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Bank-Fintech Partnerships

Deployment lessons from around the world

Author: Lafferty Research

Publishing date: April 2018

Bank-Fintech Partnerships: Deployment lessons from around the world

Fintechs may no longer be seen as direct competition to traditional retail banks, but they are forcing banks to work in new ways to compete in the digital economy. Bank-Fintech Partnerships: Deployment Lessons From Around The World explores the ways in which banks are collaborating with the fintech sector and engaging with and learning from fintech culture to solve practical problems across business-critical themes:

  • Payments
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Lending
  • Cards
  • Savings
  • Digital Identity
  • Loyalty Programmes & Digital Receipts
  • Fintech Acceleration
  • Core Banking

This report features case studies from around the world, including:

Flutterwave & Sterling Bank, Access Bank, First Bank; Visa & NovoPayment; Ecobank & Ziroopay; Barclays & Chainalysis; Bitpesa & TransferZero; American Express & Abra; Banco Bradesco & Ewally; Santander & Kabbage
Santander & Curve; Raisin & Bank Partners; Rabobank & Signicat; Santander & Quicksign; Starling Bank & Flux;
Combinator & Fintechs; Barclays Bank & Techstars; Scotiabank & NXTP Labs; Banco do Brasil & Contaazul; HSBC & Startupbootcamp; Virgin Money & 10x Future Technologies; ClearBank & Microsoft; OakNorth Bank & nCino.

See the full list of case studies covered by Retail Banking 2020 Research Service to date.


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