Are there any costs involved in using Investec APIs?
There are no costs involved when using our Payment Initiation and Account Information APIs. However, note that you will need to be enrolled with Open Banking. In the future we may consider partnerships with Premium APIs. We are open to new ideas and opportunities. Please feel free to get in touch with us.
Can an Investec client remove their consent
A client will always be in charge of their data and the apps or websites they grant access. Clients will be able to remove / decline TPP access at any time.
How can I test the sandbox APIs?
In order to test our sandbox APIs you will need to be enrolled with Open Banking and then create an account on the Investec Developer Portal. Once you have created your account you will need to register an app and request access to our sandbox products. Once you have your client ID and secret you will be able to test against mock data.
How do I switch to Production?
Done testing and ready to go to Production? Please get in touch with us and send us your Open Banking JWKS URL and name of your app for verification. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
How long will I have access to Investec client’s data once they give consent?
A TPP will have access to a clients’ account(s) based on the number of days authorised. This can be up to a maximum of 90 days. After the consent has expired, clients will need to re-authorise access to their accounts.
I forgot my password
You can easily reset your password. Just click on the ‘forgot password’ link on the login screen. Please make sure to also check your spam folder should you not see the email in your inbox.
I have a problem registering to the developer portal
In order to access the Investec developer portal you will need to sign up. We will then send you an email asking to validate your email address. Please make sure to check your spam folder should you not see the email in your inbox.
I've encountered a bug / problem
We’re sorry to hear that. Please send us a message detailing the nature of the issue and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
TPP, PSU, AISP and PISP – what do all these acronyms mean?
There are a lot of acronyms around Open Banking.
A Third Party Provider (TPP) for example can be a company or natural person that uses APIs to access clients’ accounts in order to provide account information and/or payment initiation services. A client or customer is called a PSU.
We currently offer Accounts Information as well as Payment Initiation APIs. You can read more in our dedicated products section. Our APIs stack will be growing over time to further fuel your ambitions.
What do I need to get started?
Have a read through our ‘Get started’ section for more details.
What if I want to discuss an idea for a new product or partnership?
The Investec Developer Portal is the platform to engage with us and our API products. It is the place to test our API products and bring solutions to life.
Where can I find more information around PSD2 and Open Banking?
Open Banking is an industry initiative to help third parties develop new banking products and services through the use of APIs.
Who can use Investec's API products?