Everything you need to build first-class financial services
Unnax is the only Open Banking provider
that offers bank aggregation, payments, onboarding, and e-money services through
a single API.
Unnax Regulatory Services is a licensed Electronic Money Institution registered with the Bank of Spain, registration number 6719.
Our technologies cover the entire customer journey
Unnax is the only Open Banking provider that offers bank aggregation, payments, onboarding, and emoney services through a single API.
Access a full suite of regulated services with no burden for your business
Delight your users with services that are fast and frictionless
Whether it’s aggregating personal financial data in real-time or moving money into a user’s account in under 15 minutes, our technology will help you build products that turn first-time buyers into recurring customers.
Leverage data to make better decisions and build relationships
Understand your customers better with thousands of data points that illustrate trends, spending habits, financial health, and much more.
Provide regulated services with no burden for your business
Where we operate
Integrate with ease
Whether you’re building a credit scoring system or a digital wallet infrastructure with automated payments, our technology is designed to integrate with ease and scale with your business.
We’re regulated so you don’t have to be
Talk to our team and find out how Regulation as a Service can help your business
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