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The FinTech50 2017 The Hot Ten 2017

The FinTech50 2017:

  • Action.ai

    GB

    Action.ai

    AI

    The FinTech 50:

    Action.ai

    action.ai is building a pioneering B2B2C Smart Chatbot messaging platform to enable enterprises to create out-of-the-box smart Chatbots for their customer base. action.ai solves the hardest part of building an Intelligent Chatbot – understanding users’ requests to enable human-like responses.

    Company

    Action.ai

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Dr John Taylor; CTO & Co-Founder: Dr Richard Tolcher

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Latest: $1.25M (January 2017)

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    AI

    Website

    action.ai

  • AdviceRobo

    NL

    AdviceRobo

    Analytics

    The FinTech 50:

    AdviceRobo

    AdviceRobo offers financial services providers and their clients tools and technology to reduce financial stress, by addressing both risks as well as offering opportunities to achieve financial goals. The platform offers an intelligent dashboard for financial services providers that collects data from over 1,000 data points together with an activation tool for their customers, the Agent. The business launched CreditRobo onto the UK market in December 2016.

    Company

    AdviceRobo

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Diederick van Thiel; Co-Founder: Rosali Steenkamer

    Founded

    2013

    Funding

    Total: $1.67M

    HQ

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    NL

    Sector

    Analytics

    Website

    advicerobo.com

  • Aire

    GB

    Aire

    Lending

    The FinTech 50:

    Aire

    Aire algorithmically generates a score factoring in the character and capacity of applicants by leveraging machine learning to emulate the power of human intelligence. This helps to supplement the thin credit history of applicants such as young adults, the self-employed or those who have recently moved country. A graduate of Techstars inaugural London cohort, Aire received regulatory approval by the FCA in October 2016, a first in its field, and raised a further funding round of $2m.

    Company

    Aire

    Key people

    CEO / Founder: Aneesh Varma; Co-Founders: Dr. Srini Sundaram, Jon Bundy

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Total: $7M

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Lending

    Website

    aire.io

  • Algomi

    GB

    Algomi

    Trading

    The FinTech 50:

    Algomi

    Algomi created a bond information network that enables all market participants to securely and intelligently harness data to make valuable financial trading connections. Its proprietary product, Honeycomb, is a network that allows buyside firms to find out which dealers are best placed to find matches for their bond orders. In March 2017 Algomi announced a $10M strategic investment from Euronext which will enable corporate bond traders to access Algomi's innovated bond information network on a global basis.

    Company

    Algomi

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Stu Taylor; Co-Founders: Usman Khan, Robert Howes, Michael Schmidt

    Founded

    2012

    Funding

    Latest: $10M Private Equity (March 2017)

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Trading

    Website

    algomi.com

  • AQMetrics

    IE

    AQMetrics

    Capital Markets / RegTech

    The FinTech 50:

    AQMetrics

    AQMetrics provides integrated capital markets surveillance and compliance solutions to alternative investment management and broker/dealer companies. Through its suite of cloud based solutions, AQMetrics supports a full range of global regulatory reporting for recent and emerging directives including MAD II, MiFID II and the AIFM Directive. The firm also provides a complete reporting solution that enables risk aggregation and is based on OPERA. AQMetrics proprietary risk analytics empowers the automation of traditionally resource-intensive and error-prone processes to ensure intuitive, fast, and cost effective electronic compliance risk management, regulatory reporting and document management.

    In January, the Maynooth based RegTech announced it was looking to double headcount and open an office in mainland Europe on the back of a number of recent big contract wins.

