Emirates NBD launched API developer portal to boost innovation

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Dubai’s biggest lender, Emirates NBD announced the launch of a ready-to-use financial Application Programming Interface (API) developer portal called ‘Emirates NBD API Souq.’

The new portal will provide “an ecosystem” for fintechs, developers, and corporate clients to rapidly develop innovative financial solutions. APIs are available to developers on the portal in six categories: account services, payments, collections, real-time notifications, trade services, and information services. In the coming months, the lender intends to expand the number of APIs available on the portal. According to the statement, the integration with the bank and the portal enables developers to quickly identify, test, and integrate APIs into their products and services in a highly secure environment.

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Emirates NBD launched API developer portal to boost innovation

Dubai’s biggest lender, Emirates NBD announced the launch of a ready-to-use financial Application Programming Interface (API) developer portal called ‘Emirates NBD API Souq.’

The new portal will provide “an ecosystem” for fintechs, developers, and corporate clients to rapidly develop innovative financial solutions. APIs are available to developers on the portal in six categories: account services, payments, collections, real-time notifications, trade services, and information services. In the coming months, the lender intends to expand the number of APIs available on the portal. According to the statement, the integration with the bank and the portal enables developers to quickly identify, test, and integrate APIs into their products and services in a highly secure environment.

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