Tag: Banking Service Landscape


The Banking Industry Architecture Network´s (BIAN) goal is to define service-oriented architecture (SOA) and semantic definitions for IT services in the banking industry. Continue reading

The BIAN Service Landscape

The BIAN Service Landscape is a reference structure that categorizes and organizes BIAN Service Domains for ease of access. Different criteria can be used to classify and organize Service Domains that would result in different layouts of the standard set … Continue reading


BIAN Service Landscape Roadmap The following timeline shows what the completion of the BIAN Service Landscape (SL) v3.0 – v5.0 contains and in what year the assets will be published. Permanent link to this post (31 words, 1 image, estimated … Continue reading

BIAN and other standards bodies

BIAN is in partnership with independent standards bodies such as Object Management Group (OMG) and The Open Group. In addition, BIAN has a ‘category D liaison’ with the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO), for ISO 20022 semantic models. BIAN incorporates … Continue reading


The BIAN Standards are provided from the BIAN Working Groups. BIAN Working Groups collaborate, sharing knowledge and experience around SOA for the banking industry with a current focus on core systems. The Working Groups focus on defining services within an … Continue reading

BIAN Service Landscape 1.5

July 20, 2011 – The BIAN Service Landscape 1.5 is a comprehensive set of semantic specifications defining unique and discrete business recognizable IT capabilities. The BIAN Service Landscape presents a broadly scoped view covering the full range of banking functionalities. … Continue reading