The Retail Banking Technologies Summit returns in 2022 for its 6th consecutive year.
The digital age is fundamentally impacting how banks are operating. Creating new lines of business, selecting the right technology and deploying the right implementation methods – these are the demands being placed on banks and financial institutions by digital transformation.
The 6th Retail Banking Technologies Summit is a banking conference, bringing together world-class finance experts to discuss topics such as digital trends within retail banking, cybersecurity, blockchain challenges, API technology and data privacy amongst many others.
Join Anton Langbroek, General Manager DACH, on 23 February at 10:10 CET to learn more about 'How traditional players can take on fintech challengers'.
- Digital technology has led to fast, seamless, mobile-first banking solutions and introduced a wave of new entrants. While this has many benefits for customers, it’s a reminder to established banks and lenders that they must find innovative ways to keep up.
- By leveraging the latest modern financial technologies, a well-executed greenfield bank can be quickly scaled up according to need
- Learn how banks can leverage their existing resources to introduce a cloud-native digital spinoff, which enables faster time-to-market for the launching of new products and market expansion.
We look forward to seeing you in person and sharing our knowledge on the future of digital finance.Meet the team
Mambu success story
Mambu enables Germany’s first fully cloud bank - Solarisbank. By leveraging the power of technology, Solarisbank removes the barriers for businesses that want to offer their own financial solutions. Its platform was built from scratch to enable financial services to move into new contexts that were unimaginable before.
Launching BaaS services on Mambu
Raisin Bank has publicly launched its Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) offering using Mambu's SaaS cloud banking platform. All of Raisin Bank’s existing customers have been migrated to the Mambu platform and can now leverage state-of-the-art digital solutions for business models that require a banking licence.