How Banks Can Create a White Label Response to BNPL Threats


Picture of Tushar Srivastava at SkepsFEATURING: Tushar Srivastava, co-founder and CEO of Skeps

The need for quick innovation is greater than ever, with advanced, cost-effective solutions needed by legacy banking organizations to keep pace with a fast-moving digital landscape.

One option is to deploy white label banking solutions in partnerships with third parties. By using application program interfaces (APIs), banks and credit unions can quickly respond to new challenges, such as Buy Now, Pay Later.

On today’s Banking Transformed show, we have Tushar Srivastava, co-founder and CEO of Skeps. He discusses how traditional financial institutions can use third parties to outperform traditional product development processes.

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