Amsterdam, Netherlands · Vilnius, Lithuania
Finance · Lending and Investments
BankingLab is a banking software developer mainly focusing on cloud-based solutions. Its main clients are traditional and emerging banks, payment service providers (PSPs) such as electronic money institutions (EMIs) or payment institutions (PIs) and various FinTechs. Our solutions include: Core banking – ensures smooth operations of key banking functions such as record keeping, internal and third-party transactions, lending products, including business and consumer loans, deposits, savings and current accounts. Payments – number of modules to support connectivity to SEPA directly and via CentroLINK offered by the Central Bank of Lithuania, including support of SEPA Instant payments. SWIFT and local payments via correspondents or directly via TARGET-2. Front-end – ready-made and fully customizable internet banking and mobile applications to go to market within weeks. While our banking as a service (BaaS) API enables clients to build front-end solutions by themselves. Compliance – in-house developed various compliance and anti-money laundering (AML) tools to automate key processes. Reporting modules such as common reporting standard enables the automation of reporting obligations. Know-your-client, know-your-business, transaction monitoring, on-going due diligence, and screening (sanctions, negative press, politically exposed persons) modules ensures compliance with AML requirements. Card processing – interact with major payment card networks such as Visa and Mastercard to issue payment cards or acquire card payments. Our partnering financial institutions can sponsor our clients to issue cards to their clients without additional integrations and development. Tailored made services – is one of our unique properties as all our products are developed in-house. We have a competitive edge to customize our solutions to specific clients’ requirements or build an additional service for business cases, no matter how innovative they are.Something looks off?