‘Moneyou Go’ technology platform sold to TM-Pro

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ABN AMRO announces the sale of Moneyou’s technology platform ‘Moneyou Go’ to TM-Pro. TM-Pro will take over the platform, its features, the intellectual property rights to its software and the associated people. The Moneyou Go and TM-Pro IT operations and software activities will be combined to offer a unified open banking solution to the financial services market. The activities will continue under the TM-Pro brand.

Bas Boelhouwers, CEO of Moneyou, commented: “I am very delighted that this innovative platform will be further developed by TM-Pro. It shows the value and potential of the state-of-the-art technology setup that our teams have developed. We are convinced that the joint teams will continue to deliver high value for financial service providers in the TM-Pro environment.”

Erik Driessen, Founder and CEO of TM-Pro, commented: “We are very excited about the prospect of working with the former Moneyou team. They have created a truly innovative digital banking proposition that complements our approach and products in terms of thinking and technology.”

About Moneyou

Since its foundation in 2001, Moneyou has been an innovative online financial services provider. Moneyou is a provider of mortgages, savings accounts and the online payment account Moneyou Go. Moneyou B.V. is a wholly owned subsidiary of ABN AMRO Bank N.V. On 12 August 2020, ABN AMRO announced it would be winding down all Moneyou activities, except for its mortgage activities.

About TM-Pro

TM-Pro is a Dutch financial technology supplier. Founded in 2011, TM-Pro has developed a solid position as a supplier of data aggregation and personal finance management software for the financial services industry, servicing clients throughout Europe. TM-Pro has already established a long-term business relationship with Moneyou as one of its suppliers.


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