A market-leading, modern SaaS banking platform
Mambu’s SaaS banking platform accelerates and simplifies the way financial products are built and deployed by financial institutions.
Mambu is disrupting Core Banking Software through its market-leading, modern SaaS banking platform. It provides fast-to-implement and easy-to-manage, flexible and modern software, which allows its customers to build great banking experiences that their customers love. Counting banks, lenders, fintechs and financial institutions as its customers, over 50 million end users leverage Mambu’s technology every day.
With 800 employees globally, Mambu prides itself on investing in its people and the community, and has a top-decile employee satisfaction score, a progressive flexible work environment with a four-day summer schedule, and a bold ESG and sustainability strategy for the years ahead.
Market trends and drivers
Consumers and businesses alike increasingly demand frictionless digital banking experiences and as a result, the banking and securities enterprise software market – which is already over €100 billion in size – is experiencing double-digit annual growth, according to Gartner (December 2021). Within this, the third party cloud-based sub-segment is the fastest growing, expected to increase by 20%+ per annum over the coming years. Mambu is the leading disruptive player in the market, catering to a large and global market segment, from fintechs to traditional financial institutions, in over 65 markets.
EQT Growth plans to work closely with the company to support its further global expansion, ramp-up of key hires across the growing firm, and platform innovation, which aims to roll out both new functional and technical capabilities. In addition, EQT Growth will support Mambu’s commitment to sustainability, diversity and inclusion and workplace innovation.
Chief Executive Officer & Co-FounderEugene Danilkis
Chief Technology OfficerBen Goldin
Chief Product OfficerKevin Trilli
Chief Information Security OfficerBronwyn Boyle
Chief People OfficerCharlie Johnston
General Counsel and Company SecretaryGerhard du Plessis