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We welcome our partner Netcetera and all new members!

Networking is a key principle for the performance of open banking. Therefore, we are proud that OpenBankingProject.ch has grown continuously and currently counts eight partners and thirteen members. We are very pleased about the interest in Open Banking and the participation in our initiative.

In the last six months, twelve companies have joined our initiative as partners and members. We have the pleasure to present them in the following.

Since November 2020 Netcetera participates as a new partner of OpenBankingProject.ch. The software provider is highly experienced in Open Banking and believes that an ecosystem enables the realization of innovative solutions together, with a focus on customer needs. All parties can contribute their strengths in the best possible way, resulting in a distributed business model. To jointly drive innovation in the Swiss banking industry, they are part of the OpenBankingProject.ch community and bring with 25 years of experience a lot of integration know-how especially at the interface between banks and fintechs/third party providers (TPP).  Netcetera aims to provide efficient solutions for the banks and a state-of-the-art client experience for the users.

We are very delighted to introduce Netcetera as our new partner.

Furthermore, eleven companies have decided to become members of our initiative:

  • Axon Fintech focuses on solutions for retail banks and other providers for a more efficient onboarding of credits. They have been experts for digital financial solutions for 25 years.
  • The Swiss start-up Beconn develops digital business solutions. With their concentration on digitalization and investments, they are committed to maximize the return on investment of their clients.
  • Berner Kantonalbank is a classical Swiss cantonal bank. It makes an important contribution to the independent development of the cantons of Bern and Solothurn through its lending and asset management services.
  • A digitization partner for the insurance and financial industry is also Inventx. The software developer supports leading companies and places special emphasis on customer proximity.
  • Liechtensteinische Landesbank is the oldest financial institution in Liechtenstein and offers its clients services for wealth management.
  • Microspot is an online shopping center and belongs to the trading company Coop. In 2019, the online store expanded its offering from a pure home and consumer electronics market to a complete range of non-food products.
  • Migros is one of the largest retail company in Switzerland and was named the most sustainable retailer worldwide in 2019.
  • Migros Bank is one of the five largest mortgage banks in Switzerland. They place great value on the trust of their clients.
  • Thurgauer Kantonalbank is the leading financial institution in the canton of Thurgau and offers a full array of financial services to individuals, businesses and tradesmen and the public sector.
  • Swisscom is one of the leading IT companies in Switzerland. In context of the Open Business Hub, Swisscom is building up business ecosystems and as follows networking companies across industries.

Together we will shape the future of Open Banking in Switzerland!


About OpenBankingProject.ch

OpenBankingProject.ch provides relevant information on Open Banking and adapted API standards for Switzerland to companies.  The initiative was founded in February 2019 as a cross-organizational network to promote the development of Open Banking in Switzerland. Founding members include the Business Engineering Institute St. Gallen, DXC Technology Switzerland, Ergon Informatik, Finnova, Hypothekarbank Lenzburg with its open banking platform Finstar and the Institute for Banking Law at the University of Bern.  The project follows the open source approach and is open to all companies to participate as partners, members or community participators.