More than 50% of medium and large scale organizations are mostly adopt the software Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) by the end of 2023


According to Future Market Insights (FMI), the banking-as-a-service (BaaS) platform market is poised to register a CAGR of 16.2% from 2023 to 2033. By the end of the said period of assessment, a valuation of US$ 16.71 billion is anticipated for the market.
BaaS is an end-to-end model that enables online banks and other third parties to link directly with bank systems via APIs, allowing them to build banking offerings on top of the providers’ monitored infrastructure while also unlocking open banking possibilities, transforming the worldwide financial services scenery.
A number of nations have started to implement open banking legislation, signaling that the financial services sector is headed towards an era in which shared data and infrastructure will become a requirement of customers. Legacy banks that develop their own BaaS Market platforms today will not only be ahead of their competitors in the open banking potential but will also unleash a new revenue stream by financing their services.
Furthermore, rising knowledge of Internet banking is propelling the BaaS business forward. Because clients use Internet banking to access a range of services, such as 24-hour banking, money transfers, balance checks, account statements, and electronic purchases, delivering these services is undeniably more dependable.

Key Takeaways

  • According to the analysis, the United Kingdom would increase at a CAGR of 16.1% during the next few decades.

  • The United States has emerged as a key market, accounting for more than 36.3% of global demand in 2022.

  • Between 2023 and 2033, sales in India are expected to expand at a 26.1% CAGR.

  • By solution, banking as service APIs held a strong 46% market share in 2022.

  • The market increased at a 14.1% CAGR during the previous five years (2018-2022).

“Many experts in the fintech industry now view embedded finance as a new opportunity for banking-as-a-service to flourish, when non-fintech firms add credit or debit cards, loans, or other financial services to their offerings. This has resulted in the development of new growth opportunities for fintech firms in the BaaS platform market,” says an FMI analyst.

Competitive Landscape

A large number of industry leaders in the banking-as-a-service (BaaS) platform market are developing sophisticated and new solutions to fulfill the ever-changing demands of diverse organizations.
  • In June 2022, Raiin Bank, a German BaaS provider, proposed to acquire Bankhaus August Lenz, a German private bank. With this transaction, Raising Bank enters the monetary market. Raisin Bank will be able to provide digital payment services as well as cash choices to its affiliates and clients.
  • Temenos (Switzerland) announced the formal launch of Qik Banco Digital Dominicano on the Temenos Banking Cloud on March 16, 2023. It is now the Dominican Republic’s first digital-only bank and a Grupo Popular affiliate.

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