With our Postman collection, you’ll be up and running in minutes! The LEI API makes registering and issuing Legal Entity Identifiers easy and fast. Find the documentation, sample code, and developer tools you need to easily build ‘same-session’ LEI issuance into applications and workflows. The RapidLEI automation logic will handle the complexity of the application validation.
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Reasons to use the RapidLEI API
Automate LEI registrations
Avoid manual ordering, faster than bulk uploading. Build into applications and workflows for on-demand registration and same session issuance.
Easy to implement
Modern REST API with plenty of guides, reference documents and code snippets to make implementing fast and simple.
Better customer experience
Streamlined engagement means a better user experience for your customers and partners
API Use Cases
Build on-demand LEI requests and same session LEI issuance into KYC onboarding, organization identity verification and trades workflows. See more
Entity Management Software and LEI Compliance Profiling
Add further value to clients by offering LEI registration directly from your entity management solution. Identify LEI errors, gaps and lapses in LEI compliance and fix the issue in the same session.
Build on-demand LEI requests and same session issuance trades workflows – avoid “no LEI no trade” scenarios. See more
GLEIF Registration Agents (RA)
Reduce back office workload as you streamline how you offer LEIs to your customers and partners for the LEIs you manage and import. See more
Build on-demand request / issuance for LEI inclusion in Certs, validation workflows, and reselling standalone LEIs. Reduce your validation costs/time, reduce risks of mis-issuance, allow for rapid/automated issuance of Certificates. Enhance and differentiate new products by incorporating LEI. Capitalise on LEI post issuance quality checks and live data lookups. See more
Building your application
You’ve got an idea in mind of how LEIs can add value to your product, your workflow or your bottom line. Let’s get it to production. Our guides and reference docs will get you across the deploy line using the language of your choice: