Embedded banking allows non-bank companies to offer banking products to their customers. This guide provides examples, explains the benefits, and dives into how it works to help you better understand this trend.
For vertical SaaS providers, embedding banking products can help them build a stickier product and increase revenue. This article dives into some of the ways they can integrate banking products into their platform in order to build a better customer experience.
Know Your Customer (KYC) is an important part of keeping the financial ecosystem safe and mitigating fraud. In this post, we outline KYC best practices for FinTechs, so you can stay compliant and deliver a great customer experience.
Building a resilient compliance program will set your FinTech product up for success. Our experts have put together a 9-step compliance checklist, giving you a step-by-step guide to building a secure and compliant FinTech product before you launch to your customers.
Peter Hazlehurst, CEO, shares his definition of embedded finance and provides a brief history from his POV as a FinTech builder. Read Peter's thoughts about: what embedded finance looks like for big companies, a hypothetical use case for a company you may have heard of, and how to start thinking about embedding financial services.
Lines of Credit are an important way today’s consumers can get access to credit to manage expenses, make purchases manageable, and more. FinTechs can also unlock a new revenue stream by offering Lines of Credit to their customers in an increasingly competitive credit-product market.
What is interchange revenue? What’s the first step to earning revenue from interchange fees? How do I make a card program? We answer these common FinTech questions and show you how to generate revenue from interchange fees by building a card program for your FinTech use case.
Personalized financial services like affinity banking, embedded finance, and more are here to stay. As you’re building your FinTech, this blog will help you think about developing your idea and taking it to market fast.
Synctera and featured clients are financial technology companies and not a bank. Banking services are provided by Synctera's partner banks who are Member FDIC. Mastercard® Debit Cards are issued by Synctera's partner banks pursuant to a license from Mastercard and may be used everywhere Mastercard debit cards are accepted.