Commercial Banking Fintech Spotlight: Q3 2021

The profiled vendors are active across a range of product categories and services catering to banks.

Boston, November 10, 2021This quarter highlights the growing need for embedded and “as-a-service” capabilities across a variety of product and service areas to generate new efficiencies and, in some instances, drive new products and marketplaces, including for nonstandard financial services providers. All of the solutions highlighted in the Q3 2021 spotlight report aim to bring new capabilities or more efficient services to existing processes, resulting in lower costs for banks and better outcomes for commercial end users.

With the vendor landscape increasingly crowded and banks and their clients clients facing a growing array of choices, the spotlight series aims to provide insight on interesting vendors that offer a strong unique selling point and an innovative approach as either partners or competitors. The vendors profiled in this report all face strong competition in the market, and each is having success within the market sectors served. Aite Group includes the following fintech firms in this Q3 2021 edition of the Fintech Spotlight: Cashlab, Fable Fintech, Nium, and OpenPayd.

This 21-page Impact Report contains three figures and five tables. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Commercial Banking & Payments service can download this report and the corresponding charts. 

This report mentions Accendo Banco, Atinum Group of Funds, Bank BRI, Beacon Venture Capital, Beetech, BFC Group, BSM, Cashlab, Deel, Deloitte, Ebury, Fable Fintech, Frente, HomeSend, ICICI Bank, Infibeam Avenues, Kyriba, McKinsey, Muthoot Fincorp, Nium, OpenPayd, Paytm, Prime Bank, Qatar Islamic Bank, Rimuut, Riverwood Capital, Rocket Capital Investment, Singtel, Standard Chartered Bank, State Bank of Mauritius Group, Temasek, Travelex, Vertex Ventures, Visa, Volopay, and Western Union.

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