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August 11, 2022
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Tink continues acquisition play with credit decisioning platform Instantor

Tink, the Swedish open banking fintech, has acquired Instantor, a credit decisioning solution provider, for an undisclosed amount. The deal follows the completion of its €15.5 million acquisition of Madrid-based aggregator Eurobits in May. “I believe this is a great strategic fit rooted in a shared mission,” says Instantor’s CEO Instantor, Tink’s latest acquisition, works with 150 banks and fintech across 13 European markets. It employees a team of 26. The deal Tink says the acquisition is part of its strategy “to continue to invest in intelligent data-services based on open banking”. Instantor’s credit decisioning software will sit on top…
Tink continues acquisition play with credit decisioning platform Instantor

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