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Retail Banking & Payments Fintech Spotlight: Q2 2022

This quarter’s report features vendors providing Banking-as-a-Service and Payments-as-a-Service.  
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July 12, 2022 – Fintech firms continue to pressure legacy players globally by providing more banking, payments, and lending products and services, and by showing growth and demand. Meeting customers where they are is the key to winning in today’s environment, and most of the vendors featured in this report are doing just that.

The Retail Banking & Payments Fintech Spotlight is a quarterly series of reports that looks at select emerging fintech vendors active in the retail banking and payments space. The vendor landscape is becoming more crowded, and banks and their clients face a growing ecosystem of choices. The spotlight series aims to provide insight on interesting vendors that offer strong, unique selling points and innovative approaches as partners or competitors. This Fintech Spotlight includes the following vendors: Ciphertext, CompoSecure, Highnote, Kenbi, MX, Peach Finance, SavvyMoney, upSWOT, and Weavr.io.

This 40-page Impact Report contains four figures and nine tables. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Retail Banking & Payments service can download this report and the corresponding charts.

This report mentions Amazon, Anthemis, Apple, Bank Dora, Ben, Caffeinated Capital, Canapi Ventures, CapitalG, CFCU Community Credit Union, ClearGage, Costanoa Ventures, Cota Capital, Digital Garage, Entrée Capital, Entropay, Envestnent, Farmers Insurance Federal Credit Union, Finastra, Finway, First Southern National Bank, Geodesic Capital, Google, Headline, Ixaris, Izba, Jetty, Kinecta Federal Credit Union, LocalGlobe, M&T Bank, Mastercard, Mission Lane, Mubadala Capital, Netflix, Nota, Nyca Partners, Oak HC/FT, Old Missouri Bank, OnDeck, Point72 Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, ProApprove, Q2, QED Investors, R2, Raiffeisen Bank Aval, Regions Financial Corp., Roman DBDR Tech Acquisition Corporation, Seedcamp, SVB Capital, SciFi VC, Tiger Global Management, TLV Partners, TPG, Tribal Credit, USAlliance Federal Credit Union, Valley Bank, Visa, Walnut, Westcap, and XYZ Ventures.

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