Driving Performance Gains in Open Banking – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 217

December 11th, 2020 |
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Roland Mesters, founder of Nordigen, joins host Jake Smith to talk about how the fintech company provides transaction-based analytics for income verification and affordability checks by leveraging machine learning in open banking. The two talk about how open banking is changing the finance industry in Europe and around the world, the difficulties in managing unstructured data, and how Intel Xeon processors are driving big performance gains.

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