Fin Tech

Financial technology has been used to automate insurance, trading, and risk management. FinTech is the new applications, processes, products, or business models in the financial services industry, composed of one or more complementary financial services and provided as an end-to-end process via the Internet. FinTech is the label assigned to financial service firms whose product or service is built on technology, often resulting in major innovations that have the capacity to change working practices.

Financial technology companies consist of both startups and established financial and technology companies trying to replace or enhance the usage of financial services provided by existing financial companies. The use of smartphones for mobile banking, investing services and cryptocurrency are examples of technologies aiming to make financial services more accessible to the general public.

Competitor research & analysis

Today, fintech companies directly compete with banks in most areas of the financial sector to sell financial services and solutions to customers. Mostly due to regulatory reasons and their internal strucutres, banks still struggle to keep up with fintech startups in terms of innovation speed. Fintechs have realized early that financial services of all kinds – including money transfer, lending, investing, payments, need to seamlessly integrate in the lives of the tech-savvy and sophisitcated customers of today to stay relevant in a world where business and private life become increasingly digitalized.

Especially millenials (people born between approx. the early 80s and late 90s) and the following generations prefer quick and easy banking services over walking to a branch, appointments with bank consultants and lenghty processes setting up accounts or putting together a portfolio (as two of hundreds of examples where mobile and digital banking services allow for a more frictionless and stress-free process).

Business planning & strategy

Our clients are often surprised by the possibilities we present to them; by thinking outside the box we present exciting new ventures:

  • Fintech Partnerships Instead of Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Data and Analytics for Consumer Behavior
  • Stay Updated on Regulatory Changes
  • Think Small to Push Big Changes
  • Custom Solutions and Personalized Appeal

We are always looking for specific approach to each cases.

Our hard work propel to a speed so fast that has no choice but to ride with a winner.

  • Provides automated online wealth management (primarily using low cost index funds)
  • Brings easy web-based approval process to student loan refinancing.
  • Sends any company a mobile credit card reader and charges a fee for every credit card transaction they conduct.
  • Allows users to send money to each other in a way similar to Paypal but with a better mobile experience and social functionality.

We can helps you to choose a new direction which utilizes resources.


A Fintech company is a company that provides technology to make financial services more efficient and readily accessible for anyone, not just bankers. The Fintech hubs around the world include Singapore, UK, and Hong Kong.

A good example of a Fintech company is Call Levels. Call Levels is a cell phone app that allows users to set price levels for FOREX, Stocks, Indices etc. Once their price level is hit the user is notified by an alert sent directly to their phone from which they can make decisions to either buy or sell. Essentially want to provide information that many of the big banks have and give it to the common retail investor.

To clarify the boundaries on the use of customer data for business purposes by actors in the financial system

To redefine and enforce an approach to good conduct in light of new technology-enabled innovations

On transformation to identify areas where supervisor support is needed to develop technology for enhancing stability