This was a year in which we saw huge demand from European markets for open banking services and the kind of tech we engineer – and because of that, our number of customers quadrupled. To better serve our customers in each market and be closer to their day-to-day, we established new offices with talented teams in seven new countries.
Some of the biggest banks and financial organisations in Europe partnered with us or went live with our tech this year. Like PayPal, who will be using aggregation to improve the product experience they offer.
Like everyone in the industry, we embarked on ato meet the September deadline and improve the tech environment in Europe. We put in substantial effort into solidifying our connectivity and developing our products in order to meet the demand for open banking tech across the continent.
In the last few weeks of the year, as everyone powers down to set ambitious new goals for the future, we’ve compiled the numbers that truly illustrate the year that was 2019.
Tink has become one of the first participants of the European Payments Council’s SPAA scheme. We explain why SPAA was needed and how it could be the catalyst to transform account-to-account payments in the European Union.
Empower your customers through the cost of living with more options in energy billing and improved UX with variable recurring payments.
eIDAS 2.0 and the EU Digital Identity Wallet are coming and they have the potential to revolutionise the digital payments landscape, making transactions more secure than ever before. Find out what this means for payments, and for consumers and businesses alike.
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