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14th of May 2019
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Dear Subscriber,

“There are a lot of very smart people who make a lot of very good points about Open Banking and technology in general, but often they add two and two and get five,” says Chris Michael, interim head of technology at the Open Banking Implementation Entity (OBIE).

On PaymentEye this week, Chris Michael suggests that faults in mobile banking applications are a result of technology problems on the banks’ side and not down to flaws in new regulations.

Read, enjoy and share.

David Beach


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