Money Dashboard, a UK-based online personal financial management service, announced on Tuesday it has released integrations with three new account providers – Revolut, Chip, and Marcus by Goldman Sachs. According to Money Dashboard, the integrations help consumers track spending and progress towards their savings goals in real time.
Through the integrations, users may connect their various accounts to Money Dashboard, allowing them to see how much they’ve saved and spent, set budgets and plan for the future, no matter who they bank with, with Money Dashboard connecting to more than 60 financial institutions including challenger banks Monzo and Starling. Money Dashboard is leveraging Open Banking, a government initiative implemented to free up the way consumers share their financial data with regulated third parties. Speaking about the integrations, Steve Tigar, Money Dashboard CEO, stated:
“We’re on a mission to help people master their money by making it easy to manage all their accounts and see them in one place. The growing popularity of fintech apps is a positive sign for what’s to come in Open Banking and it’s exciting to be working with other ambitious fintechs to deliver better solutions for users.”
Money Dashboard launched a crowdfund on Crowdcube last month, raising more than £2 million within the first 24 hours.
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