    Company

    AQMetrics

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Geraldine Gibson

    Founded

    2012

    Funding

    Total funding: $6.25m; Latest funding: $3m venture round, December 2018

    HQ

    Kildare, Ireland
    IE

    Sector

    Capital Markets / RegTech

    Website

    aqmetrics.com

  • Atom Bank

    GB

    Atom Bank

    Banking

    The FinTech 50:

    Atom Bank

    Atom Bank was authorised as a bank in June 2015. Founder and chairman Anthony Thomson was the co-founder of the UK’s low-cost flexible banking outfit Metro Bank. And CEO Mark Mullen, the former chief executive of first direct, HSBC’s ground-breaking telephone/online-only bank. Designed by a team of engineers from the gaming industry, Atom's square focus is on providing a financial experience that meets customer expectations. In 2016 it launched a range of products, including one and two-Year Fixed Saver accounts, Digital Mortgages and Secured Business Lending to SMEs. By Dec it held £110m in deposits for its fixed saver account.

    Company

    Atom Bank

    Key people

    Founder / Chairman: Anthony Thomson; CEO: Mark Mullen

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Total: $306.1M

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Banking

    Website

    atombank.co.uk

  • Azimo

    GB

    Azimo

    Money transfer, Remittances, Financial inclusion

    The FinTech 50:

    Azimo

    Developer of an online platform designed to provide a better way to transfer money around the world.

    Azimo is created with the explicit mission of cutting the costs of sending money home. Its international money transfer platform allows to send money either to a bank account or to over 270,000 cash pick-up points around the world and is accessible via mobile devices to send money to over 190 countries from any internet-connected device in a secure and efficient manner.

    Company

    Azimo

    Key people

    CEO: Richard Ambrose; Founder(s): Ricky Knox, Michael Kent, Marta Krupinska

    Founded

    2012

    Funding

    Total funding: $66M; Latest funding: $20M Series C May 2018

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Money transfer, Remittances, Financial inclusion

    Website

    azimo.com

  • Behaviosec

    SE

    Behaviosec

    Biometrics, Security

    The FinTech 50:

    Behaviosec

    BehavioSec transforms behaviour into a transparent additional layer of security by monitoring, in real-time, the way users interact with their devices. BehavioSec’s technology recognises if a conflicting user is operating a device by monitoring the environment, rhythms, and interaction patterns that are unique to each user. The solution is designed to enhance security without impacting the user experience. With offices in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, BehavioSec is currently deployed across Northern Europe retail banks protecting over 1,5 billion transactions per year.

    In January 2018, BehavioSec raised $17.5M in a Series B funding in an investment round led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity, whose Managing Directors, J. Alberto Yépez and Ken Gonzalez, will join BehavioSec’s board of directors. The round also saw contributions from ABN AMRO and Cisco Investments, in addition to returning investors Conor Venture Partners and Octopus Ventures. Behaviosec will use the investment to expand global operations and relocate corporate HQ to the US.

    Company

    Behaviosec

    Key people

    CEO: Neil Costigan; Founder(s): Olov Renberg, Kristofer Nygren, Hans Peterson

    Founded

    2007

    Funding

    Total Funding: $25.7M; Most Recent Funding: $17.5M Series B Jan 2018

    HQ

    Luleå, Sweden
    SE

    Sector

    Biometrics, Security

    Website

    behaviosec.com

  • Bonify

    DE

    Bonify

    Big Data / Information

    The FinTech 50:

    Bonify

    Bonify enables customers to benefit from their credit scoring and financial data. The Berlin-based startup give customers free & easy access to their credit score and let them upload additional relevant data. The company then offers tools and personalized recommendations to help optimize customers' financial situation.

    Company

    Bonify

    Key people

    Founder & CEO: Gamal Moukabary; Co-Founders: Jan Ortmann, Andreas Bermig, Josef Korte

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Total: $5.84M / Lead Investor: Mosaic Ventures

    HQ

    Berlin, Germany
    DE

    Sector

    Big Data / Information

    Website

    bonify.de

  • Clearmatics

    GB

    Clearmatics

    Blockchain

    The FinTech 50:

    Clearmatics

    Clearmatics is developing next-generation clearing machines for financial OTC markets. Its blockchain platform brings together custodians and end-users on a single platform, where members can settle securities trades and automate the performance of derivatives and other financial contracts using Clearmatics’ Decentralised Clearing Network (DCN) technology.

