Fintech profiles
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Fintech profiles

Euromoney looks at the smart people and smart firms attempting to reshape finance.


A host of new technology and new business models are aiming to transform the financial system. Many will fall by the wayside. But among them are potential winners that could be the Goldman Sachs or Nasdaq of the 21st century. 

Here, Euromoney profiles many of these firms, as well as some of the others that may become the big winners that lead the financial industry in the decades to come.

Fintech profiles

  • RateSetter – dwarf in a land of giants

    Keeping it simple is already paying dividends for the UK’s biggest P2P lender.

  • SyndicateRoom takes investors into the dragon’s den

    Equity platform matches business angels with crowd investors – a sign that the venture capital industry is changing fast

  • Is DueDil a Bloomberg for the private markets?

    Having moved far beyond start-up status, the data provider is looking to help transform the way that companies interact

  • Nutmeg changes the game in wealth management

    The UK fintech start-up will manage your wealth for a small, transparent fee. Is this the start of a shake-up in the protected world of private banking?

  • Azimo aims to win in remittances

    Money transfers to emerging markets is a huge business. By taking the process digital, the UK fintech start-up aims to slash the cost of remittances.

  • miiCard pioneers the online passport

    A scheme to build trust around the concept of digital identities has the potential to transform the way individuals transact through the internet.

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