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HES FinTech joins forces with Nordigen to simplify open banking adoption in Europe

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RIGA, Latvia (June 14, 2022) – HES FinTech has partnered with Nordigen to provide seamless and integrated end-to-end digital lending solutions with multiple financial providers to rejuvenate the existing European financial ecosystem.

HES FinTech is an industry leader that connects financial institutions to intelligent lending platforms that help automate services and increase revenues. HES began in 2012 as a software vendor that would bridge the gap between the old and new worlds of lending through cutting-edge software that reduces operating costs and replaces manual tasks, streamlining front-to-back workflows.

HES is a long-term partner of 160 financial institutions in over 31 countries. They combine industry experience with innovative technologies and empower financial institutions with comprehensive loan management solutions. HES LoanBox, a ready-made lending software product, is a result of this experience. LoanBox covers most of lending business processes: from customer onboarding to collections, it enhances the customer experience and provides a perfect out-of-the-box solution to financial institutions. 

The partnership with Nordigen establishes an exciting new chapter in the industry as it allows for collaboration between open banking technology with state-of-the-art loan management software, providing new opportunities in the European market. Removing the hassle of visiting offices and signing papers, the tech-powered solution provides never before seen ease of access in the lending industry. 

“HES FinTech’s partnership with Nordigen is a major step for us, our business customers, and the entire fintech ecosystem in Europe. We believe the integration of open banking technologies with the end-to-end loan management software creates additional opportunities for financial businesses and end-customers and expands horizons in accessible tech-powered lending,” comments Dmitry Dolgorukov, CRO and Co-Founder of HES FinTech.

Nordigen provides an extensive open banking platform that has access to over 2300 banks across Europe through regulated Application Programming Interface (API) connections. This offers the opportunity for seamless aggregation of banking data to users and developers to innovate improved financial services.

Both Dmitry Dolgorukov (HES FinTech CRO and Co-Founder) and Rolands Mesters (Nordigen CEO and Co-founder) are financial market experts, with long standing interest in open banking, transforming market trends and digital hurdles. 

“We are delighted to announce this endorsement and partnership with HES FinTech. HES provides excellent market-oriented lending solutions for digital transformation of loan origination and loan servicing. With this collaboration we have taken the next step in further integrating their customers into the European financial market and it gives us the opportunity to develop a long-lasting, industry-leading partnership,” says Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen.

About Nordigen

Nordigen is a freemium open banking platform that provides free access to open banking data and premium data insights. Nordigen’s free API connects to more than 2,300 banks in Europe and serves fintech companies and developers in 31 European countries, including the UK. Nordigen is a licensed Account Information Service Provider (AISP), regulated by the Financial and Capital Market Commission of Latvia and authorised in 31 European countries.

About HES FinTech

HES FinTech is an end-to-end provider of lending software to financial institutions. Established  in 2012, HES has partnered with 160 financial institutions in 31 countries, streamlining and automating loan management solutions. With industry experience and state-of-the-art technology, HES simplifies financial institutions lending services. 

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