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This year Spuerkeess is participating in the 39th Stock Market Learning competition, a realistic stock market simulation contest and the only one of its kind...
We had only just launched the third-party bank aggregation functionality in S-Net and we already had over a thousand users.
Today, with a number of users in the five digits, Open Banking has become a reality in Luxembourg and it was logical for Spuerkeess to move beyond Luxembourg’s borders.Roger Krämer, Head of Business Innovation Office
As customer-oriented as ever, Spuerkeess is therefore now expanding its offer by providing the integration of accounts at the neobanks Revolut and N26.
We have established a roadmap based on the preferences expressed by our customers, and our technical teams, together with that of our partner LUXHUB, have launched developments. We will add more and more third-party banks over time.Daniel Madariaga, Team Manager, Business Innovation Office
As an ambitious bank aware of the potential of Open Banking, Spuerkeess wants to enrich its offer in the near future with the integration of border banks in particular.
Open Banking enables banks to create new experiences in order to meet their clients’ expectations, while differentiating themselves from their competitors.
We are proud to continue our collaboration with Spuerkeess, which began more than three years ago, and will continue with the gradual integration of several other European banks.Jacques Pütz, CEO, LUXHUB
In order to ensure the proper functioning of Open Banking services, Spuerkeess is dependent on implementations carried out with other banks, in accordance with PSD 2. Therefore, in the event of a problem, we ask our customers to please contact the S-Net teams (via a specific form in the Help menu or via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org), who will contact the banks concerned to resolve any issues as quickly as possible.