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The FinTech 50

The FinTech 50 2020:

  • N26

    DE

    N26

    Banking

    The FinTech 50:

    N26

    N26 offers mobile banking solutions to customers in the European Union through its subsidiary. It provides international money transfer, investment, overdraft, and cash withdrawal and deposit at stores.

    The company's mobile banking services offers online banking that include making and handling of current accounts, fixed accounts and other banking services, enabling customers to manage and control their banking details via a smartphone application in a hassle free way.

    The company raised $470 million of Series D2 venture funding in a deal led by Insight Partners on July 18, 2019.

    Company

    N26

    Key people

    CEO: Valentin Stalf; CEO N26 Bank: Markus Gunter; Founders: Valentin Stalf, Maximilian Tayenthal

    Founded

    2013

    Funding

    Total Funding: $682.8M; Latest Funding: $170M Series D, Jul 2019

    HQ

    Berlin, Germany
    DE

    Sector

    Banking

    Website

    n26.com/en-gb

  • PensionBee

    GB

    PensionBee

    Pensions

    The FinTech 50:

    PensionBee

    PensionBee has developed an online platform that provides pension plans, pension management and employment history, enabling their customer to track various pension plans and make investment decisions accordingly.

    Its features allow customers to track the pension progress and includes a pension calculator to set retirement goals and add new contributions.

    Company

    PensionBee

    Key people

    Founders: Romi Savova (CEO), Jonathan Lister

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Latest Funding: Venture round, Dec 2017

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Pensions

    Website

    ensionbee.com

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    GB

    Previse 01 1024x660

    Payments

    The FinTech 50:

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    Previse, provider of a financial platform designed to analyse contract payments of various entities utilizing artificial intelligence.

    The company's platform uses advanced machine learning tools and numerous data points to determine how likely a corporate buyer will be to eventually pay a supplier's invoice, enabling the SMEs to receive a credit score including banks and asset managers, so that they can pay the supplier on the buyer's behalf based on the credit score.

    Previse has pioneered algorithm-driven invoice payment decisions.

    Company

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    Key people

    CEO & Founder: Paul Christensen

    Founded

    2016

    Funding

    Latest Investment: $1M grant Jan 2018 / Lead Investor: Hambro Perks / Scottish Enterprise

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Payments

    Website

    revi.se

  • Privitar

    GB

    Privitar

    Privacy Software

    The FinTech 50:

    Privitar

    Privitar is a privacy engineering software company, that enables organisations to use, share and derive insight data safely. Privitar’s mission is to help companies achieve broader use of data while adopting an uncompromising approach to protecting confidential information. The London based company is delivering data privacy and anonymisation software solutions to a global client-base across Europe, North America and Asia.

    Company

    Privitar

    Key people

    CEO: Jason du Preez; Founders: Jason du Preez, Gerard Buggy, John Taysom

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Latest Funding: $16M Series A (2017); Total Funding: $21.2M

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Privacy Software

    Website

    rivitar.com

  • Railsbank

    GB

    Railsbank

    Open-Banking, API platform

    The FinTech 50:

    Railsbank

    Founded in 2015, RailsBank is a BaaS banking and compliance platform designed to connect a global network of partner banks with businesses who want API access to global banking.

    The platform simplifies on-boarding services and offers access to services such as creating digital ledgers, connecting digital ledgers to real bank accounts, issuing IBANs for ledgers, receiving money, sending money, converting money (FX), collecting money (direct debit), issuing cards and managing credit via the API, enabling banks and business customers to transact business digitally and in a compliant way.

    In September 2019 a deal led by Moneta Capital for $10 million of a Series A venture funding will be used to further expand beyond Europe, including the U.S., Australia and South East Asia.

    Company

    Railsbank

    Key people

    Founders: Nigel Verdon (CEO), Clive Mitchell (COO)

    Founded

    2016

    Funding

    Total Funding: $14.4M; Latest Funding: $10m - Series A, September 2019

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Open-Banking, API platform

    Website

    railsbank.com

  • Salary finance

    GB

    Salary finance

    Employee finance

    The FinTech 50:

    Salary finance

    Salary Finance is on a mission to help millions of people across the globe live happier, healthier financial lives.

    The company's platform partners with employers to offer financial wellness solutions, financial education and salary-linked savings and loans, helping employees to improve their lives by improving their finances. By helping employees manage debt, build a savings habit and access earned pay, they have created a more accessible alternative to traditional financial services providers.

    In April 2019 Salary Finance completed a $32.8M series C funding, led by existing investors Blenheim Chalcot and Legal and General.

    Company

    Salary finance

    Key people

    Founders: Asesh Sarkar, Dan Cobley, Daniel Shakhani

    Founded

    2015

    Funding

    Total funding: $111.8M; Latest funding: $32.8M, Series C April 2019 - Legal & General, Blenheim Chalcot

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Employee finance

  • Tractable

    GB

    Tractable

    Insurtech, AI, Machine Learning

    The FinTech 50:

    Tractable

    Tractable develops artificial intelligence for accident and disaster recovery.

    The company's deep learning automation platform automates visual damage appraisal by looking at photos of damage and predicting repair costs. Tractable provides its AI to the largest insurers worldwide, helping to settle claims quickly and efficiently, which in turn impacts livelihoods.

    Tractable's AI solutions have processed over $1 billion in auto insurance claims, across Europe, North America and Asia.

    Company

    Tractable

    Key people

    Founders: Adrien Cohen, Alexandre Dalyac, Razvan Ranca

    Founded

    2014

    Funding

    Total funding: $43.65M; Latest funding: $25M - Series B, July 2018 - Insight Partners

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Insurtech, AI, Machine Learning

    Website

    ractable.ai

  • TrueLayer

    GB

    TrueLayer

    Open Banking / Faster payments / PSD2

    The FinTech 50:

    TrueLayer

    TrueLayer provides a platform to build financial apps that connect to bank data, verify accounts, and access transactions in real time.

    The company's platform helps companies to securely and efficiently access their customers' bank accounts to share financial data, make payments and validate their identity, enabling companies to initiate payments directly from user's bank account and offer frictionless payments without interrupting the user experience.

    TrueLayer had raised $35M Series C in June 2019, led by Tencent and Tamasek, with participation from Northzone, Anthemis and Visa.

    In October 2019, the company announced a strategic and commercial relationship with Visa.

    Company

    TrueLayer

    Key people

    Founders: Francesco Simoneschi (CEO), Luca Martinetti

    Founded

    2016

    Funding

    Total Funding: $46.8M; Latest Funding: $35M SeriesC - June 2019

    HQ

    London, UK
    GB

    Sector

    Open Banking / Faster payments / PSD2

    Website

    ruelayer.com

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