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We’ve gathered all our resources, reports and reference materials in one place – so you can download and read to your heart’s content.

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2020: the year of value creation

The investments and returns of open banking

We surveyed financial executives around Europe to find out how much they’re investing in open banking, how they’re measuring success and when they expect to see profit. Here’s what we discovered.

The investments and returns of open banking

2020: the year of value creation

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Survey report - UK

Open banking investments in the UK

We surveyed 290 senior financial executives across Europe to find out how they perceive the open banking opportunity – and how much they are betting on it.

This report dives deeper into the responses gathered in the UK, and what the local findings reveal when compared to the European results.

Country report UK

2020: the year of value creation

Want to dig deeper into our survey findings? See the other reports and related videos in our series.

Tink Out Loud #2 - Investments and returns of open banking
Tink out loud #2

The investments & returns of open banking

Watch our live online session to find out how much financial institutions are investing in open banking, and how they’re looking to profit from it.

Open banking attitudes and fintech partnerships
Survey report

The growing positivity towards open banking

Find out how financial executives across Europe perceive the open banking opportunity in 2020.

Open banking platform checklist

The Tink buyer’s guide to ‘open banking platforms’

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.

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.

Use cases

Here are a few examples of how our customers are using Tink’s technology to deliver better financial services – or entirely new experiences for their users.

Swedish savings and investment bank Avanza wanted to give customers a better experience. To transfer money into their account, users had to manually input their account details – and it was causing them to drop out of the process.

Avanza's onboarding

Swedish savings and investment bank Avanza wanted to give customers a better experience. To transfer money into their account, users had to manually input their account details – and it was causing them to drop out of the process.

So Avanza turned to Tink's aggregation technology to make this step simpler.

SBAB App

SBAB's Mortgage Match

Swedish bank SBAB launched The Mortgage Match – a service that uses Tink’s account aggregation technology to instantly collect a user’s existing mortgage information from their bank, and compare with a rate from SBAB. By using aggregated data from the user, SBAB can offer a well informed and competitive offer to convince more people to switch their mortgage.

Dutch bank ABN AMRO wanted to give their customers a more holistic mobile banking experience. So they developed Grip in partnership with Tink, using account aggregation to let customers see all their different banks’ accounts in one screen. 

ABN AMRO’s Grip

Dutch bank ABN AMRO wanted to give their customers a more holistic mobile banking experience. So they developed Grip in partnership with Tink, using account aggregation to let customers see all their different banks’ accounts in one screen. 

By aggregating accounts from other banks, ABN AMRO can offer any Dutch account holder – be it their customers or not – a true multi-banking experience.

Survey reports 2019

Tink gathered the responses from 269 financial executives across 17 European countries in one of the most comprehensive surveys on the state of open banking in 2019.

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Inside the minds of Europe's bankers

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.

Get the full picture with the European report or dive deeper into the responses from surveyed executives in Germany, Italy and the UK.

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