One PSD2 compliant platform, endless opportunities.
What will you build with Tink?
Use cases for each stage of your customer journey, built on Tink's open banking platform.
Simplify your onboarding
Simplify the process
Increase approval & payback rates
Limit risk and increase revenue
Verify correct bank accounts
Own the complete experience
Sales through personalisation
Engagement through goals
Be indispensable to your customers
Get the tools, resources, and guides you need to build great open banking experiences.
Build your product in days, not months, and with less development resources
Nearly a decade of PFM experience distilled into our most popular features
Completely customisable PFM journeys including theming elements such as colors, fonts
Quality assured, secure, and live in production
The front-end SDKs make it easy to get started
New features released regularly, Tink handles maintenance and updates
Each individual element can be customised based on your fonts and colours, so when customers use your apps they’ll recognise your brand.
Pick what elements to include, and create your own layout. All features and components are modular, so you can put them wherever you’d like in your app.
With our PFM SDKs you can implement in a matter of days rather than months – using just three lines of code. Offer a world-class solution in no time by using tools your developers are already familiar with.
We’re not done. We’re constantly building new features and components based on feedback and research with real users. As we make updates to the SDKs, they’re automatically available to you so your customers can enjoy the latest and greatest of PFM.
Portugal’s leading bank, Caixa Geral de Depósitos wanted to give all Portuguese consumers a tool to better understand and manage their finances.
So they used Tink’s PFM toolkit to build DABOX, an app that lets users see all their accounts and real-time, categorised transactions. DABOX users can also set budgets or savings goals, and get statistics and personalised insights into their spending.