ABN Amro joins API rush with developer portal

ABN Amro Developer Portal

ABN Amro has launched the first version of its Developer Portal, with a series of commercial application programming interfaces (APIs). The bank says working more closely with external developers will help it accelerate innovation and improve its services.

Tink secures investment and bank partners as it plans European expansion

Swedish fintech company Tink has signed with Nordic banks Nordea, Klarna and Nordnet. Integrating in 2018, the banks will use Tink’s payment technology and personal finance management (PFM) platform within their existing customer channels.

SaaS-y Mambu powers New10’s Dutch SME lending

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New10, ABN Amro’s newly launched fintech firm, has selected Mambu’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) engine to power a range of SME lending products in the Netherlands. Like many start-ups, speed is part of the sales pitch, and New10 says it aims to provide credit decisions for SMEs within 15 minutes and offers a fully digital application process. […]

Moneyou moves on millennials with Bankable platform


Moneyou, the digital consumer subsidiary of Dutch bank ABN Amro, has implemented UK-based Bankable’s Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform. The service is now open to selected customers in the Netherlands. Moneyou provides savings accounts to more than half a million customers and says it is diversifying via Bankable’s multi-wallet and multi-card technology to launch a product portfolio […]

Fintech funding round-up: 7 September 2017

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The fintech funding is on fire. Following on from yesterday’s (6 September) action, here’s another round-up. Features ABN Amro, Cloud Lending Solutions, Dataiku, EY and Innovate Finance. Amsterdam-based ABN Amro has made an undisclosed investment in US-based Cloud Lending Solutions (CLS) – the second by the bank’s Digital Impact Fund (DIF) and in line with […]

Dutch regulator fines International Card Services €2.4m


The Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) is fining International Card Services (ICS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of ABN Amro, for excessive credit limits. In March 2017, ICS says it took the initiative itself and prepared a compensation plan for the clients concerned. ICS will pay the €2.4 million fine imposed by the AFM. Which […]

ABN Amro and ING lead charge for Dutch ATM survival


ABN Amro, ING, Rabobank and Geldservice Nederland (GSN) have teamed up to explore a potential initiative to ensure the availability of ATMs in the Netherlands. These discussions are being conducted in consultation with the nation’s central bank, De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), and draw upon “successful initiatives” in Sweden and Finland. With the rise of digital […]

ABN Amro pilots blockchain in commercial real estate

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Amsterdam-based ABN Amro Bank has launched a pilot to explore how its blockchain application Torch can be used in real estate transactions to record and exchange information. The bank says real estate transactions involve numerous parties, such as buyers, sellers, tenants, landlords, appraisers, notaries, banks, the Land Registry Office, the Chamber of Commerce and regulators. […]

ABN Amro selects MarkLogic for trade store

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Amsterdam-based ABN Amro Bank has chosen MarkLogic Corporation’s database for its trade store – and to integrate trade data across asset-classes and several trading systems. It will provide a consolidated view of data to provide a “single source of truth” for reporting purposes as well as providing alerts when behaviour is outside normal parameters. Jaap […]

Tier 1 US bank live with Temenos core and payments software

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Temenos says it has gone live with its flagship T24 core banking system at a “top 20 US bank”. Banking Technology understands this is Ally Financial. The bank is also now live with the vendor’s newly-built payments hub, Temenos Payments Suite (TPS). It is “the first tier 1 bank to do so in the US”, […]