Salt Edge Inc. to support AISP Flows | Salt Edge

The company begins to provide Technical Services to licensed Account Information Services Providers.

May 2nd, 2018 – Salt Edge Inc., the Financial API Platform provider, announces that it begins the support of Account Information Services (AIS) flows for authorized under PSD2 Third Party Providers (TPP). The company has finalized the implementation of the required technology enabling it to act as a technical provider between banks and TPPs. Through years of experience on the European market, Salt Edge amassed the knowledge allowing for a streamlined integration, increased interoperability between systems and various types of applications, while simplifying the registration and authentication process. To gain access to account information on behalf of their customers, TPPs would usually have to register at a Bank as Developer, receive the private API keys, integrate said keys, and test the integration with the TPPs own system. With Salt Edge acting as Technical Service Provider, the TPP just has to obtain an AISP license, while Salt Edge handles the implementation of the Bank’s APIs, providing an interoperability solution for connecting TPPs to Banks. Salt Edge’s API is a flexible and customizable solution, which can be adjusted to specific PSD2 standards, including Open Banking in the UK, OB Berliner Group, PolishAPI in Poland, and Stet in France.   The company will act as a Technical Services Provider, realizing Unified Gateway channels between different standards and banks. Salt Edge is a stable and reliable partner, earning the trust of hundreds of thousands of end-users, which use the company’s channels on a daily basis. About Salt Edge Inc. Salt Edge Inc. is a fast-growing innovative company specialized in FinTech. It provides world-leading account data aggregation, customer-oriented money management, and white label banking solutions. Salt Edge enables its clients to embrace innovation, driving their businesses to the next level. The company’s Data Aggregation and Enrichment API supports over 2600 financial institutions across 60 markets. Salt Edge Inc. was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. More detailed information about the Salt Edge Inc. and its services can be found at www.saltedge.com. Phone number: +14378863969 E-mail: press@saltedge.com

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