New report looks at six vendors offering product categories and services that either cater to banks as partners, or act as direct competitors
Fintech activity in the commercial banking space is expanding, and industry stakeholders must remain conscious of disruptive players and emerging technology trends in the market. In Commercial Banking Fintech Spotlight: Q1 2022—the latest in a quarterly series of reports that looks at selected emerging fintech vendors active in the commercial banking space—research and advisory firm Aite-Novarica Group examines six vendors integrating directly into commercial enterprise infrastructure or providing cloud-based capabilities to drive digital transformation. The vendors profiled include Built, Caary, Fairplay, Identifee, Mambu, and Raistone.
“Fintech activity in the commercial banking space is expanding,” said Gilles Ubaghs, Strategic Advisor at Aite-Novarica Group and lead author of the new report. “A growing number of new market entrants at the fintech startup level are helmed by experienced commercial banking professionals who thoroughly understand the challenges facing the market. Industry stakeholders at all levels must remain conscious of disruptive players and emerging technology trends that will increasingly become market expectations.”
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