Five FinTechs on Friday – August 14

Exciting fintechs this Friday include providers of data management tools, Identity verification tools, neobanking, payments solutions and wealth tech business offerings. Check them all out below.

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Frankie Financial

Frankie offers a complete identity operating system and has connected 160+ 3rd party providers and data source across biometrics, KYC, AML and fraud tools into a single platform solution. This allows customers to access the best-of-breed providers via a single unified API and single dashboard. Frankie’s clients range from the top banks through to growing fintechs.


Meeco gives people and organisations the tools to access, control and create mutual value from personal data. Privately, securely and always with explicit consent.
In July, Meeco received the MyData Operator 2020 Award in recognition of our human-centric infrastructure for personal data management. The award recognises how we enable human-centric data control. To be eligible for this prestigious status, Meeco first needed to demonstrate how our services interoperate with data sources, data using services, and each other.
In keeping with our mission to help partners build personal data applications we’re also honoured to have been selected by My Life Capsule, to provide the security architecture and data privacy management to power their wonderful applications.

86 400

Since launching in September 2019, 86 400 has continued to release products and features at a rapid rate delivering on its purpose to help all Australians take control of their money. Today, 86 400 is the only neobank in Australia to offer a competitive savings rate, a fully featured transaction account and home loans via a large network of brokers. Recently signing a distribution agreement with mortgage aggregator AFG, 86 400 is well and truly on the pathway to profitability and delivering a smarter alternative to the way banking is done today.


Stripe is a technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the internet. Businesses of every size ㄧ from new startups to public companies like Xero and Atlassianㄧuse Stripe’s software to accept online payments and run technically sophisticated financial operations in more than 100 countries. Stripe helps new companies start and scale online, and established businesses accelerate into new markets and launch new business models. Over the long term, Stripe aims to increase the GDP of the internet.


Selfmade is a Wealth Tech business offering a wide range of investment, compliance, accounting and advice services. The platform, which is initially focused on the SMSF Sector, allows both financial advisers and their clients, as well as self-directed investors to access best practice compliance, accounting, advice and insurance products and services at an affordable price. The company aims to be everything that traditional services providers in the space are not. Fast, Simple and Affordable. It believes that people should have access to high quality, simple and affordable financial services and is leveraging technology to make this possible.


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