MoneyConf kicked off today in Madrid, with a lineup of speakers ranging from large corporates to up-and-coming startups.
We created a public list in the CB Insights database where you will find funding and performance metrics for each company.
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We also used CB Insights’ data to identify a few early-stage exhibitors from the list that are tackling interesting problems. Below, we highlight these 11 seed or Series A companies working across insurance, payments, mobile banking and more. None of them have raised a Series B.
Revolut, based in London, is a payments company that aims to help people spend money abroad while avoiding foreign exchange fees. Travelers can exchange currencies, send money, and spend with a multi-currency pre-paid credit card linked to a mobile app.
Select investors: Index Ventures, Balderton Captial
2. Cloud Lending Solutions
Cloud Lending Solutions, formerly MFiFlex, is a global cloud infrastructure company in the lending space. The California-based company’s SaaS applications aim to serve established lenders, banks as well as fintech companies.
Select investors: Cota Capital, Epic Ventures
Based in Stockholm, Sweden, BehavioSec creates digital fingerprints for the security of IT organizations and e-commerce. The company developed one award-winning prototype in partnership with Nationwide and Unisys in May 2016.
Select investors: Conor Venture Partners, Partnerinvest Norr
A presenter at the CB Insights Future of Fintech conference this month, AutoGravity is a fast-growing car financing startup. Their platform connects car shoppers with lenders and dealers.
5. Indexa Capital
Indexa Capital is an automated, index fund-based investment platform with more than 5 million euros under management.
Select investors: FIDES Capital, various angel investors
SplitIt, formerly PayItSimple, offers a service for consumers to pay for their large-ticket purchases over time and divide the total cost across multiple interest-free payments. The New York-based company has integrated with e-commerce and retail merchants as well as the healthcare payments platform DOCPAY.
Select investors: Simpel Management
Trunomi helps financial institutions manage their customer data. The Campbell, California-based company offers solutions including digital customer interfaces and a third-party API platform.
Select investors: Fenway Summer, SenaHill Partners
Geoblink, based in Madrid, is a retail analytics software platform that uses location-based business intelligence data to inform decisions.
Select investors: Nauta Capital, angel investors
London-based Ringpay created Charing App, a mobile application supporting fundraising efforts at nonprofits and NGOs.
TopCheck is a comparison-shopping service based in Lagos, Nigeria, focused on financial products such as car insurance and health insurance.
Select investors: Mountain Partners, angel investors
Israel-based Neema provides banking services for overseas workers via an app. The app operates on the bitcoin protocol, but users receive a regular dollar amount when making cash deposits or sending money.
Investor: Kima Ventures
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