Stories from the frontlines of banking innovation. Composable banking has kickstarted a whole wave of banking innovation that wouldn’t have been possible before. This is where we collect stories and insights about the composable banking movement.
- BlogJune 3, 2019
Incumbents are launching their own challengersby Eugene DanilkisDigital technology has changed financial services and is being driven by new entrants that possess characteristics that are increasingly important to consumers and shareholders.
- BlogMay 20, 2019
Martin Whybrow guest blog: Open bankingby Martyn WhybrowA recent survey by PwC and the Open Data Institute (ODI) found that while only 18% of consumers are aware of what open banking means for them, this is expected to increase steeply
- BlogMay 14, 2019
Taking a leap in banking technologyby Ben GoldinThe days of lengthy and expensive core implementations are numbered. Traditionally arduous journeys to launching new products or entering new markets are over.
- BlogApril 21, 2019
Joining the SaaS revolutionby Henning KagermannFormer SAP CEO, Henning Kagermann, recently joined the Mambu board to help shape our strategy as we attract more business from large financial institutions.
- BlogApril 14, 2019
Banks are looking to replace legacy core systemsby Tom GroenfeldtIn the U.S. big traditional vendors control 85% of the core IT services in the financial industry. A lot of American bankers have a healthy dislike for their core system vendors.
- BlogMarch 14, 2019
Collections in lending: stand in your customer's shoesby Guest AuthorThere’s no one-size-fits-all solution during collection in lending companies or banks, as the latest McKinsey report confirms. Causes of customers’ nonpayment are broad.