- What APIs are available?
- How do I register for access to use the APIs?
- Are the APIs secure?
- What can be done in the sandbox?
- How can I get access to the sandbox?
- How can I get an Open Banking SSA?
- Can I re-use the same application across AIB, Allied Irish Bank (GB), First Trust Bank and EBS?
- Where can I find information about the changes for customers due to the introduction of new SCA methods?
- What type of certificate do I need to access production APIs?
- How do I report a bug?
- Want to learn more about Allied Irish Bank (GB)?
- Further questions?
- Learn more about our recent changes and enhancements
The following APIs are available:
- Confirmation of Funds
If you are interested in the APIs currently available for, First Trust Bank please visit the website.
Further information regarding our APIs can be found on the ‘API Products and Benefits’ page.
Our sandbox provides an opportunity for developers to test their app before building in production. The sandbox is a safe, secure environment where you can test your apps functionality and test our API integrations with your apps.
To obtain an Open Banking SSA please visit the Open Banking website where you will find details of the Open Banking enrolment process and steps to get your software statement.
No, you cannot re-use the same application across AIB Group. You will need to log in separately and add a new application in each developer portal.
1. eIDAS QWAC. This is the certificate to use in the MATLS network level connection at runtime.
2. A recognised certificate capable of creating a digital signature. The digital signature is required during the OIDC client authentication using the private_key_jwt client authentication method. This certificate can be an eIDAS QSealC or a certificate signed by a recognised public Certificate Authority.
Please note that we are aligned to FCA guidance during the “Adjustment Period” up until March 2020 and as such if you have not yet obtained an eIDAS certificate we will accept the use of equivalent certificates (such as open banking certificates) as long as they enable secure identification.
Improvements to the AIB redirection journey
As part of our ongoing commitment to deliver a seamless and secure redirection journey for our customers, AIB will be simplifying the direct access flows within our Internet and Business Banking Channels. This will mean more simplified flows and quicker navigation for customers. These updates will be made available in March.