The OPIN community is developing a global blueprint for open APIs and in doing so it aims to become a research and innovation center, breaking down institutional boundaries and building global partnerships to drive digital innovation at speed and scale, for the benefit of the financial services sector.
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Fouad Husseini examines how insurance prediction markets operate, their uses, their mechanics and the status of present projects.
Emmelyn Wang, Axway's API strategist, sheds light on a set of characteristics necessary to transform to an open insurance framework. These characteristics are grouped under, Availability, Experience and Results and they are individually examined.
Opening up data and services to third parties can potentially prove to be a tremendous advantage. As Open Insurance gathers momentum it is important to take stock of lessons learnt in the banking sector.
What do AXA, Qover, Euler Hermes, Nationwide, NTUC and AIA have in common? Jon Scheele, APIdays conference organiser describes how products are embedded into the digital economy.