Fidor’s digital banking right shot for Van Lanschot
Dutch wealth management firm Van Lanschot has chosen Fidor’s digital banking solution for an upgrade of its payments software and infrastructure.
As part of the agreement, Fidor will manage user and account data and will process Van Lanschot’s payments flows within its fidorOS (fOS) platform, which is built using open APIs.
It will also modernise the user experience with iOS and Android native mobile applications and a desktop internet banking platform front end.
Richard Bruens, member of the executive board of Van Lanschot, says Fidor’s solution “also opens up a multitude of opportunities as banks are given more chance to collaborate together”.
Fidor adds that the deal comes at a time where banks will soon be facing pressure to comply with the new Payment Services Directive (PSD2).
Van Lanschot was founded in 1737 and is headquartered in the city of ‘s-Hertogenbosch (yes, that is correct), colloquially known as Den Bosch.