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As big banks JPMorgan Chase and BBVA pulled the plug on their “digital-only” brands, Finn and Simple, you would think community financial institutions would stay away from this endeavor.
The number of partnerships between financial institutions and fintechs is increasing with technologies advancing and competition intensifying.
Banking as a Service (BaaS) activity has been steadily climbing, but the pandemic put it into high gear.
With the global fintech market growing to $143B this year and several financial advisors looking to sell, there is a rich field to choose from.
About 50% of people use at least two finance apps, according to Mambu worldwide research.
We explore what fintechs are looking for and the steps CFIs should take for a successful partnership with a fintech.
Marketplace lending is expected to reach almost $559B in 2027 and has grown 33% in market share over the past 5Ys.
Despite the name, neobanks aren’t new.
Big banks such as Citibank, Bank of America, and Capital One have started offering virtual payment cards.
With Square officially becoming a bank and Google and Amazon intent on staying active in the financial services industry, competition is heating up.