Banks

Stand out with forward-thinking services and ease of use

Open Banking and PSD2 are changing banking as we know it, allowing more providers onto the scene and generating more competition with it. But banks can also benefit from opportunities created under these new changes. By offering Account Information Services (AIS) and Payment Initiation Services (PIS), you can create innovative products to build engagement, retention, and brand advocacy.

Benefits for customers

Give your customers a clearer overview of their finances and empower them to make financial decisions with more confidence thanks to AIS account aggregation. With PIS, they can even move money across these accounts and only have to confirm the payment with their bank.

Benefits for banks

  • Staying top of mind. In a landscape designed to encourage multi-banking, account aggregation can turn your app or website into your customers’ go-to banking tool.
  • As secure as you are. API-to-API connections are a fast, reliable and secure way to offer AIS. Additionally, the YTS API is built according to bank-level security standards.
  • Understand your customers. If your customers do more of their banking through your online environment, you are in a much better position to offer them solutions that meet their needs.
  • Excellent starting place for innovative services. Together, AIS and PIS unlock a wealth of opportunities to expand your services, from financial advice to loan and deal brokerage.

What YTS can do for banks

The single, unified YTS API offers a user-friendly access point for both AIS and PIS connections. We built our API with bank-level security, so you don’t have to make any concessions regarding your usual level of data protection. And what if all your customers want to get on board? Our technology is ready to scale with you.

Find out how our API can transform your business

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