Build the future of financial services

Access a broad range of high-quality financial data from banks across Europe through a single API. So you can provide smart financial services – or engaging new customer experiences.

Who’s building with us

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Built with Tink’s platform

Account aggregation
Payment initiation
Data enrichment
Personal finance management


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

A public beta of Grip was live within 90 days of contract signing with Tink, and it is now the most popular PFM app in the Netherlands with over 750,000 downloads.

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

For businesses and ideas of all sizes

If you’re a big bank looking for a custom-built solution, a growing fintech looking for a technology partner or a small business looking for the tools to enable your ideas – we’ve got you. Our platform is built to enable ideas of all shapes and sizes.

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What are the most highly anticipated use cases for open banking? We surveyed 290 financial executives in Europe to find out.

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