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100 SME Banking Mobile Apps




Mobile banking apps are becoming more and more important in everyday banking transactions, especially for the young generation of entrepreneurs, which also are actively targeted by new fintech banks (neobanks), offering totally online & mobile onboarding and account opening within 3 minutes.

The competition for SME customers in transactional banking is becoming more and more severe. With this Study, we decided to start a tradition of tracking on a yearly basis 100 mobile banking applications and the functionality banks are offering in their apps to SME customers.


In this Study, we’ve divided mobile applications into four categories:

  • Category 1: Payments, transaction banking – universal applications (available both for Individual customers and business customers) (35 applications)
  • Category 2: Payments, transaction banking – applications created specifically for business customers (57 applications)
  • Category 3: Applications for merchants accepting cards payments (6 applications)
  • Category 4: Applications for business customers to develop their business, networking & scale up (2 applications)

Also, you will find 13 showcases of the best applications by ratings or by functions.

Companies Mentioned

  • ABNAmro
  • Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank
  • Akbank
  • BBVA Bancomer
  • BNP Paribas
  • Banco de Credito del Peru
  • Bank Millennium
  • Bank Zachodni WBK
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of Ireland
  • Barclays
  • Ci bank
  • DenizBank
  • Eurobank Ergasias
  • Garanti Bank
  • ING Belgium NV
  • ING Nederland
  • KBC Netherlands
  • Kiwibank Ltd
  • La bora I Kutxa
  • Novo Banco
  • OTP Bank
  • Piraeus Bank (Romania)
  • Piraeus Bank (Greece)
  • Raiffeisen Polbank
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • Swedbank
  • TBC Bank
  • TEB
  • US Bancorp USA
  • Wells Fargo
  • Westpac
  • lsbank
  • mBank

SME Banking Club is an international networking platform of business bankers aimed to provide relevant information on what banks and financial companies are offering for entrepreneurs, micro-, small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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