The banking-as-a-service market shifts from growth to value

The latest independent Banking-as-a-Service research paper examines investing in the market. It describes how companies deploying these technologies across various industry verticals aim to explore its potential to become a major business disruptor. The Banking-as-a-Service study escapes valuable reviews and strategic assessment, including generic market trends, emerging technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies propelling the market growth, along with the profile and strategies of key players. This version of the Banking-as-a-Service market report advocates an analysis of SolarisBank, Sqaure, PayPal, Fidor Bank, Moven, Prosper, OANDA, Currency Cloud, Intuit, Gemalto, BOKU, Invoicera, Coinbase, Authy, Dwolla & GoCardless .

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As Research and Banking-as-a-Service Application [Government, Banks & NBFC] continues to expand, the market will see further integration and application of more technologies in the future. This commercialization of the market plays a positive role in accelerating the digitization of banking as a service, improving industry chain structures, and improving the efficiency of information utilization. The results primarily focus on category or product type: , Global Banking-as-a-Service Market Segment Percentage, By Type, 2021 (%), API-Based Bank-as-a-Service and Bank-as-a-Service cloud-based service -Service etc, which underpins many recent advances in other Banking-as-a-Service technologies.

In order to provide a more informed view, Banking as a Service research offers insight into the current state of the rapidly changing industry, looking at both end users and service providers/players to propose a more robust view.

Market scope

Based on product type, the market is segmented into:Percentages of global banking-as-a-service market segment, by type, 2021 (%), API-based banking-as-a-service and cloud-based banking-as-a-service

Based on end-use application, the market has segmented into:Government, banks and NBFC

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Regional landscape

Geographically, the banking as a service market size in terms of revenue is broken down by 18+ countries starting from North America, LATAM, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa and Europe based on various characteristics such as geographical footprints and locations of the actors’ business operations.

HTF MI analysts shed light on banking-as-a-service market data by country

Asia-Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia, Australia and others)
Europe (Germany, Russia, UK, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Nordics, Rest of Europe.)
North America (United States, Mexico and Canada)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Rest of South America)
Middle East and Africa (GCC countries, Turkey, Israel, South Africa, Egypt and Rest of MEA)

The Banking-as-a-Service study cites various market development activities and business strategies such as new product/service development, joint ventures, partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, etc. which industry players such as SolarisBank, Sqaure, PayPal, Fidor Bank, Moven, Prosper, OANDA, Currency Cloud, Intuit, Gemalto, BOKU, Invoicera, Coinbase, Authy, Dwolla and GoCardless are using to overcome macroeconomic scenarios . The Banking as a Service market company profiles include business overview, product/service offerings, SWOT analysis, segment and total revenue, gross margin, and market share percentage.

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Excerpts from the Banking-as-a-Service market study

1. Market overview
2. Analysis of Banking as a Service Market Factors
– Value chain analysis
– Growth drivers, trends and challenges
– Carriers 5- Force analysis
– PESTEL analysis
3. Banking as a Service Market by Type (2016-2026) [, Global Banking-as-a-Service Market Segment Percentages, by Type, 2021 (%), API-based Bank-as-a-Service & Cloud-based Bank-as-a-Service]
4. Market by Applications/End Users (2016-2026) [Government, Banks & NBFC]
5. Banking as a Service Market: National Landscape
6. Market Size Breakdown for Each Country
7. Competitive Landscape
– Market share analysis by players
– Company Profiles

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Data sources and methodology

Major sources involve the Banking Services Market industry experts, including management organizations, processing organizations, industry value chain service providers. In the extensive research process undertaken for this study, major sources considered such as postal, telephone, online and face-to-face surveys to obtain and verify qualitative and quantitative aspects. With respect to secondary sources, company annual reports, press releases, websites, investor presentation, conference call transcripts, webinars, journals, regulators, national customs associations and industry were used.

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