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PSD2: KBC Mobile first multi-banking app in Belgium

KBC became the first bank to allow its clients to enjoy the new opportunities available under the PSD2 Directive. The new version of KBC Mobile, which also includes the new Multi-Banking feature, is available for download from the App Store and the Google Play Store from today.

KBC is actively using the opportunities provided by the PSD2 Directive. As of today, KBC, KBC Brussels and CBC clients can use KBC Mobile to check the balance of their personal and professional current accounts held with other financial institutions. This currently includes accounts held with Argenta, Belfius, BNP Paribas Fortis and ING. In providing this service, KBC has become first bank in Belgium to facilitate multi-banking.

As soon as the aforementioned and other Belgian banks have released their APIs, clients will be able to enjoy optimum ease of use, since the use of a card reader will no longer be needed then. APIs (application programming interfaces) are pieces of software code that allow KBC to establish links between its applications and those of other banks.

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