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Open Identity Exchange Welcomes HSBC as an Executive Member

The Open Identity Exchange is pleased to announce that HSBC have become an Executive level member, taking up positions on both the OIX global and OIX UK Europe Chapter board of directors.  This global bank strengthens OIX’s financial services representation at this time of new regulation drivers in the UK and Europe and we look to [...]

Trust Frameworks for Identity Systems

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: “Trust Frameworks for Identity Systems”, is the first in a series of OIX white papers focused on trust frameworks that OIX is developing. This paper sets out a clear description of trust frameworks and their role in governing an identity system, addressing questions such as: What is a trust [...]

Alpha Digital Identity Across Borders: Opening a Bank Account in Another EU Country

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: As people use digital channels to access more and more services they are faced with a growing and unmanageable number of usernames and passwords. Federated solutions allow people to register and login to web based services through a third party such as a social network. However, the identity details passed [...]

How Digital Identities Which Meet Government Standards Could be Used as Part of UK Bank’s Customer On-Boarding and KYC Requirements

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In a digital age, and as more of our banking is carried out online, via apps and mobile phones, customers expect to be able to open new products and services with financial institutions through digital channels. But increasing internet identity fraud and a rapidly changing regulatory environment make it difficult [...]