PSD2 and Open Banking

The Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and the UK Open Banking Standard are kick starting a financial services revolution that will connect consumers, third party applications and banks in new ways. This is a revolution starting with regulatory-driven application programming interfaces (APIs), and will evolve naturally into banks participating in a broader API economy. Whilst PSD2 regulation mandates this base API level for compliance in 2018, more progressive financial institutions will use this as a catalyst for digital transformation. They will assess the new challenges and opportunities presented by traditional competitors, fintech start-ups, and new market entrants from other sectors - who all seek to own part or all of the consumer journey.

In this whitepaper we explore opportunities for innovation and how this acts as a catalyst for digital transformation in banking. We explain how banks can respond to PSD2 obligations, and how Microsoft solutions are helping financial institutions establish a platform that builds on existing investments and adds flexibility to meet future change, growth and partnership opportunities.

Customer experience and your bottom line

Executive summary for banking and capital markets.

How to become a digital bank

Point of View: You need to serve today’s digital customers and create a digital workplace.

Welcome to the age of the smart digital bank

eBook: Avanade’s banking practice can turn digital innovation into results.

Introducing smart banking

OnWindows Article: How to implement technology for a more innovative customer experience.

The Avanade Agile Advisor Platform

Put powerful investment-analytics capabilities in the hands of your advisors.

Digital Employee Experience

A more productive and social way of working.

Digital Enterprise Analytics

Powerful intelligence – anytime, anywhere.

Digital Marketing

Deliver digital customer experiences that build loyalty and enhance your brand.

Next steps

Find out how digital technology can transform your bank’s operations.

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