Le Financial Times a sorti un classement des 10 Fintech à suveiller.
Le Top 5 – Innovation
1. Essentia Analytics > Behavioral Software for Fund Managers
Essentia helps both short and long-term professional investors to develop skill, maintain investment discipline and achieve better performance. Use Essentia to continuously improve performance by playing to their strengths and avoiding their weaknesses. Use Essentia to understand the skills and biases of each member of the investment team.
2. Novastone > messaging platform
3. PensionBee > find all your old pensions and combine them in a good-value online pension plan
PensionBee combines all your old pensions into one new online plan. It takes 5 minutes to start.
4. Transmit Security > Programmable Biometric Authentication
Transmit Security combines biometrics with advanced behavioral profiling, security, and anti-fraud technologies into one modular authentication platform that completely virtualizes authentication from applications and allows applications owners to rapidly implement new identity related projects with higher security without compromising on user experience.
5. R3 > blockchain technology
Le Top 5 – Impact
1. eToro > Online-Trading
2. Funding Circle > Peer-to-Peer Small Business Lending
Small business loans funded by thousands of investors on peer-to-peer lender and marketplace Funding Circle UK. Apply for a loan or invest today!
3. PayPal Working Capital > Merchant Services & Account Payment Solutions
Pay as you grow with PayPal Working Capital
4. Paytm > Online recharge – make instant mobile recharge, bill payment, data card, …
Online recharge – make instant mobile recharge, bill payment, data card, dth recharge, utility bill payment, metro card recharge & gold loan repayment @paytm.com
5. Robinhood > Free Stock Trading
Free stock trading. Stop paying up to $10 for every trade. Robinhood is available now! Signing up takes less than 4 minutes.
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Paytm, the Indian electronic payments company that has thrived following the country’s withdrawal of high value banknotes, has won the inaugural FT Future of Fintech impact award. A separate prize – in the fintech innovation category – went to Transmit Security a cyber safety start-up that brings together a range of biometric and other financial security services on to one platform.