This training program prepares participants for 2 major challenges of the upcoming years in banking: PSD2 & Open Banking. This will have a major impact on the financial ecosystem and will create new challenges.
The goal of this training course is to:
Prix total *
Membres: € 510
Non-membres: € 610
Partenaire BZB: € 510
Incompany: sur mesure, prix à la demande
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This training course can be followed by multiple target groups:
Advanced: offers practice-based applications to complement the theoretical knowledge already acquired through the "basic level" courses (in-depth learning).
There is no specific preparation required. For persons who are less acquainted with PSD2 and payments, some pre-course reading material can be made available.”
This training program prepares participants for two key challenges of the upcoming years in banking: PSD2 and Open Banking.
Part I: PSD2 and Open Banking - overview:
Part II: Open banking architecture: Implications for banks and the New Players
Part 3: PSD2: Potential impact on the market and next steps
Duration: One day training
Hours: 9AM-5PM (6 training hours)
Location: Febelfin Academy, Aarlenstraat/Rue d'Arlon 80, 1040 Brussels
Additional information: This training course will be given in English
Type of course: Classroom - This training consists of classroom-based teaching combined with interactive group exercises, as well as the introduction of specific case studies.
Training material: The participants will receive a handout consisting of a PowerPoint Presentation and some recent articles on the subject.
Bank: The course covers the technical knowledge regarding the financial products in banking and investment services in accordance with Article 7, §1, 1°, b and c of the Royal Decree of 1 July 2006.
François De Witte
Private banking & asset management