    Company

    Clearmatics

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Robert Sams

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Total funding: $13.3M; Latest funding: $12M, Series A - Oct 2018

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Blockchain

    Website

    clearmatics.com

  • Clearscore

    GB

    Clearscore

    Credit Reporting, Financial Wellbeing

    The FinTech 50:

    Clearscore

    ClearScore is one of the leading FinTech businesses in the UK. They want to help everyone make better financial decisions, starting with free access to their credit score and report. They have over 6 million users, are the UK’s no.1 credit checking service and are rapidly expanding.

    The company's credit scores and reports help users to consolidate their personal debts and repay them via a low-interest, fixed-rate loan, enabling them to plan better for the future and make more informed and responsible decisions about how they manage their debt.

    Company

    Clearscore

    Key people

    Founders: Justin Basini (CEO), Dan Cobley, Nigel Morris

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Latest funding: Venture February 2017

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Credit Reporting, Financial Wellbeing

    Website

    clearscore.com

  • Comply advantage

    GB

    Comply advantage

    AML, Compliance, RegTech

    The FinTech 50:

    Comply advantage

    ComplyAdvantage provide data intelligence to help firms understand the risk of who they’re doing business with, while automating compliance and risk processes.

    The company's platform provides real-time insights into the risk of companies globally and changes how companies assess who they're doing business with, while automating compliance and risk processes, enabling firms make intelligent risk decisions faster. ComplyAdvantage’s suite of plug-and-play configurable cloud services seamlessly integrate to help automate and comply with Sanctions, AML and CTF regulations.

    Company

    Comply advantage

    Key people

    CEO / Founder: Charles Delingpole

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Total funding: $38.2M; Latest funding: $30M, Series B, Jan 2019 - Index Ventures, Balderton Capital

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    AML, Compliance, RegTech

  • Contego

    GB

    Contego

    RegTech

    The FinTech 50:

    Contego

    Contego believes that embracing RegTech solutions can have a transformative positive effect on business and should be seen as a a competitive advantage. The company helps financial services, property and FinTech firms to improve and automate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) checks and processes. Its single risk-scoring platform can handle complex, multi-entity fraud detection and compliance checks in real time, all delivered via a single API, which expedites and improves customer onboarding. With partnerships including IBM, Amazon Web Services, and C6 Group, Contego has invested heavily in recent months to strengthen its international data sets. In December 2016, the RegTech acquired Working Status Ltd, the comprehensive software solution for Right-to-Work compliance and Human Resources management.

    Company

    Contego

    Key people

    CEO: Adrian Black

    Founded

    2011

    Funding

    Total: $2.93M

    HQ

    Abingdon, UK
    GB

    Sector

    RegTech

    Website

    contego.com

  • Credit Benchmark

    GB

    Credit Benchmark

    Finance, Banking, Credit Risk, Capital Markets, Risk Management

    The FinTech 50:

    Credit Benchmark

    Credit Benchmark delivers greater visibility into credit risk via an entirely new source of wholesale credit risk data. Using an innovative crowd-sourced approach, the company publishes monthly consensus credit indicators on Sovereigns, Financial Institutions, Corporates and SMEs by aggregating and anonymizing the internal credit risk assessments of the world’s leading banks. Practitioners in the capital markets benefit from greater transparency with unique credit indicators generated from actual risk takers in the marketplace, as well as access to otherwise unrated entities, including a large number of operating subsidiary companies.

    Company

    Credit Benchmark

    Key people

    Executive Chairman: Donal Smith; Founder(s): Donal Smith, Mark Faulkner

    Founded

    2012

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Finance, Banking, Credit Risk, Capital Markets, Risk Management

  • Curve

    GB

    Curve

    Mobile Payments

    The FinTech 50:

    Curve

    Curve is on a mission to simplify the way people spend and save their money. With old banks, new banks, credit cards, travel cards, investment apps, loyalty schemes and more, people are inundated with choice in a fragmented financial world. Backed by a who's who of VCs and fintech influencers, the London-based start-up is solving the problem by combining all of your bank cards into one Curve MasterCard, and all of your banking services into one powerful mobile app. In July 2017, Curve announced Series A funding of $10M from a wide range of investors, including Connect Ventures, Santander InnoVentures and Investec.

