In this era, the possibilities for embedded finance are boundless across nearly every sector, presenting a new way of thinking about customer engagement. While the popular applications of this trend include buy now pay later and e-wallets, there is the emergence of new banking, insurance, and investment use cases driven by consumers’ desire for cohesive digital experiences.
Moreover, many players are leveraging embedded finance to tap into its growth potential and optimise their conversion rates. However, with embedded financial products being an extension of the conventional financial ecosystem, regulatory authorities are also taking a keen interest in the potential risks and benefits it poses to markets and consumers.
The State of Embedded Finance – Q1 2023 Roundup report explores noteworthy happenings in the embedded finance realm, spanning different domains, including: