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Beyond Bank partners with Frollo to launch PFM app

Beyond Bank will pilot the Frollo PFM platform to rapidly launch a white label financial wellbeing app alongside its main banking app We’re excited to announce we have signed Beyond Bank, one of Australia’s largest customer owned banks, as a client for our Personal Finance Management (PFM) platform. The bank will use Frollo’s PFM platform

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Consumers are excited for Open Banking features

Research by Frollo shows that 1 in 3 consumers would consider switching banks to get Open Banking features. Consumers are excited about the new and improved user experiences Open Banking can provide. We asked more than 500 consumers about the most popular Open Banking use cases and it turns out that most of them would

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Neo-lenders need to focus on financial wellbeing to win consumers’ trust

Research by Frollo and EML shows 76% of consumers consider responsible lending very important when taking out a personal loan, and 68% want Money Management tools from their lender. Today, Frollo, the Australian leader in Open Banking solutions, and EML, a global leader in payments have published ‘Trust and the future of consumer lending’: a

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Frollo & EML Unveil The Future Of Money Giving Lenders & Neobanks Early Access To Australia’s First-ever Open Banking Payments Platform

Payments and Open Banking pioneers EML and Frollo have combined forces to help lenders and FinTechs access the latest in payments and banking technology to bridge the trust gap between consumers and lenders with Australia’s most innovative white-label digital wallet product – Nuapay. EML Payments Limited (ASX: EML) (S&P/ASX 200) and Frollo have made financial history with the

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Frollo named Australia’s best Money Management app of 2021

We received some great news this week: the Frollo app was named the best Money Management app of 2021 by finance comparison website Mozo!  The expert judges from Mozo thoroughly reviewed Australian apps and compared the following features: The institutions from which you can link your accounts Transaction categorisation Budgeting features Alerts and insights Security

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Our 2020 highlights

Happy new year! 2020 was an extraordinary year in many ways. As a business, Frollo went through some changes and achieved a number of exciting milestones. We launched 5 products on our Open Banking platform, signed and launched with new clients and had a real, positive impact on the financial wellbeing of our PFM app

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Frollo 3.0 brings Open Banking to Android (and much more!)

Happy New Year! Today we’re launching Frollo 3.0, a big update to our iOS and Android apps to help you better manage your money (and stick with your new year’s resolutions 😉) Below we’ve listed six new and improved features for Android and iOS. Download the app now to get started! Download the app With

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Gareth Gumbley (Frollo) on Open Banking

Gareth Gumbley CEO & Founder, Frollo “We need to share our learnings with other organisations and support the ecosystem, to all be part of something much bigger and exciting in the future.” As one of only 9 companies to take part in the ACCC’s Open Banking trial and the first to become an ADR, Frollo

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Gareth Gumbley and Tony Carn on the State of Open Banking in Australia

Earlier this month Frollo and NextGen.Net published the inaugural report ‘The state of Open Banking in Australia‘. The free report, jam-packed with insights, survey results and interviews with industry leaders has received a lot of interest over the last few weeks. As part of the In Focus series on The Adviser, Annie Kane interviewed Frollo

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Use our AI to turn transaction data into insights

We’re excited to share we’re launching our Data Enrichment API, to help our B2B customers turn transaction data into insights. Our AI-powered data enrichment engine brings together the power of big data and smart algorithms, and packages it up in one easy to use API for anyone to use. The challenge: Turning raw data into insights

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