The top companies providing & using banking-as-a-service technology (BBVA)

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Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) is a key component to open banking, in which banks open up their systems and allow third parties to access their data to enhance their own services. This growing market is transforming retail banking, reshaping incumbents' relationships with customers, and easing entry for fintechs.
The top companies providing & using banking-as-a-service technology (BBVA)
Business Insider IntelligenceThe UK is leading the open banking movement with regulatory efforts that are reverberating throughout the world. Countries across continents have introduced open banking regulations of their own, indicating that the financial services industry is moving toward an era where sharing data and infrastructure will be table stakes.
Here are the top companies already implementing BaaS strategies, broken out into two main categories:

Pure BaaS Providers

Retail Banks w/ BaaS Services

Pure BaaS Providers


solarisBank bills itself as a "tech company with a banking license." The Berlin-based startup holds a German banking license and provides a BaaS platform that enables businesses to offer fully digital and compliant white labeled financial services to their end-customers.
The top companies providing & using banking-as-a-service technology (BBVA)
Founded in 2016, solarisBank's lets customers seamlessly integrate financial services into their offerings through modern RESTful APIs. The team is focused on building fully automated processes, providing nearly invisible infrastructure to end users, and creating a global digital ecosystem for customers to build their own scalable banking products.
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