The Hellenic Bank Authentication API can power your app with a robust set of permission-based consumer and business account and transactional data while adhering to bank-level security requirements. Effectively managing data is also key for regulatory reporting. Use the API to authenticate your users easily through your web/desktop and mobile applications. This will enable you to extend reach and attract additional customers.
Transactions are performed in a secure manner with the OAuth 2 protocol. Self-register to get started. Testing for your your app is available in Hellenic Bank’s sandbox environment. Real-time access on account activity via the Sandbox log.
Hellenic Bank offers a platform of financial APIs. Companies or developers interested in using the APIs can register and test them in a sandbox environment. The APIs' openness and modularity allow customers to experiment and innovate. The standards allow them to connect their systems very quickly. Openness to 3rd party solutions (e.g. FinTechs) enables platforms for partnerships and integrated value chains.
These APIs all you to:
Partner with one of the leading and most innovative banks in Cyprus
Unlock new business models with our APIs
Secure, reliable and scalable APIs
Open APIs available for non-customers of our bank
Multi-currency money movements, authentication and account reporting all in one place
Start creating using our realistic sandbox environment and quickly test your ideas
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