Five FinTechs on Friday – January 29, 2021
We are back in 2021 for our first edition of Five Fintechs on Friday. This edition brings a renting experience to members of Real Estate Institutes/customers’ platform, an online lender providing loans to small and medium sized Australian businesses, a payments platform that simplifies trade credit for business, an equity crowdfunding platform that connects investors with listed companies raising capital and a money transfer at low cost platform.
Check them out below!
|Hutly builds technology to provide an anxiety-free renting experience to members of Real Estate Institutes and their customers. They began by focusing on smart contracts, like tenancy agreements signed against the blockchain, and now they are streamlining the interactions property managers have with tenants and owners to improve the relationships between all parties. 2020 has been a whirlwind year for Hutly. When COVID-19 hit, they were running a pilot with a small group of REIQ members. Virtually overnight, their technology was being used by all of the REIQ’s network to sign agreements without paper. 2021 is shaping up to be another big year, with another Real Estate Institute recently signing on to use the technology across all of their forms.|
|Banjo has been delivering working capital solutions to small and medium sized businesses since 2015.|
They blend rapid data analysis technology with a personalised relationship approach. Lending decisions are made in 24 hours, after which funds can be in your bank account in as little as 48 hours. All with direct support from their team through enquiry stage to deal settled.
To give your business the flexibility it needs, they provide unsecured loans up to $500K across 6-24 month terms. This includes their Flexi Working Capital loan offering clients up to 4 months interest expense only. Talk to them about how they can help power your business, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following its launch earlier in 2020, Shift Payments was recently awarded Country Winner in the IDC Digital Transformation awards. Selected from over 1200 organisations across Asia Pacific, Shift Payments also took out the 2020 Digital Disruptor and Omni-Experience categories.
Shift is a payments platform that simplifies trade credit for business. Developed by GetCapital, a non-bank business lender dedicated to meeting the needs of SMEs, read how the Shift Payments team tackled the $1.3 trillion trade credit problem, and won digital disruptor of the year along the way.
Fresh Equities connects investors with listed companies raising capital.
Since starting in late 2018 they have helped $300m of investor demand reach the listed market and developed market leading technology that is setting new best practices for the industry. They started their journey at Stone & Chalk in Melbourne and are currently planning their 3rd office upgrade and 20th new hire!
They work with institutions, family offices and high net worth individuals that are looking for fair and transparent access to listed capital markets. They participate in more than 450 ASX transactions a year across all sectors and sizes, offering investors more choice and issuers greater awareness.
MasterRemit is a fast growing global fintech company that provides fast, reliable and low cost money transfer service for people to send money to their loved ones from their mobile phones and computers from anywhere, at any time, 24/7 for low cost. MasterRemit is an alternative to traditional money transfer companies that require person-to-person service – visiting agency branches, waiting in long lines and paying high fees.
MasterRemit leverages mobile technology to create a financial inclusive world by giving ‘a fair go’ to millions of unbanked people around the world, mostly in developing countries, facing barriers to tasks as simple as receiving money from their loved ones to buy food, pay rent, pay hospital and school fees. Visit www.masterremit.com to find out more.