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A Report from Mobey Forum’s Virtual Currencies Expert Group Co-chaired…

27th of November 2018

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Learnings in #openbanking from Europe at Mobey Day Toronto-a unique opportunity to discuss recent developments with the practitioners! Featuring @ErsteGroup @eikagruppen @DanskeBank_DK @Strands
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Great opportunity to have an overview on #openbanking from Canada, Europe and the US at Mobey Day Toronto, June 11-12. Event hosted by @Dentons

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#MobeyForum #openbanking #APIs #banks #digitalidentity

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Dan Dickinson, Chief Information Officer at @EQBank will give Canadian challenger bank insights at Mobey Day Toronto on 11-12 June. Read more about his thoughts in a new BLOG post: #challengerbank #OpenBanking

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