    Company

    Curve

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Shachar Bialick

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Latest investment: $10M Series A July 2017; Total investment: $12M

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Mobile Payments

  • Cuvva

    GB

    Cuvva

    Insurance

    The FinTech 50:

    Cuvva

    Cuvva provides insurance services designed to connect customers directly with insurers. The company's services offer an application based, pay-as-you-drive and motor insurance platform offering comprehensive cover within minutes and 24/7 customer support, enabling users to use a new kind of insurance which is fast, easy and friendly.

    The company raised GBP 15 million of Series A venture funding from LocalGlobe, Tekton Ventures and Seedcamp on December 3, 2019

    Company

    Cuvva

    Key people

    Founders: James Billingham, Freddy Macnamara (CEO)

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Total funding: $17.7M; Latest funding: $15M Series A Dec 2019 Local Globe, Tekton Ventures, Seedcamp

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Insurance

    Website

    cuvva.com

  • Darktrace

    GB

    Darktrace

    Cyber Security

    The FinTech 50:

    Darktrace

    One of the world’s fastest-growing cyber defence firms, Darktrace addresses the challenge of advanced cyber-attacks through its unique ability to detect previously unidentified threats in real time. Clients range from financial and legal services, to charities, healthcare organisations and pharmaceutical firms. In January, the Cambridge-founded business, which claims total contract value of $200M, reported a surge in customer orders, an increase of 140pc. In July 2017, Darktrace announced a Series D funding of $75M at a valuation of $825M.

    Company

    Darktrace

    Key people

    CEO: Nicole Eagan/CEO EMEA: Poppy Gustafsson; Chairman: Robert S Webb QC

    Founded

    2013

    Funding

    Latest investment: $75M Series D July 2017; Total investment: $179.5M

    HQ

    Cambridge, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Cyber Security

    Website

    darktrace.com

  • Digital Shadows

    GB

    Digital Shadows

    Cyber Security

    The FinTech 50:

    Digital Shadows

    Digital Shadows has come a long way since Accenture Innovation Lab London in 2011, announcing a $26M Series C funding round in September 2017. Its flagship product, SearchLight, is a continuous real-time scan of more than 100 million data sources online and on the deep and dark web — cross referencing customer specific data with the monitored sources to flag up instances where data might have inadvertently been posted online, for instance, or where a data breach or other unwanted disclosure might be occurring. The service also monitors any threat-related chatter about the company, such as potential hackers discussing specific attack vectors.

    In May 2018, Digital Shadows announced its new "Shadow Search" capability, available as part of its flagship, award-winning SearchLight service.Shadow Search enables instant access to Digital Shadows' comprehensive collection of historical and evolving threat intelligence assets, and expert security sources, including leading security blogs and news, enabling SearchLight subscribers the ability to better manage third-party risk, investigate security incidents, monitor trends, and enrich threat hunting of client-specific indicators and threat actors jeopardising their business, brand and reputation.

    Company

    Digital Shadows

    Key people

    CEO: Alastair Paterson; Founders: Alastair Paterson, James Chappell

    Founded

    2011

    Funding

    Latest investment: $26M Series C (2017); Total funding: $48M

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Cyber Security

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The Hot Ten 2017:

This year our panel looked at over 1500 FinTechs across Europe, which made selecting 50 a very tall order. If selecting fifty was a tough call, we did all agree that these ten highly enterprising innovators deserved a special mention. Meet our – additional – ones to watch for 2017

  • 10x

    GB

    10x

    Banking (Core)

    The FinTech 50:

    10x

    Unveiled in 2016 by former CEO of Barclays, Antony Jenkins; 10x promises to radically shake up the banking world, optimizing advanced technology to transform how banks operate and engage with customers. 10x’s vision is clear; banking needs to be simple, flexible, secure and always ten times better! Revealing its first client as renowned challenger bank, Virgin Money; 10x aims to drive a new standard in customer experience and be a catalyst for change in the industry.

