Tink Collaborates with ecolytiq to Combine Fintech and Sustainability


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Ecolytiq, a climate engagement solutions platform, and open banking company Tink have teamed up to create a tool that combines financial advice with sustainability-focused education.

According to the company, this alliance will enable Tink to give both new and current customers the option to integrate sustainability-based services, with scalable implementation across various markets. The collaboration aims to give financial institutions the tools to assist their customers in understanding how their consumption patterns impact their environmental footprints by fusing Tink’s open banking expertise with ecolytiq’s sustainability expertise.

The ecolytiq sustainability services will be expanded across all 18 markets where Tink currently has a presence as part of Tink’s customer engagement and financial coaching suite.

Read More: Tink, ecolytiq merge FinTech and sustainability with carbon tracking feature

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