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Commercial Banking Fintech Review: 350 Fintechs Shaping the Market

The fintech market in commercial banking has expanded considerably over the past several years.
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The growth and evolution of the fintech vendor market is one of the primary drivers of broader transformations within commercial banking over the past decade. The scale and continual evolution of the fintech market make it challenging for FIs to sort between companies offering innovative solutions poised to become tomorrow’s major providers and fintech vendors that offer solutions that are more hype than necessary product interventions.

This report analyzes the fintech marketplace within commercial banking and offers a high-level overview of 350 fintech companies. The index of 350 fintech vendors is categorized based on primary product offering. For each company, it includes a website, go-to-market strategy, headquarters location, product description, and a brief explanation of why the company is included. The contents of this report are based on extensive coverage of fintech vendors by Datos Insights Commercial Banking & Payments team, including past reports, conversations with banks and vendors, and in-depth qualitative research of the field.

Clients of Datos Insights’ Commercial Banking & Payments service can download this report.

This report mentions Abrigo, Activision, Amazon, Apple, Barclays, Bigo, Bill, Blizzard, BNY Mellon, Bridge, Citi Group, ClearBank, Corl, Credit Suisse, Electronic Arts, EY, Finastra, First Financial Bank, First National Bank, First Republic Bank, FIS, Fiserv, Ford Foundation, FTX Trading Ltd., Gupshup, Infosys, Intellect, Intuit, Jack Henry & Associates, JP Morgan Chase, Lendflow, LiveOak Bank, M&T Bank, MasterCard, MeridianLink, Microsoft, Middlesex Federal Savings, Oracle, Q2, QuickBooks, Riot Games, SAP, Salesforce, Shopify, Signal Financial Technologies, Signature Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, Silvergate Bank, Société Générale, Square, Temenos, Uber, U.S. Bank, Visa, Wirecard, Zions Bankcorpoation, and Zynga.

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