Tink’s latest research shows that a staggering 25 million Brits fear their income soon won’t cover essential costs, meaning banks have the opportunity to support them with tailored banking solutions.
In our latest report, we explore how open banking can pave the way for faster, safer, and more responsible lending practices – and what lenders can do to prepare for this new era of credit.
Tink survey reveals financial executives in Europe consider security, speed, and low cost as top benefits of payment initiation services – but that barriers to full-scale adoption remain.
It’s time to move on from just talking about open banking. Tink's latest report shows that data is on the agenda – open banking is evolving into open finance, which in turn is readying the market for the creation of open data economies.
How has the pandemic impacted open banking budgets? How much did financial executives invest in their open banking objectives? And which opportunities do they have in sight? We surveyed bankers across Europe to find out.
Financial executives in Europe see open banking as a revolution, and are embracing it more than ever. But many expect it will take several years to get there. While transformation takes time – there could be a way to accelerate it.
Beat the challenge of fraud in lending with actionable tools, from risk decisioning to authentication solutions with Tink – while getting closer to inclusive loan origination.
It’s common for friction to appear for users in open banking flows, causing lower completion rates than we would like. See how Tink is working on improving clients’ conversion rates through incremental changes to our products.
Discover the open banking solutions that are leading to a new world of finance.
We dive into the world of risk assessments, exploring challenges lenders face with current decisioning methods, and how the process can become more convenient, reliable and complete thanks to open banking and the smart use of data.
Connecting to an open banking API seems pretty straightforward. But making the connection is just the first step in a complex process. Here are some aspects businesses often overlook when deciding to build the connections in-house.
Income verification used to mean having to dig up bank statements, share income tax statements or payslips – and then wait days or even weeks to have it all verified. Now, thanks to open banking it can take seconds. Here’s how.
How can banks transform the digital banking experience and build long, lasting (and more profitable) relationships with customers? We lay out how banks can leverage open banking to create more valuable, personalised services.
Learn all about the most common account verification methods used today, why they don’t always meet today’s digital customers’ expectations – and how you can use open banking to provide a faster, safer, and simpler solution.
The open banking movement is picking up steam – and we’re seeing an uptick in companies launching “open banking platforms”. But without defining what this really means, it’s impossible to make a like-for-like comparison. So we’re stripping away the term – and giving you a checklist with the criteria that really matters when evaluating a tech partner.
In this webinar, PostNord Strålfors – the Nordics’ largest distributor of invoices – speaks with Tink to discuss how invoice payments are becoming digitalised.
In this webinar, Christophe Joyau, Tink SVP Banking and Lending, and David Öhlund, CEO Scandinavia GF Money, discuss how open banking is transforming the lending landscape.
In this webinar, Director of Research Jan Van Vonno and Head of Payments and Platforms Tom Pope discuss the findings of our latest report, ‘The future of banking is open’. The report covers the move from a world where cash is king, to a payments’ ecosystem powered by open banking.
This webinar takes a close look at the findings from Tink’s latest report, ‘From open banking to open data economies’. Research Director Jan van Vonno runs through how open banking is set to change in the coming years and expand out from the financial sector to create open data economies.
Tink’s Research Director Jan van Vonno dives into the findings from our 2021 report, sharing economic statistics and survey results to shed light on emerging risks, changing priorities, and the role of open banking in the years ahead.
Watch the recording of our webinar to find out more about the results from our 2020 survey. Research Director Jan van Vonno explores how much financial institutions are investing in open banking, and how they’re looking to profit from it.
Watch our webinar to learn more about how businesses are looking to create value from open banking – and how you can do the same. Tink’s Research Director presents the results from our 2020 survey of financial executives.
Watch our webinar, where Tink’s Research Director runs through our 2020 survey results, taking a closer look at the use cases financial institutions are investing in and the immediate opportunities they have in sight.
Want to get a glimpse into Tink’s tech? Find out just how quick and easy it is to test, build and launch new experiences
Learn how you can set up Tink’s Account Check to confirm the owner of a bank account by fetching real-time data from banks. This video walkthrough takes you through the entire setup process – and it’s all done in 12 minutes.
Our Research Director takes a look at the different forces impacting open banking progress and explores how organisations’ internal alignment may explain why some financial institutions are able to move faster than others.
Are financial institutions across Europe getting the most out of their open banking implementation efforts? Our survey report uncovers some of the common challenges organisations face when it comes to internal alignment.
How do financial executives across Europe perceive the open banking opportunity in 2020? Our survey finds an increase in optimism, and high interest in forming fintech partnerships to accelerate the path towards value creation.
Financial institutions are investing big in open banking, but what are the use cases they’re most interested in? We surveyed 290 European bankers to find out what immediate opportunities they have in sight.
Discover what financial executives across 17 Europe countries see as the biggest threats, challenges and opportunities of open banking – and what they see as necessary steps to adapt and succeed.