Steve Tigar, Money Dashboard CEO

UK-based money management platform, Money Dashboard, has recently integrated with three new account providers, Revolut, Chip and Marcus by Goldman Sachs. The integrations will allow the customers to track their budgets, savings and spending, irrespective of their banks.

Money Dashboard connects to over 60 financial institutions including challenger banks Monzo and Starling and leverages Open Banking, a government initiative implemented to free up the way consumers share their financial data with regulated third parties.

Steve Tigar, Money Dashboard CEO said: “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 is the first UK personal finance app to release an integration with Revolut and follows the recent integration with cryptocurrency platform Coinbase. Recently, it has launched a crowdfund on Crowdcube, raising over  £2 million.

Established in 2009, Money Dashboard is a personal finance assistant that connects customers’ current accounts, savings accounts and credit cards from whichever institutions they bank with, all together in one secure place.

by Megha Bhattacharya
Market Analyst at IBS Intelligence