BNPL firm Anyday opts for Nordigen for client analytics and loan decision making

  • Banking
  • 13.01.2022 10:45 am

Buy Now, Pay Later player Anyday has partnered with open banking platform Nordigen to provide accurate and healthy credit offerings. Using Nordigen’s premium lending categorisation tool, Anyday will be able to perform detailed credit checks, approving their customers in seconds. 

Anyday is a Denmark-based, financing solution that prioritises users’ experience, by removing interest rates and additional fees typically associated with BNPLs. Instead they work with countless merchants who take on additional fees on their sides, to benefit the users. 

"Anyday's mission is to provide fair and transparent financing to all shoppers. In order to accomplish this, we knew we needed to partner with a provider that can help us gain deep insight into a shopper's personal economy in order to provide a healthy credit offering. With that, Nordigen was a clear choice. Our communication and collaboration were rock solid from the start and Nordigen's APIs were seamless to integrate. We couldn't be happier that now, together, we are able to further deliver on our mission to provide the best possible financing solution for merchants and shoppers across Denmark, without any unexpected expenses and unpleasant surprises,” says Luke Golden, product owner at Anyday. 

Nordigen securely shares financial information with third party financial service providers in Europe through the use of their PSD2-regulated APIs. This information helps SMEs provide their users with better services and quicker credit checks. 

“Anyday has created a financing tool for the people and we are delighted to be collaborating with them to enhance their credit check process. Open banking has created many opportunities for good with transaction data sharing and creating better, more simplified processes to benefit the user and our premium categorisation tool helps take this one step further with more organised and clear data analysis,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.

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