One of the many companies that our editorial team have had their eye on over the last two years has been Nordigen. Hailed as the original free open banking platform. Nordigen provides free access to bank data as well as premium data insights.
Taking on the likes of Tink and Plaid at their own game. Nordigen is still a very young player in the market. However, it is a very well-connected player. From Ukraine to California, we speak to companies every day that either work with Nordigen or have come across them.
So, naturally, we were delighted to meet with the team from Nordigen at Money 20/20 Europe:
What is new at Nordigen?
Logging onto Nordigen’s blog is usually enough to gain an insight into what is happening at the company. It’s also very busy there. However, it’s often better to hear and see what the team is like at the fintech startup too.
Fortunately, the editorial team from Disruption Banking sat down with Mara Perkuma-Maslakova, the public relations manager at Nordigen. Mara shared with us how Nordigen is currently maintaining over 2,300 bank connections, making them a serious player in the open banking market.
Mara explained how it was great to be involved with such a large open banking player just as PSD3 is about to become a hot topic. The consultations will be adopted by the European Commission by the 4th Quarter this year, according to their website.
“Most of our clients are lenders or personal finance management apps,” Mara continued. “But anyone who needs data for verifying customers may need our help too.”
The future is bright, especially if you work with Nordigen. For more information about Mara’s insights from Money 20/20. We uploaded a video:
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.