Every year, a panel of industry experts selects 100 most innovative wealth tech companies for the WEALTHTECH100 list. The selected companies are developing digital transformation strategies and new customer propositions for the wealth and asset management, private banking and financial advisory sectors.
This year, five young Swiss companies made it to the list. These are:
Algotrader – designed a platform for fully-integrated and automated quantitative trading and trade execution, for both traditional and digital assets. With its new crypto-solution WIRESWARM, which contains all of the key features that banks need to minimise risks, accelerate time-to-market and reduce costs while increasing revenues – the scaleup is taking another step towards the future of trading.
Integration Alpha – combines their deep-tech data management platform ferris.ai with domain-specific data assets for sales support, customer onboarding, compliance as well as regulatory reporting. Whether you need to integrate a heterogeneous systems landscape or want to conquer streaming analytics, ferris.ai is your one-stop solution replacing coding with business know-how.
ONE PM – offers cloud-based, API-driven holistic Financial Services, which include comprehensive Asset- and Portfolio Management Solutions as well as an open API, delivering consolidated and reconciled accounting information over multiple custodians. Combining cutting edge technology with in-depth knowledge in the field of securities accounting and financial contracts, ONE PM is able to reduce overall unit costs for consolidated and fully reconciled accounting information over multiple custodians by a factor of approximately 10 today.
Taxdone – offers a web app to support its clients to file their taxes by themselves. The app allows individuals to find deductions, thanks to its AI technology and tax experts. Taxdone also integrates with banks in the background.
3rd-eyes – is developing a solution that empowers financial institutions to provide interactive, scenario and goal-based investing with the computing power of the cloud. The company uses modern Asset/Liability Management methodologies that illustrate downside scenarios realistically and integrate climate change and sustainability in all its products.
Besides the five startups, AAAccell - which was acquired by LPA Group recently - and established Swiss companies including Appway, Sanostro, Additiv, Adviscent and Finhorizon were selected for the the Top 100.