With our arrival in Portugal we’re giving developers access to financial data from 20 Portugese banks – and the tools to test, build and launch new services on top of the enriched data.
We’re on a mission to enable data-driven financial services that bring users value. Earlier this year we gave Portugal a taste of our tech through our partnership with Caixa Geral de Depósitos and their app DABOX – today used by thousands.
Now we’re giving everyone in Portugal – big banks, fintechs and start-ups – the tools to utilise PSD2 (and the access to financial data that comes with it) to realise their ideas.
Developers can now access enriched financial data from 20 Portugese banks* through a single API, giving access to transactions from a total of 9 million Portugese bank customers – and an additional 250 million through our coverage in an additional 9 markets in Europe.
When it comes to concerns over Secure Customer Authentication – it’s already taken care of thanks to Tink Link. And there’s no need to worry about having a PSD2 license to get started either. Developers can get straight to it and focus exclusively on building and iterating their ideas.
*Covered banks in Portugal include:
ActivoBank, Atlântico Europa, Santander, Banco Montepio, Banco BPI, Bankinter, Novo Banco, Millennium bcp, Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Banco CTT, BiG, Crédito Agrícola, Cofidis, Caixa CRL, Novo Banco Açores, Unicre, Revolut, BPG, CEMAH and EuroBic.
What makes Tink’s Transactions product so special? Besides letting you access real-time transaction data from more than 3,400 banks across Europe, it cleans up and unifies the data, so you can immediately put it to use.
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