Allianz, Axel Springer, Daimler, Deutsche Bank with Postbank, Core, and Here to launch joint platform for online registration, e-identity and data services
Blog Posts8th May 2017
Technology, Banking, Platforms
Leading German and European companies have stated their intention to cooperate more closely to establish a joint, pan-industry platform for online registration, e-identity and data services. The aim is to make online registration simpler and more secure for clients. The participating companies have signed a corresponding declaration of intent. The initiative was set up by Allianz, Axel Springer, Daimler and Deutsche Bank with Postbank as well as the technology think-tank Core, and Here Technologies, the location services provider.
Christine Lagarde, head of the IMF, held an open lecture at the ESMT in Berlin on April 11. The event entitled “Innovation, Technology and Growth” focused on the opportunities and risks of technological progress as well as recommendations by the IMF to governments on how to han-dle these risks.
On 16 March 2017, BaFin – Germany’s financial regulator – held its fourth information meeting on the supervision of IT for banks with roughly 500 attendees. The press and media coverage (FAZ, Handelsblatt, Börsenzeitung) placed emphasis on the vulnerability of bank IT systems to attacks and the need for them to improve their IT security, whereas BaFin and the Bundesbank announced important details regarding future supervision and monitoring of bank IT, with keynote presentations on BAIT (supervisory requirements for bank IT), monitoring of IT matters in practice by banking regulators, and the implementation of the IT Security Act by means of the Federal Office for Information Security Act (BSI) and the Payment Service Directive (PSD) II.
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