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All in on Embedded Finance - Why I am leaving Weavr

It’s time for a personal update: November 2022 will be my last month at Weavr. After a bit more than two years I have decided to leave. In a way this was both - a very difficult and very easy decision at the same time. Even though I am

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Why has Embedded Finance reached a tipping point?

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How can you make money with Embedded Finance?

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Vertical vs. Embedded Banking: Same same but different?

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Open Banking vs. Embedded Banking: What's the right path for you?

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Welcome to the Embedded Finance Guide

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My three scenarios for the future of Open Banking players in Europe

In the past weeks, I’ve had numerous discussions with startup founders about open banking providers in Europe. All of them were looking for a provider but due to the increasing number of players, they were facing troubles finding the ideal Open Banking provider for their use case. And the

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My top ten books in 2020

Initially I was planning to write a longer 2020 personal recap, but after an exhausting year (for all of us), I am keeping it short. The year had many ups and downs for me personally, and specifically the first lockdown in Germany was particularly tough for me. Luckily the summer

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Full focus on Embedded Banking - Why I joined Weavr

It’s time for a personal update! After freelancing for most of last and this year, I have decided to join the Banking-as-a-service startup Weavr. I became a freelancer “by accident” when I decided to stop working on my corporate credit startup early last year. I knew that I did