Finnish fintech company Mash partners with Tink to take the next step in becoming a fully data-driven payment solution provider.
Tink’s account aggregation capabilities allow for the aggregation of any financial information that is typically available in banks’ mobile apps. Mash will use Tink’s technology to deliver a better experience to its 150,000 users by providing smoother onboarding process and much deeper control, visibility and insight about their financials.
The partnership is part of Mash’s wider plans to enhance the customer experience and build new, innovative services for its users under the new payment services directive (PSD2).
The integration will be rolled out later this year in Finland and can be extended to Mash’s operations in Sweden, Poland and Spain.
- I think we found a perfect match here. We selected Tink as an API provider due to their capabilities in Finland and their pan-European connectivity. The quality of the aggregated data that Tink can access makes them a reliable source which will enable us to deliver a better service to our customers by making more informed decisions, says James Hickson, CEO at Mash.
- Mash is one of our partners who chooses to leverage the opportunities brought about by open banking to become more data-driven and deliver a better customer service. It’s one of the use cases that will bring benefits to both their customers and to them as a business, which is exactly what open banking is all about, says Daniel Kjellén, CEO and co-founder at Tink.
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