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Akoya

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Founded Year

2018

Stage

Incubator/Accelerator | Alive

About Akoya

Akoya provides a data delivery platform that offers financial institutions a service that empowers their consumers to grant and revoke third party access to their financial data in a safe, secure and transparent manner. Akoya facilitates this access while eliminating the need for consumers to share their user IDs and passwords.

Headquarters Location

6 Liberty Square, #2381

Boston, Massachusetts, 02109,

United States

888-462-5692

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ESPs containing Akoya

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Financial Services / Retail Banking Tech

Companies in this market help banks become more data-driven through APIs. This allows both banks and third-parties to more easily tap into customer data, which is then used to deliver better digital experiences and products. Potential applications include frictionless digital banking solutions, account and ID verification, creditworthiness assessments, payment enablement, personal finance insights…

Akoya named as Challenger among 14 other companies, including Plaid, Tink, and MX Technologies.

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Akoya's Products & Differentiators

    APIs

    Various data clusters in a common data format: • Accounts - Account types, display names, descriptions, and masked account numbers. • Balances - Current balances, credit limits, due dates, interest rates, rewards balances, recurrences, and more. • Transactions – Historical and current transactions, including types, amounts, dates, and descriptions. • Investments – Detailed information on underlying holdings and positions of investment accounts. • Payments – Identifiers necessary to make ACH and RTP payments to/from an account. • Identity – Account holder contact information on file, including name, email, address, and phone number. Applicable fintech use cases based on these APIs include payment enablement, account opening, lending & credit, personal and business finance, and wealth and investing management.

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Akoya in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Jul 14, 2022.

Expert Collections containing Akoya

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Akoya is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Banking.

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Banking

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The open banking ecosystem is facilitated by three main categories of startups including those focused on banking-as-a-service, core banking, and open banking startups (i.e. data aggregators, 3rd party providers). These are primarily B2B companies, though some are also B2C.

Latest Akoya News

Akoya secures US patents for tokenization and consumer data control

Aug 8, 2022

Monday 8 August 2022 14:56 CET | News Akoya has secured three US patents for tokenization and consumer data control, meant to help the company in its mission for consumer data privacy and control. Akoya’s mission is to eliminate the risks associated with screen scraping and give people a safe, secure, and transparent way to provide access to their financial data. The patent awards encompass the systems and methods for managing tokens and filtering data for permissioned data access. They describe the process by which a token enables access to a user's data at a financial institution without an intermediary entity receiving user credentials. The patents also include the system for which data received may be filtered to identify specifically which data the recipient is permitted to access. According to Akoya staff, ‘these innovations make it easy for all sizes of data providers to participate in Open Finance without ( heavy lifting on their part, all the while applying data minimisation principles on top of end-user permissioned data without the need to store any data by the intermediary’. Akoya is focused on harnessing the power of tokens to keep consumer information secure. Akoya recently announced itself as the first third-party service provider to access Secure Token Exchange from The Clearing House to tokenize account numbers on behalf of financial institutions that participate in the STE token service and are connected to Akoya’s network. Fintechs and other data recipients can retrieve tokenized account numbers directly through Akoya. Akoya became a tokenized payments provider Financial institutions will be able to tokenize customer account information and share those tokens with fintechs and data aggregators through Akoya. Instead of account and routing numbers, these tokens can be used for initiating and requesting payments and linking payment accounts. Akoya’s CEO stated that ‘currently, moving money in the United States requires sensitive account information to be widely shared between multiple parties, which increases the risk of fraud if and when the data is exposed. In addition, a breach at one entity holding that data requires a consumer closing and opening a new account at their bank – a complicated, cost-heavy, and cumbersome process. Tokenization can mitigate risks and reduce costs in case of a breach since only the token issued to the impacted financial institution needs to be changed – not the underlying account.’ TCH’s STE issues a unique token – a random string of characters to financial institutions that participate in the service and sponsored token requestors. Each token stands in for the actual account number of a deposit account and may be used by a third party (e.g., a fintech app). Any scenario that requires the storage of account information would see a significant decrease in risk and liability by leveraging tokenized account numbers.

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Akoya Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Akoya founded?

    Akoya was founded in 2018.

  • Where is Akoya's headquarters?

    Akoya's headquarters is located at 6 Liberty Square, #2381, Boston.

  • What is Akoya's latest funding round?

    Akoya's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator.

  • Who are the investors of Akoya?

    Investors of Akoya include Plug and Play Accelerator, FMR, Huntington Bancshares, TD Bank, The Clearing House and 11 more.

  • Who are Akoya's competitors?

    Competitors of Akoya include Plaid and 4 more.

  • What products does Akoya offer?

    Akoya's products include APIs and 1 more.

  • Who are Akoya's customers?

    Customers of Akoya include eMoney Advisors and Pentadata.

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