Moneyhub adds more Irish banks to its open banking offering

By Oliver Smith on Tuesday 25 August 2020

Savings and Investment

Allied Irish Bank (AIB), Bank of Ireland, First Trust, and Ulster Bank add their connections to CEO Sam Seaton’s fintech.

Moneyhub adds more Irish banks to its open banking offering
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Personal finance app and open banking provider Moneyhub has added a smattering of new Irish banks to its platform, extending the fintech’s reach in Ireland.

Allied Irish Bank (AIB), Bank of Ireland, First Trust, and Ulster Bank are among the new additions, allowing Moneyhub’s enterprise clients to offer customers access to their financial data from these banks.

“Building on our established Open Finance reputation in the UK, we are proud to be further strengthening our Irish proposition, helping business transform and grow at a time when they’re under real pressure,” said Moneyhub CEO Sam Seaton.

Moneyhub’s clients include the likes of Nationwide, Lumio, KPGM and AON, with the startup boasting that the addition of these new banking API connections will help its European customers to reach Irish consumers.

Seaton also pointed towards Moneyhub’s future work on more datasets within the remit of Open Finance, something she said “is changing the financial landscape before our very eyes, and we are hugely excited to be expanding the frontier.”

Moneyhub also claims to be the only open banking provider with a broad reach of connnections beyond just banks, with its bespoke integrations with pensions, investments, loans, mortgages, savings, property values and credit cards.

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Companies in this Article:

Moneyhub
Nationwide
Lumio