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December 1, 2021

Portability: The Future Of Financial Data

Not long ago, consumers were kept in the dark. They didn’t have visibility into who had access to their financial data…

November 17, 2021

Pentadata Announces Partnership with MX

Integration Agreement Enables Consumers to Securely Access and Transparently Share Their Financial Information

October 19, 2021

Pentadata Open-Banking Partnerships

Pentadata uses machine learning to create signals (physical support of information) and value-added concepts…

AUGUST 11, 2021

FIS Integrates APIs with Pentadata

Pentadata Inc. today announced it has signed and integrated its secure APIs with the largest processing…

AUGUST 5, 2021

Pentadata Announces Agreement with Finicity Open Banking Platform

Pentadata developer platform to access consumer-permissioned data from Finicity to deliver…

JULY 29, 2021

Pentadata Announces Open Finance Integration with Akoya

Data Joint Venture including Chase, Bank of America, Citi, Wells Fargo signs Pentadata Open Banking API Agreement

JULY 6, 2021

Put Data Ownership Where It Belongs: With The Consumer

In the world of digital commerce, there are lots of parties who’ve long had access to information…

FEBRUARY 28, 2021

Pentadata API Platform for Developers

Raw data available from third-party sources used by application software developers…

Blog Articles

Podcast and Webinars

APIs & the Power of Data: New Ways to Know the Customer

Learn more about creativity and control with consumer data by speaking with Ester Shin, Head of Operations at Pentadata. We discuss the concept of keeping data in consumers’ control, and how companies can use that data to serve people well.

Who Can You Trust With Your Data?

Pietro Grandinetti, Chief Technology Officer at Pentadata, speaks about how fin-tech data companies have sprung up, offering enhanced control and privacy for the most important type of personal data: financial data.

The Future of Digital Data Regulation

Jacques Baritot, Attorney at Pentadata, speaks about digital privacy and what is coming next in financial data.