage in 2012 when he was one of the first bloggers in the finance scene. He knew that fintech topics would become very important and in 2015 he founded fintechnews.ch as the first website from six nowadays.

Currently, he is focusing on developing a huge market in the Asia Pacific. He has an excellent network around our hubs Singapore, Malaysia and Switzerland, that’s why he knows exactly how to figure out the top news of the fast-developing fintech world.

About Fintech News Network

Fintech News Network provides a source of timely, deep insights and the latest local and global news about Fintech.

Launched in 2015, the Fintech News Network team works very hard to deliver fintech-centric content in various forms to an audience looking for updates on fintech events and webinars, stunning opinions from highly-reputable digital finance innovators, analysis on fintech applications from active insiders, breaking news on fintech topics and fintech market alerts.

The following websites are part of the Fintech News Network ecosystem: Fintechnews.sg /.hk /.my /.ch /.ae/ and fintechbaltic.com.

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