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How to succesfully build a digital bank
The success of a digital bank is defined by its unique value proposition, a viable businessplan, a lean operating model able to deliver the customer promise, and a well-managed and profitable business.
Our guide offers practical guidance on managing the process from start to finish and will take you through each step of the process.
Digital Banking in Asia Pacific
A variety of digital-only banks have emerged over the last decade. These new entities, also referred to as neo banks or challenger banks, offer modern banking propositions tailored to the smartphone and digital world. They were founded in the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crisis with the vision of making banking services more accessible and equitable. These digital banks are setting the benchmark for the future banking market.
The report Digital Banking in Asia Pacific investigates the digital banking market of Asia Pacific.
Digital Banking in Latin America
Digital-only banks, also referred to as neo banks or challenger banks, are setting the benchmark for the future banking market. There are already more than 400 digital banks worldwide and they are growing rapidly in both number and size.
The report 'Digital Banking in Latin America' investigates the digital banking market of Latin America.
Digital Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa
There are already more than 450 digital banks worldwide and they are growing rapidly in both number and size. Nevertheless, there are still many opportunities in specific service areas and geographic markets.
Building on our series of geographic industry reports on digital banking around the world, this edition focuses on the regional market environment of Sub-Saharan Africa.
The report Digital Banking in Sub-Saharan Africa investigates the digital banking market of the Sub-Saharan African Market.