Five Fintechs On Friday February 18, 2022

The new edition of the five fintechs on Friday is here!

Block your calendar for the upcoming events!

In association with SherlokAdatree and AssuranceLab, we’re excited to host a webinar on current state-of-play in CDR and what’s on the horizon for 2022. If you have started your CDR journey or want to register for CDR access, this event is for you. Register for the event here.

We’re also hosting an interactive webinar to explore how connectID – powered by Eftpos Australia plans to transform the KYC process in Australia and deliver a better customer experience. Learn more about digital identity exchange with connectID and book your slots today.

Below are five fintechs to know about this fortnight!




Zai is boldly transforming the future of financial services and powering our customers by making innovative financial services accessible to all. Our payment APIs help businesses manage multiple payment workflows and move funds, so they can pay and get paid without delays. We apply our real-time expertise to a reliable micro-service architecture to enable authentication, liquidity, payment and settlement with zero wait-times. We have over 170 employees, growing to 450 by 2025, and are expanding our presence across APAC, UK, USA and the Middle-East. To find out more about the 10-year history of Zai visit The Story of Zai.




Say hello to automated expense management with Cape. A platform that combines physical and virtual corporate cards integrated with software that automates your accounting, saving businesses hundreds of hours each month on financial administration work and cutting wasteful spending before it ever happens.’

Estiie has officially launched Australia’s first and only two-sided marketplace exclusively for Building and Construction professionals. Estiie provides a solution for sole traders and businesses to connect their projects to freelance Architects, Interior Designers, Quantity Surveyors, Estimators, Engineers, Project Managers and many more roles. With the pandemic creating migration barriers into Australia, the shortages of skilled workers in the Building and Construction industry is becoming a prominent issue. Coupled with the industry’s challenges in forecasting labour requirements for future projects, is a timely and welcome solution.


Our mission at CitoPlus is to empower commercial brokers to deliver exceptional service and help Australian SMEs with their growth ambitions. We believe Aussie SMEs continue to be underserviced and that commercial brokers with the right data at their fingertips can help drive more informed, faster, better lending decisions, which – in turn – leads to more funding for SMEs. CitoPlus delivers a leading data driven commercial lending experience that places brokers at the forefront of commercial lending by automating the collection of high-quality customer information as well as loan application submission, which helps the broker structure a tailored lending solution to meet their SME customers’ needs.


TreviPay is a global financial technology company that is raising expectations of the B2B buying experience. By offering an instant line of credit underwritten by TreviPay and payment on terms, clients can offer B2B buyers deferred payments similar to popular BNPL programmes for consumers. With its 100% digital customer experience and API integration, TreviPay delivers rapid transformation of the B2B purchasing experience while encouraging customer loyalty and increased spending. With an international team spanning the US, Europe and APAC, TreviPay serves customers in 27 countries and facilitates $6 billion USD in transactions per year in 18 currencies.


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Upcoming Events
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    June 23
  2. Intersekt 2022

    September 7 - September 8

Ep 2: Fintechs Acceleration of Growth Since COVID

Ep 1: The Evolution of Payments

Scaling Product Globally


Lee Hatton – Afterpay: FinTech Australia Podcast

Anthony Jones – Visa AUS/NZ

Tim Cameron – TransferWise