A neat tool to track banking APIs around the world

Phil Siarri

Sr Advisor - Innovation Research at Konttent.com

Phil Siarri is an innovation management professional and fintech observer. He has been selected as one of Canada’s top 40 social influencers in finance, innovation and risk by Thomson Reuters as well as top 50 fintech influencers in Montreal by FinFusion.

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A neat tool to track banking APIs around the world

13.04.2018 08:00 am

It is safe to say there has been a proliferation of newly launched banking APIs (application programming interfaces) in the last few years. From Europe to Asia Pacific, more and more financial institutions are embracing the open banking movement and it can be difficult to track new releases. Recently, while conducting research, I came across openbankingapis.io: a website tracking banking API efforts around the globe.

Openbankingapis.io screenshot, Fair use.

 

The simple interface allows you to:

  • Search solutions by geographical clusters.
  • Search solutions by type (Account APIs, Payment APIS, Customer APIs, etc…).
  • Track new related press releases and other announcements.
  • Access official solution sites.

Let’s hope this project keeps on growing and its associated tool gets updated on a regular basis.

This article was originally published on Nuadox

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