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Revolut and TrueLayer are bringing Open Banking to users in Germany

With the new Open Banking function (linked accounts), Revolut customers can now link all their bank accounts at Comdirect, Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, ING-DiBa and Sparkasse in the Revolut app.

Open Banking payments up 832% during lockdown accoring to TrueLayer

Financial API provider TrueLayer has recorded a serious increase of UK consumers using Payment Initiation (PI) during the lockdown.

Revolut launches Open Banking in Italy in partnership with TrueLayer

Revolut has just announced the launch of Open Banking for its over 400.000 retail and business customers in Italy.

Revolut launches account aggregation feature in Ireland with the help of TrueLayer

Revolut has extended its open banking feature to Ireland. This feature launched in the U.K. during February. The partnership with TrueLayer enables customers to add third-party bank accounts to your Revolut account.

Revolut => Open banking? Yes in the U.K.

Possibly biggest European banking and money transfer app, Revolut, claims approx. 10 million customers. Now Revolut partnered with open banking API provider TrueLayer to add bank account aggregation features to its app.
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