At Airbank, we believe that it is always best to focus on what one is really good at.

That is why we put all of our efforts into ensuring the functionality and continuous improvement of our online App & platform, while leaving certain areas related to the provision of Open Banking technology to others.

Yapily, a regulated Open Banking technology & service provider is a recognized leader in the nascent fintech industry.

By providing us with technology solutions that run "in the background", they enable us to provide our users with the wide range of functions and features that make Airbank so unique.

Specifically, they provide some of the technology and services that we use to:

  • request transaction data from your banks and

  • provide transaction-level data compliant with FCA and BaFin regulations (under PSD2)

Why did you choose Yapily as an Open Banking service provider?

We chose Yapily because of their ISO 27001 certification and their track record with enterprise-grade clients.

Unlike other providers, Yapily has consistently shown that they are able to provide the highest level of security & stability, while also offering a high degree of technological flexibility & interoperability.

Yapily allows us to offer real pan-European coverage, making Airbank one of the most advanced multi-banking solutions available to date.

Important: all banking data requested and processed by Airbank remains in Germany & is therefore protected by stringent German & EU data security & privacy law.

At Airbank, we only use external service and technology providers that match or exceed our data & privacy protection measures & that provide their service in a manner that ensures our customer's data remains on our Germany-based servers.

Important: Please do not hesitate to get in touch with Airbank' s support team should you experience any issues or require additional support.

Just use the chat function on the Airbank homepage or in Airbank App (the speech bubble symbol in the lower right-hand corner) or send an email to:

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