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Frankfurt’s Raisin Bank AG Enters the Payments Business

Frankfurt-based Raisin Bank AG is expanding its business to include payments. To this end, the Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) provider is “acquiring the payment services division of Bankhaus August Lenz & Co. AG.” With the acquisition, Raisin Bank will “expand its product range by payment services and… Read More

MENA Region’s NymCard, a BaaS Provider, Acquires $22.5M in Funding

NymCard, the MENA-based Banking as-a-Service (BaaS) provider and card issuer, has raised $22.5 million in its latest funding round. This will help NymCard “enable MENA-based Fintechs with the infrastructure required from BIN Sponsorship, Card Issuing, Program Management, Compliance, FX, and Treasury, leverage its over 150+… Read More

SocietyOne Introduces Transaction, Savings Accts Powered by Westpac

In its “first” major corporate milestone following its acquisition by MONEYME Ltd (ASX:MME), digital finance platform SocietyOne has launched transaction and savings accounts “powered by Westpac’s Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS).” SocietyOne is Westpac’s second partner “to launch products through its BaaS platform with two new additions to… Read More

BaaS Fintech Unit Announces $100M Series C Led by Insight Partners, Valuing Business at $1.2B

Unit, the banking-as-a-service platform that empowers companies to embed financial services in their products, announced it has raised a $100 million in a Series C round “led by global software investor Insight Partners, with participation from existing investors including Accel, Better Tomorrow Ventures, and Flourish… Read More

Evolve Bank & Trust Added as Bank Partner at Marqeta as Fintech Aims to Boost Services

Marqeta (NASDAQ: MQ) has added Evolve Bank & Trust as a new bank partner. Evolve Bank & Trust is a Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) provider and thus can boost the portfolio of services Marqeta can offer to its customers. Evolve offers specialized services in Open Banking, Personal… Read More

UK Fintech Griffin, a Banking as a Service Provider, Submits Application for Banking Authorization

Griffin, a UK Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) Fintech, recently announced the completion of a key step in its application for a banking license. Griffin has submitted its application to the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). John Weguelin, Griffin Chair, stated: “This is… Read More

UK Fintech Digidoe Introduces BaaS Offering

Digidoe, the UK-headquartered Fintech firm that aims to streamline the global payments infrastructure, has introduced a fast Banking as a Service (BaaS) solution which enables businesses to launch a new virtual bank within 72 hours. The secure Cloud-powered API and white-label service opens the door… Read More

Evolve Bank and Trust, Bond to Provide Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) Solutions

Evolve Bank & Trust and Bond Financial Technologies, Inc. are pushing the boundaries of embedded finance “to bring innovation to companies that want to offer financial products to their customers.” Evolve and Bond enable entrepreneurs “to build and launch innovative financial solutions at scale.” Hank… Read More

FIS Introduces Banking-as-a-Service Hub, Offering Fintech Solutions to Financial Institutions

Financial technology provider FIS (NYSE: FIS) has announced its Banking-as-a-Service Hub, enabling banking institutions, credit unions, and Fintechs to build the virtual banking and payments ecosystems they require to provide innovation to merchants and consumers. The FIS Banking-as-a-Service Hub offers a complete suite of banking… Read More

Digital Banking: Philippines based Netbank Enhances Kayamo’s Loan Payout, Payment Collection Process

Kayamo is teaming up with Netbank, a fully-regulated bank that provides Banking-As-A-Service solutions through open APIs, to improve the way they release loan payouts and collect loan repayments–”overall, to provide a better user experience for their end-customers.” Prior to this partnership, Kayamo needed “to complete… Read More

Banking as a Service (BaaS) Continues to Gain Steady Momentum: Report

Finastra recently published a market assessment report, titled “Banking as a Service: Outlook 2022 | Paving the way for Embedded Finance.” The research canvassed the opinions of 1,600 senior industry executives, “exploring the opportunities presented by Banking as a Service (BaaS) – to provide retail… Read More

Fintech Yeeld Selects Treezor, Franfinance for Consumer Credit Service

In order to expand its offer for its individual clients, Yeeld, the Fintech firm which provides a savings assistance application, has chosen the joint offer of Franfinance, the consumer credit specialist and Treezor, the leader in Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS), enabling technological and regulatory aspects to be… Read More

Chetwood Financial Acquires Yobota to Enhance Banking-as-a-Service Capabilities

The team at Chetwood Financial has confirmed the acquisition of core banking provider Yobota in order to extend their Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) capabilities. Established alongside them back in 2016 and developed as a separate business entity, Yobota is a London-headquartered tech firm that has built “a… Read More

Aazzur and Treezor Enter Banking-as-a-Service Partnership

Aazzur has reportedly agreed to a sales partnership with European Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform Treezor in order to allow both companies to expand their customer base and strengthen their BaaS offering. Treezor will offer its regulatory and technical expertise by providing its payment infrastructure for account… Read More

European BaaS Platform Treezor Obtains Authorization to Extend Business Activities

Treezor, the European firm focused on Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) solutions, has obtained authorization from the ACPR in order to expand its activities and now “has all the payment service licenses (from 1 to 8).” The new authorizations (i.e. 1, 4, 6, 7 and 8) mean Treezor… Read More

London’s BaaS Fintech Railsbank Is Reportedly Planning to Acquire $100M in Capital

London-headquartered Fintech Railsbank, which provides virtual banking services, is approaching Unicorn status (valued at $1 billion or more), Sky News confirmed on Friday (February 4, 2022). The UK-based Fintech firm recently acquired certain assets of Wirecard, the collapsed and fraudulent German payments firm. As mentioned… Read More

London Fintech Fiat Republic Secures $3.5M to Build Bridge Between Web3 and Banking

London-headquartered Fintech Fiat Republic recently announced that it has acquired $3.5 million in seed funding from EU tech investors Speedinvest, Seedcamp, and Credo. The startup, which is building a compliance-first, e-money-regulated banking and payments API, is looking to “drastically reduce the time and cost of… Read More

Solarisbank and Contis Confirm Partnership with a Total Revenue of €100M

Solarisbank AG and Contis Group Ltd have announced that they have brought their previously formed partnership to completion. The firms have decided to enter into a definitive business combination agreement. Six months after the signing of the agreement, the partnership has been approved by regulatory… Read More

Philippines based Netbank Introduces a Payments Service to Support Digital Commerce

Netbank, the banking as a service platform, has introduced a service that allows international payment firms to support various transactions in the Philippines. As mentioned in an update shared with CI, the Philippines has a fast-growing international trade market. Global trade in goods has has… Read More

Berlin’s Solarisbank Says Financial Services Sector Will Face Key Challenges in 2022 like Combatting Fraud, Improving CX

Solarisbank, a firm that’s focused on creating a world where financial services “seamlessly sync with life,” notes in its Fintech forecast report that 2021 was quite an uncertain period but not as “unprecedented” as 2020. Solarisbank wrote in a blog post that during the past… Read More

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