Pay by Bank could change the game for your business, helping you add speed and prevent fraud. Learn how open banking powered payments can turbocharge your customer experience.
How Variable Recurring Payments can help vulnerable consumers avoid overdraft fees and cancelled payments during the economic crisis.
Tink’s latest research shows that half of UK online retailers are worried about surviving the next 12 months, as recession looms. Here’s how Pay by Bank can help.
The European Payments Council’s first SEPA Payment Account Access (SPAA) rulebook was published this week. Tink provides a summary and view on the latest developments.
Sweeping VRPs, the me-to-me payment method that is simplifying money management for businesses and consumers.
Tink’s payments upgrade adds instant refunds and withdrawals, letting businesses across Europe issue payouts that settle in less than one second.
When making a purchase online, consumers look for simple, safe and convenient payment experiences. In this guide, our Payments team shares its best practices for optimising Pay by Bank user journeys and ensuring the highest possible conversion rate.
Tink and NatWest have partnered up to launch a beta VRP programme in the UK to gather real use cases for merchants based on their needs.
Comparing Pay by Bank conversion rates across different payment methods can be tricky since most don’t use an end-to-end metric. See Tink’s own benchmarks and how we track performance in this conversion rate deep-dive.
The European Commission published its proposal on Instant Payments clearing the way for widespread adoption of open banking payments.
Looking for the best open banking provider? Here is everything you need to consider before making a decision.
Whilst some invoice distributors are still using time-consuming, traditional analogue flows, open banking is transforming the invoice payment experience. Learn how to easily digitalise existing analogue flows using Tink payment technology.
Tink and Zervant have partnered up to enable open banking payments for invoicing for over 100,000 SMEs.
The modern customer wants a frictionless payment experience. Discover how open banking payments can help you in our ultimate solutions guide.
The global fintech platform Adyen is partnering with Tink to power its new pay-by-bank solution and offer instant bank payments to its customers. The partnership will help accelerate the global adoption of open banking powered payments.
Many claim Variable Recurring Payments (VRPs) are changing the payments landscape. But what’s the actual status? And are there already viable use cases? We try to cut through the noise and explore the challenges and opportunities of VRPs.
SlimPay is partnering with Tink to offer seamless subscription payment experiences across Europe, powered by open banking. SlimPay merchants will be able to offer a secure, seamless way to set up a direct debit that lets users authenticate and make the initial payment through open banking.
We’re proud to announce a partnership with Billogram to further improve their customer experience by removing friction from their invoicing platform.
Faster, broader coverage, and higher security: the top 3 trends driving open banking payments adoption today, according to industry leaders.
Discover the open banking solutions that are leading to a new world of finance.
The democratisation of financial data is opening up new opportunities. Find out how to harness its power with open banking in our latest article.
Tink is partnering with UK cryptocurrency exchange Solidi to bring instant payments settlements to crypto investors. Open banking-enabled account settlements are faster, safer, and more convenient than bank transfers.
The cost of living is reaching an all-time high for many. Read on to find out how data can help consumers navigate these turbulent times – thanks to the near limitless possibilities of the open data economy.
Tink launches settlement accounts for simpler instant bank payments to speed up settlement times and reduce the risk of fraud. First launch in collaboration with UK crypto exchange, Solidi. Find out how it can help reduce friction in your business.
We caught up with Billy Telidis, Product Manager of Payments at Tink, to talk about how open banking payments have gone from relative obscurity to a preferred payment method.
Curious about what's true and what's false about open banking payments? Let's cut through the noise and bust some of the most persistent myths.
What makes open banking such a good match for invoice settlement, and how can this product-market fit help lead to mass adoption? We take a look at a use case to find out.
The global financial super app Revolut has entered into a strategic partnership with Tink to offer its European customers seamless payment solutions powered by open banking.
Tink’s latest UK survey shows that nearly 9 in 10 consumers (88%) are prepared to abandon a transaction if faced with friction when making a payment online, highlighting the need to ramp up payments innovation and focus on user experience
Paying bills and invoices has typically been a cumbersome process – but thankfully, open banking can make it a lot quicker and easier by allowing customers to pay directly from their bank account. Here’s how that works.
Tom Pope, head of payments and platforms at Tink, lifts the lid on where open banking payments scale is coming from – and whether the world is ready.
No more manual and inefficient onboarding processes: with Business Account Check, your customers can verify a business bank account with just a few clicks – for a better onboarding and a safer payout setup.
Tom Pope, head of payments and platforms at Tink, explains where open banking payments are gaining the most traction – and why the big opportunities are emerging now.
Explore the different ways to leverage open banking technology in payments – beyond A2A and PIS. Enable seamless onboarding with instant account verification, and reduce fraud and nonpayments with real-time balance check.
Find out how PostNord Strålfors – the largest distributor of invoices in the Nordics – is transforming how invoices are paid. (Spoiler alert: it has to do with their new partnership with Tink.)
While we can never really know for sure what the new year will bring – it’s still quite fun to guess. (Then look back to see what you got right and where you were way off.) Here’s what Tink CEO Daniel Kjellén predicts for 2022.
What is the SEPA Request-to-Pay scheme? What does it mean for banks, merchants and consumers – and for the future of payments in Europe? Is there anything that might be holding it back? We provide answers – and our own take on it.
Find out how eCollect is simplifying and digitising invoice payments – and how their new partnership with Tink will help ensure hassle-free cash management for their customers and a seamless experience for end users.
We’re partnering with global financial automation and payments company Serrala to simplify the billing process and reduce transaction fees for billers while improving the payment experience for millions of consumers across Europe.
We’re teaming up with Tribe for open banking technology, enabling Tribe to combine issuer and acquirer services with Tink’s open banking payments – so Tribe’s customers can access both traditional and more innovative payment solutions.
Variable Recurring Payments is a hot topic in open banking, and many believe it could change the face of consumer payments as we know them. Here’s an overview of how it works – and why it’s such a powerful contender in the payments space.
SCA stands for Strong Customer Authentication, and it’s a regulatory requirement introduced in connection to PSD2. Here’s a basic summary of what a ‘strong’ authentication process can look like – and why it’s important.
When charging or paying out customers, businesses rely on them to provide their account details. But people can make mistakes – or try to commit fraud. Thankfully, account verification can save everyone a lot of grief.
Co-led by new investor Eurazeo Growth and existing investor Dawn Capital, Tink has announced an €85 million investment round extension, to accelerate its growth plans and expand payment initiation across Europe.
Find out how Swedish startup Avy is upgrading the renting experience for property owners and tenants by putting real people at the centre of real estate – and how Tink is helping improve one of the cornerstones of their product.
Get to know Tink’s new product, Account Check. Here’s how it can speed up and simplify the account verification process, providing an easier onboarding and setup for direct debit and payouts.
The news is out. We’re teaming up with Lydia as its open banking technology partner across Europe, to streamline the app’s bank connectivity and create new services for millions of customers.
Not sure what payment initiation is, what it looks like, or why you should care? We’re breaking it down into simple terms. Here’s how it works, and what advantages it brings to consumers and businesses alike.
Sopra Banking Software and Tink have joined forces to bring open banking solutions – account aggregation, data enrichment, payment initiation, and personal finance management technology – to a platform serving 1,500 financial institutions worldwide.
PayPal is making a second strategic investment in Tink, and together, their commercial agreement is extending across all countries in the EEA to continue the expansion of open banking technology.
Find out how Swedish company Kivra is providing a more user-friendly and friction-free payment solution – to simplify things for their customers, and their business.