List of all banking APIs [updated]

For banks and alternative lenders

Our clients are banks and alternative lenders that use different banking APIs to get access to loan applicant bank statements, transactions and bank account histories. Over time we've come across many banking APIs, so here is a comprehensive list of all of those we've seen.

Third-party banking APIs:

3rdVista http://3rdvista.com/ — US-based company, focusing on SME lenders
Afterbanks https://www.afterbanks.com/ — supports the largest banks in Spain, Portugal and Mexico
Bankin https://bws.bankin.com — French-based, supports 4 countries in Europe
Canopy https://canopy.cloud/ — supports the largest banks in Singapore (and some additional countries in Asia)
CreditSense https://creditsense.com.au/ — supports the largest banks in Australia and New Zealand
Eurobits http://www.eurobits.es/ — supports the largest banks in Spain
eWise http://www.ewise.com/ — supports the largest banks in Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Switzerland, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Hong Kong
Fabric https://www.connectwithfabric.com/ — supports the largest banks in Australia, NZ, UK, Europe and the US
figo.io https://www.figo.io/ — supports the largest banks in Germany and Austria
Finicity https://www.finicity.com — supports the largest banks in the US
FintecSystems https://fintecsystems.com/ — supports the largest banks in Germany and Austria
FormFree http://www.formfree.com/ — supports the largest banks in the US
Instantor https://www.instantor.com/ — supports the largest banks in Finland, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Georgia, Denmark, Brasil, Mexico
Kontomatik http://kontomatik.com/ — supports the largest banks in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain, Russia, Mexico, Brazil, Italy and Portugal
Moneytree http://link.moneytree.jp/ — supports the largest banks in Japan and Australia
Nordic API Gateway https://www.nordicapigateway.com/ — supports the vast majority of banks in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland
Plaid https://plaid.com/ — supports the largest banks in the US
Pich http://www.pichtechnologies.com/ — supports the largest banks in Spain
Proviso https://proviso.com.au/ — supports the largest banks in Australia and New Zealand
Quovo https://www.quovo.com/ — supports the largest banks in theUS
SaltEdge https://www.saltedge.com — supports large banks in 55 (!) countries
SynapsePay synapsepay.com — supports large banks in US
Topicus Finance http://www.topicusfinance.com/ — supports the largest banks in The Netherlands
Yodlee https://www.yodlee.com/ — supports the largest banks in US, UK, Spain, Australia, India and New Zealand

Banks that have direct APIs:

BBVA https://www.bbvaapimarket.com/ — in US and Spain
Capital One https://developer.capitalone.com/ — in US
Fidor Bank https://www.fidor.com/ — in Germany
Monzo Bank https://monzo.com/ — in UK
Nest Bank https://nestapi.nestbank.pl/dokumentacja — in Poland
OCBC Bank https://api.ocbc.com/store/ — in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Indonesia
Česká Spořitelna https://developers.csas.cz/?lang=en — the largest bank in Czech Republic
Sabadell http://developers.bancsabadell.com/ — in Spain
OP https://op-developer.fi — in Finland

Other interesting projects:

Open Bank Project https://openbankproject.com — initiative to promote open banking APIs in Europe (with support of PSD2) and other countries.

Note:
The list is not complete, but I will try my best to update it regularly, as new players enter the market. If you have any ideas for improvements for the list, please let me know: info@nordigen.com

About Nordigen:
Nordigen is transaction categorisation API tailored for lending institutions that supports transaction data from a variety of banking APIs. We provide transaction categorisation services in Spain, Finland, Poland, Germany, New Zealand, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.