    Company

    10x

    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Antony Jenkins

    Founded

    2016

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Banking (Core)

    Website

    10xbanking.com

  • Bud

    GB

    Bud

    Open banking

    The FinTech 50:

    Bud

    Bud believes that open banking will fundamentally change the way we think about our money.

    The award-winning start-up rebundles the FinTech landscape by making disparate financial services and apps work better together. An app and website, Bud works with consumers, banks and FinTechs to help consumers find and use the most helpful financial products and build their own banking experience.

    In October 2017, Bud signed a deal with banking giant HSBC and raised £1.5M from backers including investment bank Investec and Spain's Sabadell Bank. It is in talks with over 40 banks around the world about possible partnerships.

    In June 2018, the two-year old business launched The Bud Exchange, Bud.X, to give firms access to its own marketplace featuring P2P lenders such as RateSetter and Zopa, as well as Open Banking infrastructure – letting them set up payments and see a range of accounts on behalf of users.The new portal will be guided by financial and technology companies including Wealthify, Scalable Capital and AJ Bell.

    In August 2018, Bud announced it is developing artificially intelligent software that automatically detects when an individual is paying rent and prompts them to get the payments verified. These verified payments are then gathered into a ‘rental profile’ and are able to be shared via API technologies to digital mortgage brokers, banks and other relevant services such as Credit Ladder, and RentalStep, the other winners of the challenge. the goal for their technology is to help people understand the usefulness of the data hidden n their bank and to get more renters with thin credit files approved for mortgages and onto the housing ladder.

    Company

    Bud

    Key people

    CEO: Edward Masleveckas; Founders: Edward Maslaveckas, George Dunning

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Total funding: $2.1M Seed Oct 2017

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Open banking

    Website

    isisbud.com

  • ClearBank

    GB

    ClearBank

    Banking as a service, payment processing, core banking

    The FinTech 50:

    ClearBank

    Operator of a clearing bank intended to facilitate a new level of open competition and transparency. The company's clearing banking system offers a core banking platform and helps in liquidity management and transaction analysis, enabling businesses and individual customers to move money between different accounts and clear cheques via any authorized UK payment system.

    ClearBank received GBP 60 million of grant funding from Banking Competition Remedies on February 22, 2019.

    Company

    ClearBank

    Key people

    Executive Chairman / Founder: Nick Ogden; CEO: Charles McManus

    Founded

    2016

    Funding

    Total funding: $138m; Latest funding: $60m Grant, Feb 2019: Capability & Innovation Fund

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Banking as a service, payment processing, core banking

    Website

    clear.bank/home

  • Cleo

    GB

    Cleo

    Personal Finance Management

    The FinTech 50:

    Cleo

    Cleo wants to reduce the complexity and increase the transparency of financial services for a new generation. The “financial assistant” for young professionals and graduates powered by AI, Cleo is a chatbot accessed via the Cleo app or Facebook Messenger and through integration with Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Google Home. Users can chat to Cleo via text or voice to interrogate bank account and credit card data in order to keep track of spending and budget better. Angel investors include Niklas Zennström.

    Company

    Cleo

    Key people

    CEO: Barney Hussey-Yeo; Founders: Aleksandra Wozniak, Barney Hussey-Yeo

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    $700k Angel January 2017

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Personal Finance Management

    Website

    meetcleo.com

  • DataSine

    GB

    DataSine

    Analytics

    The FinTech 50:

    DataSine

    DataSine offers a client segmentation tool combining Big Data and psychometrics to help financial institutions understand their clients. It seeks to revolutionise the way financial institutions evaluate clients, build portfolios and measure risk.

