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August 8, 2022
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Bud launches open banking solution for payments

Bud, the UK-founded start-up, has launched an open banking application programme interface (API) for payments. The new solution will provide an alternative to card payments and bank transfers. “People look at open banking and think about aggregation, but in many ways, that’s the least disruptive part of it,” says Bud’s CEO The launch arrives hot on the heels of NatWest’s no-card payments service Payit, which the bank pushed live last week. The bank claimed it was one of the first banks to utilise open banking as a payment initiation service provider (PISP), rather than as an account information aggregator (AISP). Bud’s…
Bud launches open banking solution for payments

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