In September, 2016, Dutch bank ABN AMRO launched its standalone PFM iOS application Grip built entirely on top of the Tink platform and based on a customised white-label version of Tink’s own frontend design. Two months later, in November 2016, the Android version was released.

Before the full-market-launch, surveys with 10,000 customers showed that 73% of the respondents would recommend the app to a friend. In addition, one out of two gave the bank a higher overall rating after using the app.

ABN AMRO managed to go live with a public beta of Grip within 90 days of contract signing.

"With an unbeatable time-to-market, the Grip app is one of our most successful partnerships to date."

- Roland Booijen, Director Apps & Digital Innovation



SEB, a leading Nordic bank, has developed its own PFM offering to private customers based on the Tink Platform. Our simple APIs allow them to integrate all PFM functionalities, such as spending categorisation or push notifications for real time advice and warnings, right inside their regular Mobile Banking app. SEB's app is now the most popular channel for private customers in Sweden, with more than 50 million visits every quarter.  
The Tink platform, continuously processing real-time transactions from 1,2 million customers, is hosted inside SEB’s own data-centre. The platform’s enriched data can be accessed and used throughout various different systems in the bank with ease.
"Tink's technology is an important building block in SEB's promise to provide state-of-the-art digital banking and a world-class customer experience."

- Christoffer Malmer, Co-Head Corporate & Private Customer Division


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