Efficient and fast
implementation of new Open Wealth use cases with a curated partner ecosystem
The networked collaboration of banks, intermediaries and digital partners in the securities business has so far been characterised by proprietary interfaces. In order to be able to scale investment solutions with asset managers or new partners, a new interface standard has been defined by the Open Wealth Community. The new Open Wealth APIs also enable banks and WealthTechs to collaborate better and offer innovative and complementary services together. With the ecosystem, banks can thus efficiently uncover new revenue streams and opportunities for customer retention, risk-free.
ndgit’s Open Wealth Platform enables banks to easily integrate Open Wealth APIs as future-proof interfaces into their inventory systems and securely connect them to wealth managers’ portfolio management systems or WealthTechs’ partner services.
ndgit’s Open Wealth Platform opens up traditional portfolio systems for secure networking with WealthTechs and asset managers. Implement the Open Wealth Community APIs with ndgit, with all the security features and tools for back-end integration. In addition, use the ndgit Ecosystem Hub to collaborate easily and quickly with new partners, from compliance to contract management.
Open finance platform
Platform with comprehensive API management to develop, secure and manage financial services more efficiently.
Open Banking und PSD2 APIs
Predefined open banking and PSD2 APIs with a broad spectrum of bank-secure authentication and authorisation functionalities.
Full banking compliance and secure hosting in our multi-certified data centers.
The consulting firm Synpulse and the Open Wealth initiative rely on the API platform and the ndgit API sandbox for Open Wealth.
“The ndgit open finance platform is not only ideal for effective and easily scalable API management, but also the perfect starting point for the evolution of banking systems towards true open finance hubs. Digital asset management or Open Wealth is a profitable field that banks can sensibly and easily incorporate into their digital offerings.”
Simon Alioth, Partner Synpulse Management Consulting