Bank of Lithuania

Open Banking is a concept based on an application programming interface (API) and intended for sharing financial information necessary for the development of financial products and services. Contrary to the conventional centralised management of financial data, Open Banking relies on a technological network of different financial institutions, enabling them to exchange information more efficiently. 

In November 2018, the Bank of Lithuania launched a public consultation on Open Banking. Banks and FinTech companies operating in Lithuania as well as foreign market participants were active in giving rich and diverse feedback and suggestions. After considering the proposals received during the public consultation, a financial sector API register has been set up, while a working group of the Payments Council had explored the possibilities of the development of Open Banking. In 2020, the Payments Council approved the report with recommendations (532.5 KB download icon)prepared by the working group.


Financial sector API register

Below is a list of Lithuania’s financial sector APIs.

If you wish the link to your API environment to be included in or excluded from this list, or if you have any other questions related to the API register, please contact us at  

The list is compiled for information purposes only. The Bank of Lithuania is in no way responsible or liable for the information provided in the given links. The list in itself does not constitute a recommendation or proposal of the Bank of Lithuania to opt for any specific service provider. The Bank of Lithuania reserves the right to adjust or delete the API register at its discretion, without prior notice.

Institution Link
Banks authorised in the Republic of Lithuania
AB SEB bankas
Akcinė bendrovė Šiaulių bankas
Uždaroji akcinė bendrovė Medicinos bankas
“Swedbank”, AB
Foreign bank branches
Luminor Bank AS Lithuania branch
Svenska Handelsbanken AB Lithuania branch
Credit unions
Lietuvos centrinė kredito unija
Payment institutions holding a payment institution licence
Neo Finance, AB
Revolut Payments UAB
SatchelPay, UAB
UAB "Seven Seas Europe"
"Paysera LT", UAB

Information about the Public Consultation regarding Open Banking

Open Banking in Lithuania: Public Consultation Document

Review of the Public Consultation Results  (244.1 KB download icon)

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Last update: 19-05-2021