Five FinTechs on Friday – March 5, 2021

This Friday we have five exciting FinTechs: a compliance tool provider, a financial planner, a CDR enabler, a B2B payment platform and a smart personal wealth app.

Check them out below!

Don’t forget to apply for the Finnies Awards 2021 and have the chance to be recognised amongst the most innovative Australian companies that are disrupting the fintech industry.

Fiskil

Fiskil handles the dirty work when it comes to Open Banking and the Consumer Data Right (CDR), so companies can focus on their core business. We’ve built the pipes between financial institutions and applications, big and small. We also handle all of the compliance technology that is required to become accredited under the CDR, and there’s a lot. Businesses can spend the next 6 months building internal teams, software and policies to access Australia’s CDR regime, or sign up with Fiskil and let us remove your technical and compliance risks.

Want to know how the CDR can improve your product? Access our Data Sandbox.


Nudge

Nudge uses behavioural economics principles to help people reach their savings goals sooner. The app is free for download from both the App Store and via Google Play, and works in concert with any Australian bank account. It uses impulse savings prompts, image-driven goal tracking, and other gamified elements to nudge people towards better financial outcomes. Recently featured on the Today Show, Nudge is currently raising capital to fund future growth ambitions.


Adatree

Adatree is Australia’s trusted Consumer Data Right (CDR) partner, simplifying access to the CDR. Adatree offers turnkey SaaS technology to enable any industry to participate in the CDR. On February 25 Adatree became accredited as an ADR. Being accredited means Adatree can add valuable product and service add-ons to our existing turnkey SaaS product offering that includes both an Industry Sandbox and our Data Recipient Platform enhancing our end to end offering for customers. Adatree have just launched the ADR Accelerator giving aspiring ADRs access to all of the business and technical templates needed as part of their accreditation application.


Payoneer

As the world’s largest B2B payments platform, Payoneer empowers businesses to go beyond. Payoneer’s suite of payment, growth and risk services makes global transactions as easy as local ones, enabling over 5-million businesses in 200 countries to unlock new opportunities and seeing Payoneer on rankings including Forbes 50 Fintech. 

In February, Payoneer entered a definitive merger agreement with FTAC Olympus Acquisition Corp, the transaction resulting in Payoneer becoming a U.S. publicly listed entity and expected to close H12021, subject to customary closing conditions.

Go beyond at  https://www.payoneer.com/au/ and see us at our upcoming Grow Local and Global with Google webinar.


Tanggram

Tanggram is a smart personal wealth app with a reward program that allows people to “invest while you shop” in Australia. It started back in 2016, and officially launched in App Store and Google Play in April 2020. Since then it has achieved over 66,500 subscribing users.

In the coming months, Tanggram is going to launch two additional investment options focusing on ETF strategies. This will provide more broad investment choices to users.

Tanggram has also made a big move into the Asian market, with the MOU signed with Newbanker, a leading wealth-tech platform in China. It also signed the admission agreement with the City of Nanjing to set up the Nanjing office. Tanggram is currently seeking the next round of capital raising to support its Asian market strategy.


 

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