Mambu, Doconomy to Support Financial Institutions With Their Climate Action Plansby Fintechnews Nordics May 8, 2023
Swedish climate technology startup Doconomy has partnered with cloud banking platform Mambu to support financial institutions globally in taking climate action with accurate, easy-to-understand environmental impact data.
Doconomy, a provider of carbon impact calculations, has developed digital tools, including an API-based engagement service, to assist individuals and corporations in measuring and engaging with their CO₂e footprint data.
In collaboration with Mambu, Doconomy will empower joint customers to determine the carbon footprint of their financial transactions with the potential to decrease it too.
According to Mambu, this partnership marks its first climate tech collaboration to be featured on its partner ecosystem.
“This partnership with Mambu allows more organizations in the financial sector to leverage our expertise in quantifying environmental footprints to drive action.
We are excited to bring a climate component to Mambu and through our partnership we hope to bring climate impact calculations into more financial applications, democratizing climate impact data.”
said Mathias Wikström, CEO at Doconomy.
“Our cloud banking platform is fueling the financial services of tomorrow, which means we also aim to be the foundation on which sustainable financial experiences can be built.
Doconomy is the market leader and a pioneer in the impact-tech space. With its expertise in carbon calculations and our impact on the financial services industry, we are teaming up on a shared vision for a more sustainable future.”
said Ben Snowman, VP Partnerships & Advisory at Mambu.
Featured image credit: Ben Snowman, VP Partnerships & Advisory at Mambu and Mathias Wikström, CEO at Doconomy
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