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TrueLayer launches in Italy

You can now access data from the largest banks in Italy with TrueLayer

The fintech ecosystem in Italy is set for take-off! ✈️As digital financial services become the new norm across Europe, the appetite for new and innovative products amongst Italian users is increasing. This makes Italy an exciting market for open banking based opportunities.Today, we’re happy to announce that the TrueLayer platform is now available in Italy. From safer lending to smarter investing, our platform makes it easy to integrate banking data, payments, and other financial services into any application or website.

What this means for businesses

Businesses can now access data from Italy’s largest banks directly from the TrueLayer console, including UniCredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, and Poste Italiane. The best part? You can start building for free. With secure access to banking data through one unified platform, businesses can build next-generation fintech products that deliver a more engaging, personalised customer experience.

Customers expanding with us

We pride ourselves on building a robust infrastructure that enables our customers to scale globally, fast. One of these customers is Revolut. Following recent expansions into France and Ireland, Revolut users in Italy can now connect their external bank accounts to the Revolut app, and access budgeting tools, giving them greater visibility and control over their finances.If you’re curious to see what our customers are building, you can learn more on our website.

Interested in using TrueLayer in Italy? 🇮🇹

It’s easy to integrate with us, so you can have your first proof-of-concept up and running in a matter of hours. Contact us today to speak to an expert, or visit our documentation to start building.

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Veronika joined TrueLayer in 2020, since then she has helped us build & launch connectivity in Spain & Italy and continues to help us break new ground in the EU.

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