November 12, 2019 hosted by Virtusa |  New York City, USA


Open banking has been the norm in the UK and other European countries, however, the US – one of the biggest markets for technology disruptions – hasn’t warmed up to this incredible initiative just yet.

The BIAN Open Day is a one-day event being organized on November 12 at the Microsoft Tech Center in New York.

Join your peers at this exclusive event to learn about:

  • The market context and the challenges banks are facing when it comes to Open Banking in the US.
  • Microsoft’s unified data models for Financial Services in collaboration with BIAN, and the applications and services that allow them to provide differentiated customer experiences.
  • Virtusa and how they can help your financial institution beyond compliance and monetize APIs.

BIAN will share its latest initiative – Coreless Bank, a platform for banks to collaborate with leading software vendors on developing a future-proof, regulatory-compliant and universally compatible banking infrastructure based on BIAN micro-services. The initiative aims to solve the perpetual challenges presented by legacy core infrastructure, and allow for faster, cost-effective development of services that are more relevant for today’s digital-first customers. They will also share the latest insights on BIAN´s Open API Platform.

At the Open Table covering Open Banking and Monetization, we will have panelists representing leaders and experts from BIAN, Virtusa, Microsoft, JPMC, Epiphany and others.

Participation is free of charge.

We are looking forward meeting you in New York!

Kind regards,
Hans Tesselaar
BIAN Executive Director


Chad Ballard
Managing Director, Head of Enterprise System
JPMorgan Chase & Co

James Galvin
Principal PM Lead for Banking and Financial Services
Microsoft Cloud + AI, Business Applications Group

Arnab Mitra
Enterprise API Architect – Open Banking, Virtusa
API Programme Manager, BIAN

Joanne Moretti
Chief Marketing Officer and Board member, Epiphany

Hans Tesselaar
Executive Director
Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN)