Clients & Partners

Clients & Partners

Ninth Wave partners with leading Fintechs, consulting firms, core service providers and financial institutions to provide scalable, enterprise class, secure systems for global financial transactions and money movement.

Ninth Wave will be their clients’ go-to partner for universal financial data integration, delivering a secure, seamless and standardized information supply chain at massive scale. Ninth Wave clients include the top 10 Wealth Managers, 3 of the Top 5 U.S. banks, Top Credit Card Providers and large Credit Unions from all over the country.

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Certification of Industry Standard Financial Services API Feeds

Financial Institutions are working on enabling API calls for Fintechs to access large volumes of client authorized data, using the latest industry standard protocols (e.g., endorsed by the FS-ISAC consortium). However, there are various implementations; each must be certified to ensure completeness and compliance to the standard. The custom nature of implementing these standards involves extensive manual work and is making this process onerous.

Silicon Valley Bank

To service their clients better, Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) needed to provide their banking clients an automated and integrated way to access online banking, credit and debit card balances and transactions in QuickBooks®, Xero, and over a dozen other authorized applications. This was completely addressed by deploying the Ninth Wave Consumer and Commercial Platform, enabling more control and greater insight into financial data for all their clients.

Improved Data Access for a Fintech Aggregator

A prominent San Francisco based Fintech grew increasingly frustrated by latency and accuracy issues with its access to financial data. Ninth Wave was engaged to address their data issues. The cloud-hosted Ninth Wave Open Finance platform provided the solution.

Data Aggregation for Ultra-High Net Worth Advisors

Ultra-High Net Worth advisors must have the ability to provide clients with a 360-degree view of their entire portfolio, which requires access to data held company-wide within the wealth management firm. Several wealth management firms have deployed Ninth Wave Consumer and Commercial Banking and Ninth Wave Wealth Management platforms to aggregate client data (including “assets held away”) stored in disparate firm-wide systems.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo needed to modernize and replace its data distribution technologies for four separate banking and wealth management business lines. The purpose was to improve internal/external security and address audit/compliance findings related to data access for customers of trust, brokerage, banking, and bill pay. The solution was to deploy three Ninth Wave Platforms: Consumer and Commercial Banking, Wealth Management, and Tax Services in one fully integrated platform.