Connecting your product with open finance
Integrate with Fiskil to easily access real-time banking and energy data that elevates your customers experience
Built for developers
We've made it quick and easy to connect to our
powerful and scalable back-end infrastructure
What’s open data?
The process of banks, energy providers and other financial institutions opening up data for regulated providers to access, use and share.
What Fiskil does
Fiskil handles the hard work when it comes to accessing banking and energy data under the Consumer Data Right (CDR). So that companies can focus on their core business.
How it works
We’ll ask the user if they agree to share their banking data. The user will then select the data they wish to share, and for how long it will be shared for.
Upon consent the user will authenticate into any bank of their choice simply using a biometric scan or a phone number and verification code. No login credentials will be collected.
Fiskil collects information
Fiskil collects, cleans and aggregates the user’s information fetched from the bank. Even if your user collects from multiple banks, we will always standardise and make sense of the data.
Sleek and simple.
Our front-end module is designed to optimise conversion,
and is easy to drop in to whatever you're building.
How Fiskil is Used
Verify account ownership and identity details directly from the user's bank account.
Reduce drop off rates by automatically completing applications, forms and onboarding processes.
Utilise transactional data to detect malicious or fradulent behaviours.
Turn banking data into budgeting, forecasting and savings insights for your users.
Why use Fiskil?
If used well, Fiskil APIs have the potential to hugely benefit your business, attract new users, and improve the experience of your existing ones. Fiskil's pre-built compliance solutions, unified API and data enrichment services will cut development time, improving speed to market and lowering IT Project delivery risk.
How does Fiskil work?
All you need to do is sign up, get an API key, and start sending requests.