Salt Edge hits next big milestone: 500+ integrated open banking APIs

Being on the right track and speeding up every month, Salt Edge quickly reaches a significant milestone for the company and the industry itself – successful integrations with 500+ open banking APIs. This number is especially important since now the company is integrated with banks in every country of the European Union.

A few weeks ago, Salt Edge celebrated the integrations with 400+ bank APIs, and now it is time for half a thousand connections, which is quite an achievement with benefits for all the market participants. The overall number of 500+ open banking APIs includes some big names: CMA9, Monzo, Revolut, Erste Group, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, UniCredit, N26, and Amazon Mastercard.

Salt Edge is working hard toward achieving its goal of connecting all the open banking APIs available within the EU. The process can be puzzling sometimes with a number of different issues arising, but keeping a collaborative attitude from both sides helps to go through the integration smoother. So there is a strong need for cooperation between banks and third-party providers. The next steps for Salt Edge include integrations with Crédit Agricole, Cecabank, DKB, solarisBank, Groupe Société Générale, and so on. The list of Salt Edge’s API connections that continues to grow can be followed here.

About Salt Edge

Salt Edge is a global fintech company offering a range of cutting-edge solutions to financial institutions, banks, finapps, and other fintech companies. The company is registered as Account Information Service Provider by the UK’s FCA, under PSD2. Among its most popular services are financial data aggregation API, open banking and PSD2 solutions, white label retail banking, and data enrichment. ISO 27001 certified, the company employs the highest international security measures to ensure stable and reliable interoperability channels between financial institutions and their users. Connected to 3500+ financial institutions in 60+ countries, Salt Edge brings comprehensive financial data at the fingertips of hundreds of thousands of end-users on a daily basis.

More information: www.saltedge.com

Phone number: +1-437-886-3969

E-mail: press@saltedge.com

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