    Company

    DataSine

    Key people

    CEO: Igor Volzhanin

    Founded

    2015

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Analytics

    Website

    datasine.com

  • Deposify

    IE

    Deposify

    Property - Escrow

    The FinTech 50:

    Deposify

    In the US and Ireland, security deposits cause problems for everybody involved when renting property – from landlords and tenants to leasing agents and property managers. Deposify is an escrow service for security deposits that lets landlords and tenants manage and control how and when deposits are paid and resolve deposit related disputes quickly and cheaply.

    Company

    Deposify

    Key people

    CEO: Jon Bayle; Founders: Jon Bayle, Tony Kelly

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    $1.53M Seed March 2016

    HQ

    Dublin, Ireland
    IE

    Sector

    Property - Escrow

    Website

    deposify.com

  • Governance.com

    LU

    Governance.com

    Financial sector & Corporate structures

    The FinTech 50:

    Governance.com

    Governance.com gives regulated companies total control of their processes, by turning complex and unorganized data into easily accessible actionable information. The platform connects data across the organization, links the data to the underlying documentation and enables collaboration through structured workflows.

    The Governance team is drawn from leading organizations such as ABN Amro, JP Morgan, SEB and Fidelity. Their clients span 7 countries across the US and Europe and include Global Tier 1 Banks, Asset Managers, Fund Administrators, Fund Management Companies and other regulated institutions.

    Awards & Recognition include: European RegTech100, Most Trusted Risk Compliance Solution Provider 2017, The FinTech50 Hot 10, Luxembourg’s FinTech startup of the year in 2016.

    Company

    Governance.com

    Key people

    CEO, Co-Founder: Bert Boerman; CTO, Co-Founder: Rob Boerman

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Total Funding: €2.5M

    HQ

    Luxembourg
    LU

    Sector

    Financial sector & Corporate structures

    Website

    governance.com

  • MeteoProtect

    FR

    MeteoProtect

    Insurance

    The FinTech 50:

    MeteoProtect

    Meteo Protect provides companies around the globe with customized insurance solutions to help offset the financial impact of climate change. Dedicated exclusively to weather risk management, the French startup monitors weather and analyses its history to help business adjust their insurance models. Clients range from agriculture to the financial sector and it helps wind energy utilities to cover the risk of low average wind speed. Meteo Protect also protects food processing companies that buy commodities against the impact of weather.

    Company

    MeteoProtect

    Key people

    CEO: Gabriel Gross

    Founded

    2011

    HQ

    Paris, France
    FR

    Sector

    Insurance

  • NX'Change

    NL

    NX'Change

    Capital Markets

    The FinTech 50:

    NX'Change

    Nxchange introduces a next generation stock exchange for direct trading in securities between companies and investors. The Amsterdam-based startup operates under a licence issued by the Dutch Ministry of Finance as a regulated market. Nxchange makes it possible to place and trade securities on a regulated platform without the intervention of a bank or broker being required. Companies can activate their network and communities to raise capital both on the central trading platform of Nxchange and using an integrated module on their own websites. A traditional IPO is usually an expensive and complex matter.

    Company

    NX'Change

    Key people

    CEO: Marleen Evertsz; Founder: Marleen Evertsz, Geesje Boon

    Founded

    2016

    HQ

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    NL

    Sector

    Capital Markets

    Website

    nxchange.com

  • Post Quantum

    GB

    Post Quantum

    Cyber Security

    The FinTech 50:

    Post Quantum

    Post-Quantum’s mission is to protect the world’s information against today’s threats and tomorrow’s challenges. The company wants to ensure its clients can carry out their operations safely and securely, with trust and confidence in all their activities. With many years’ intensive R&D, the London based cyber security start-up was among the cohort in Barclays’ London FinTech Accelerator in 2015. By embedding its unique cocktail of micro service modules into a system, it offers end to end quantum-safe security to clients including the UK government, Nato, Barclays and other financial services companies against cyber attacks.

    Company

    Post Quantum

    Key people

    CEO: Andersen Cheng; Founders: Andersen Cheng, Martin Tomlinson, CJ Tjhai

    Founded

    2010

    Funding

    $10.3m Series A May 2016

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Cyber Security

    Website

    ost-quantum.com