Five FinTechs on Friday 3

In today’s series we cover unique fast growing fintechs. A digital currency banking platform, automated bank account direct debit and credit card payments solution, Lending-as-a-Service, a global enablement platform powering rewards and offers programs, and an R&D tax incentives financing service.

Also don’t miss registering for our upcoming events this week. Details below.

RelayPay

Fintech start-up, RelayPay, is set to launch Australia’s first digital currency banking platform, enabling Australians greater access to the emerging global crypto market and open finance solutions built on the blockchain. Bridging the gap between traditional finance and digital currencies, RelayPay provides banking rails to its customers to buy, sell or use their crypto assets at global market rates. The company also built a digital currency payment processor which opens up a new market for Australian Retailers and access to untapped AU $400 billion global cryptocurrency market at a time when eCommerce has become vital for retailers’ survival.


Pinch

Pinch is an Australian payments platform that lets you accept automated Bank Account Direct Debit and Credit Card payments for standard and repeating invoices in Xero, Quickbooks, Reckon and other online accounting platforms. Founded by a couple of Brissy software developers, they have a huge emphasis on well designed APIs and full automation. The company recently announced new Plans and Subscriptions feature, which lets you breakdown large invoices into smaller payments with amazing flexibility (25% upfront, 10% per fortnight until complete, etc…). The team is always keen to partner with fellow SaaS businesses, so if you or your customers are looking to get paid with automated bookkeeping, check them out at https://getpinch.com.au


Trade Ledger

Trade Ledger was founded in 2016 to help the financial services sector re-imagine business lending in the new digital economy. Their Lending-as-a-Service (LaaS) platform enables banks and alternative finance providers to automate their operations at scale. It uniquely takes new structured data sources from the supply chain and transforms them into actionable insights and tasks, enabling the right lending products to be created and offered at the right time, over the right channel, quickly, at low risk.

Based in Australia and the UK, they are currently expanding elsewhere within Europe and APAC to accommodate their fast-growing client base. Visit www.tradeledger.io.


OpenSparkz

OpenSparkz re-imagines the world of loyalty and offers by harnessing nascent card linking technology. Using payment scheme integration, OpenSparkz is a global enablement platform that can power any rewards or offers program without the need for separate loyalty cards, offer codes or coupons – creating better experiences for consumers and merchants. Consumers pay with their payment card and receive the rewards, in real time. Merchants can deploy offers within minutes without POS modification, data capture, data processing or staff training. Its cloud-based solution is globally deployable and is PCI-DSS compliant.


Radium Capital

At Radium Capital, financing R&D tax advances is their only focus. They’re experts in helping businesses reinvest their own money, sooner, because they’re passionate about helping businesses of all sizes grow.

The platform-based approach reduces the need for dilutionary capital. This lets business owners putting the sweat and tears into businesses with R&D hold onto more of the equity they’re working so hard to create.

Many businesses have pivoted and reinvented themselves over the past few months and Radium is pleased to be part of the solution that helps Australian innovation continue to thrive.


Key Webinars

We have put together two key webinars in the upcoming days and hope you can join us.

2 June 2020 – We’ve partnered with KWM to explore issues in the wake of COVID-19 and offer practical guidance to help Fintech Australia members through this challenging time. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION HERE

3 June 2020 – We’ve partnered with Sophie Grace Compliance and Legal to answer some of the most common questions businesses have when they are exploring establishment and expansion of fintech products and services. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION HERE

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