“I think the opportunities are there for everybody in the ecosystem. I think for the traditional players’ banks; for the fintechs or the people who have been disrupting for years, and not just in the last few years; and also, most importantly, for our customers.”
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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