Available options for account aggregation in your country
Account aggregation is becoming a hot topic for banks and alternative lenders everywhere — it’s a great way to gain access to customer account information, which can be more useful in credit scoring than traditional credit bureau scores.
We work with global banks and lenders that already use account aggregation and wish to improve their portfolios with a more powerful analytics solution to extract insights from account data. Some of our potential partners, however, often ask us the same question: “Which aggregators are available in my country?”
To help navigate available market alternatives, we’ve compiled a list of service providers accessible in each country. In creating this list, we mainly focused on highlighting service providers that we believe can be used for credit scoring purposes.
Note: we’re aware that the list might be incomplete, as new account aggregators and AISPs (account information service providers) are entering new markets periodically. We will try our best to keep the list updated, but if you see anything missing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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