Warsaw, Poland

Digital Technology in Customer Relationships

By Małgorzata Motyl, Penteris

Digital transformation is reshaping banking, with bricks-and-mortar high street branches quickly disappearing. Digitalisation is forcing institutions to transform their business models and adapt. Significantly, digital is changing how we provide “value” to customers.

Banks must now keep up with the “always-connected” customer who wants to have access to banking services any place, any time, all the time. The EU’s open banking solutions have only accelerated the transformation.

Open banking constitutes a new standard on the financial services market, implemented in accordance with the EU PSD2 directive. Customers gain control over the use of their sensitive data, which is shared with banks and other approved entities to get the best deal possible across a range of financial products. A single dashboard allows banks to offer a complete solution to customer financial needs. It also encourages competition between financial institutions and leads to more innovative products and services. The direct and fast exchange of financial data will help reduce operating costs and improve business performance.

Open banking is gaining strength globally. The advantages of PSD2 are encouraging others to develop similar solutions: CMA in the UK, HKMA in Hong Kong, and other initiatives in Australia, Japan, and Brazil. The US currently lacks any law on open banking but the market is pushing to define guidelines, including the responsible use of consumer data and the generation of a regulatory environment that encourages innovation.

Open banking certainly puts the customer first. The integration of banking services focuses on simplifying processes and maximising the use of customer data. It will catapult the market into significantly greater changes within the next five years. Turning complex and inconsistent banking services into a series of fast, easy to use and unified tools will boost visible benefits for consumers.


Małgorzata Motyl

Małgorzata Motyl

GGI member firm
Penteris
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Penteris is a European law firm combining in-depth expertise, robust advice, and a panregional reach. They are committed to keeping clients ahead of the market with hard skills, legal acumen, and service-minded know-how.

With 10 years of experience in financial institutions, Małgorzata Motyl focuses on compliance and regulatory issues. Her specialised know-how supplements her practical experience in handling corporate matters. Małgorzata’s professional background covers all aspects of daily business by companies.
 


Published: Auditing, Reporting & Compliance Newsletter, No. 05, Spring 2021 l Photo: Cinematographer - stock.adobe.com

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