Five FinTechs on Friday – December 4

This week’s five fintechs includes an online mortgage provider, a payment platform for residential real estate market, an account reconciliation and financial platform, a buy now pay later cash flow management tool and a financial data engine that aggregates financial information.

Check them all out below! Grafa is also including an introductory offer.

Well Home Loans

Well Home Loans is an award-winning online mortgage provider built from the ground up with Australian home owners in mind.

For over 40 years, the founders have been helping Australians achieve their goal of homeownership.  100% family-owned and operated, Well prides itself on providing a unique hybrid approach to online lending – utilising the best in fintech and seamlessly combining it with good old fashion customer service.

They are about providing simple, affordable home loans all the time.  The unique approach means that not only can they provide some of the lowest rates in Australia, but also some of the best service.


CampaignAgent sits at the intersection of FinTech and PropTech, delivering innovative financial solutions for Australia’s residential real estate market. It’s flagship product – VPAPay – provides a pay later service for the marketing costs related to selling properties.

CampaignAgent’s real estate agency customers represent more than 20% of Australia’s listings and VPAPay has helped more than 75,000 property owners get the best outcome when selling their home.

CampaignAgent’s second product – SmartCommission – leverages technology to allow listing agents to access their sales commission prior to settlement. The company reached an important milestone recently with the implementation of its first institutional funding warehouse.


Openpay (ASX: OPY) is a highly differentiated Buy now, pay later player. It has the most flexible plans in the market with plan lengths of 2–24 months and up to $20,000 focusing on industries where it can make a true difference: Automotive, Healthcare, Home Improvement, Memberships and Education; and its target customers are mature and finance-savvy who use Openpay as a cashflow management tool.

Openpay has a unique B2B offering, Openpay for Business, a SaaS-based platform that allows companies to manage trade accounts end-to-end in the one system. It provides services in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.


Trintech is a pioneer in cloud-based software to optimise the Financial Close. Neobanks and FinTechs count on Trintech to provide an independent platform to automate the validation and reconciliation of transactions and settlements. Through automation of transaction matching, balance sheet reconciliations, close tasks, journal entries, and compliance, Trintech empowers start-ups to scale rapidly and deliver reliable financial statements.

In response to the acceleration of the shift towards digital and flexible work, Trintech recently invested in an Australian Data Centre, providing Data Sovereignty. Trintech has partnered with start-ups such as Uber (see case study) and several FinTech Australia Members recently.


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