FinTech will continue to boom in 2020. Some new FinTech startups have also emerged in the past weeks and months. These include startups such as Axovision, Banxware, Betterfront, Beyond Saving, Compa and Stargazr.
FinTech is also one of the big trends in 2020. More and more startups are trying to digitize the world of banks and the world of money flows of all kinds. Some new FinTech startups have also emerged in the past few months. Here is a brief overview of the latest FinTech companies in the country.
The young fintech Axovision , based in Hanover, sees itself as a “pioneer in the use of artificial intelligence in asset management”. In the end, a “holistic, undistorted and data-based analysis” should come out, which “enables an optimized stock portfolio”.
The well-known fintech founder Miriam Wohlfarth wants to grant platform traders loans through Banxware . About the concept it says in job advertisements: “Our white-label software solution is an end-to-end application that covers the whole lending lifecycle”.
Betterfront offers private equity fund managers a data-driven fundraising platform designed to support investment decisions through analysis. In addition, fund managers should be able to “win, retain and retain institutional investors” with fintech.
Beyond Saving from Frankfurt am Main comes up to improve financial education in the state. “We see ourselves as an information and educational platform for financial self-decision makers and those who want to become one,” the founders promise.
Behind Billwall is an app for “automated financial planning”. To the concept: “Based on capturing all financial data from account transactions, electronic payments as well as cash payments, you are able to track, manage and plan your financial situations from the past, in the present and even for the future”.
At Centrifuge , everything revolves around the trend topic of decentralized finance (DeFi). Companies can use the startup to tokenize invoices or delivery notes. With the Tinlake product, Centrifuge also offers a smart contract application.
The Berlin FinTech Compa wants to digitize “monetary transactions in the construction industry”. Atlantic Labs already supports the start-up company founded by Matthäus Kerres and Ferdinand Witt-Dörring. The Berliners promise: “We’ll launch the future of B2B payments soon”.
The Berlin startup Cooler Future combines financial investments and climate protection. “At Cooler Future, we’re bringing together our investment know-how and climate change expertise to make it easy for you to invest in the good guys”, writes the German-Finnish team.
The Berlin startup Equintel , which was founded by Janna Lipenkova and Timo Heroth, advertises with the slogan: “Advanced Equity Intelligence”. The start-up company wants to help investors find the right investment opportunities with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence ”.
The Berlin FinTech Gemms is working on establishing itself as an admin and finance tool. The capital city promises: “All admin & finance in one place – bank accounts, incoming & outgoing invoices, expenses. Auto-reconciliation & tax chat with your accountant ”.
Home capital Home capital enables property owners aged at least 60 years to partially sell their property for an immediate payment. Home capital thus becomes a silent partner in the property and also supports the entire sale of the property later.
Frankfurt FinTech iVE.One takes care of digital assets. The goal is to raise capital. To this end, the startup developed a so-called smart contract, “which integrates regulatory requirements in a simple way”. Security Token Offering (STO) are the appropriate buzzword here.
With Uplift1 , founder Ariyan Seyed Nassir is trying to establish a new type of startup financing. “We provide you with up to € 500,000 growth capital – paid back via revenue share. In exchange for our capital we receive a monthly revenue share for 12-18 months after the financing, ”it says on the website.
The young fintech Paigo , an offshoot of Arvato Financial Solutions, wants to establish itself as a “platform for consumer-oriented receivables management”. Specifically, it is about digitizing processes and procedures in debt collection procedures.
The FinTech pockid calls itself “digital financial solution for young people and parents”. Specifically, the young company wants to use a financial app to teach young people how to handle money. However, the target group is more parents who want to get an overview of their children’s income and expenses.
The Berlin-based FinTech P rolendo wants to “make mortgages more accessible and affordable for consumers”. The start-up works with institutional investors to offer loans to mortgage lenders. Smaller banks in rural areas in particular should benefit from this solution.
The investment app Quin is particularly aimed at millennials. “Quin is software for investors who want to manage their portfolio themselves or who have already bought securities that they want to optimize,” said the young Berlin company. FinTech does not want to be a robo-advisor.
Behind Stargazr from Hamburg there is a “web-based software provider that supports controlling teams to better understand and manage their company results”. Stargazr from Hamburg is delivering “innovative AI software for modern controlling”.
Behind the young FinTech Vanta are the former Move24 makers Ante Krsanac and Anton Rummel. To start with, FinTech is positioning itself as a “complete solution for purchasing credit cards”. The target group are startups.
With Weißhaus , Finleap is building a startup around the topic of real estate investments. The website says about the concept: “Weißhaus offers a platform that makes first-class investments from leading companies in the real estate industry and in the investment sector easily accessible to wealthy private individuals”.