A deal which started on the eve of lockdown.
The completion means that Spain’s central bank, Banco de España, has approved the deal and that Eurobits’ 54 employees will now join Tink, pushing its total headcount to 365 employees.
It will also boost Tink’s coverage from 13 to 17 markets, with Eurobits bringing more coverage in Europe and Latin America and with that new fintech and banking customers including BBVA, Santander, Sabadell, Fintonic, the National Bank of Greece and La Banque Postale of France.
In March Tink CEO and co-founder Daniel Kjellén said the deal would: “strengthen our platform through increased connectivity, it also gives existing Eurobits customers access to our payment initiation and data services.”
“We look forward to coming together with Eurobits to enhance the connectivity and open banking technology for Europe’s banks, fintechs and startups.”