Salt Edge to present Priora PSD2 Solution at Finovate Demo | Salt Edge

Salt Edge Inc. will be attending Finovate which will take place on the 6th-9th of March 2018 at the ExCel exhibition and international convention Centre in London.

February 9th, 2018 – The Finovate conference series has been going on for over 10 years, drawing attendees from within the fintech and financial industries. This year is no different, with other 1400 projected attendees, 70+ companies presenting their product demos, and over 120 experts from various industry branches speaking on such topics as blockchain, digital journeys, open APIs, etc. The company will be doing the first live showcase of its Open Banking and PSD2 Compliance Solution – Priora. It has been successfully implemented in one of the biggest Latvian banks, Norvik Banka, and is ready to assist any bank in becoming compliant with PSD2 requirements in the span of a couple of months. From Third Party Providers management to AISP/PISP communication channels,  Strong Customer Authentication and Dynamic Linking, Consent Management or Trusted Beneficiaries List – Priora can handle it all. The Demo will be presented by the CEO, Dmitrii Barbasura, and Lisa Terziman-Gutu, the Business Development Officer. “We’re delighted to be part of Finovate Europe 2018, with our new product – Priora. Our primary goal is to help banks overcome the technical and legal burdens that come with PSD2, by implementing a market-tested and ready-to-use solution. The company’s ultimate goal is to build a bridge between banks and TPPs, creating a frictionless and streamlined collaboration between all parties.” – Lisa Terziman-Gutu If you wish to meet us at the event or arrange a meeting in London, contact us at sales@saltedge.com. About Salt Edge Inc. Salt Edge Inc. is a fast-growing innovative company specialized in FinTech. It provides world-leading account data aggregation, customer-oriented money management, and white label banking solutions. Salt Edge enables its partners to embrace innovation, driving their businesses to the next level. Spectre API supports over 2600 financial institutions across 60 markets. Salt Edge Inc. was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. More detailed information about the company and its services can be found at www.saltedge.com. Phone number: +14378863969 E-mail: press@saltedge.com  

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