Swiss Fintech Awards reveals the Top 10 finalists

The jury of the Swiss Fintech Awards has revealed the finalists for the categories Early-Stage and Growth Stage Start-up of the Year. The winners will be announced and awarded on 6 July during the award ceremony held within the framework of FuW Forum FinTech Conference.

The agenda of the Swiss Fintech Awards takes the same format as the previous editions. The candidates will attend a boot camp on 18 and 19 Maand speed dating program on 14 June. The teams will also pitch at FuW Forum FinTech Conference 2021. Due to the COVID-19 situation, the awards ceremony held at the FuW Conference has been postponed to 6 July. 

The finalists of the Swiss Fintech Awards 2021 are:

Early-Stage Start-up of the Year 

Aisot – is advancing data to real-time signals and boosts data usability. With a Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) model the company provides the most accurate and innovative signals available on the market to facilitate better taking better data-driven trade & investment decisions. 

DeepJudge – offers a system that leverages the latest deep learning technology to assist legal practitioners in a range of language-oriented tasks, such as anonymization of text, information extraction, and legal semantic research.

FQX  – provides an electronic promissory note (eNote) infrastructure that enables liquidity crossing borders and markets without rule-books and in a banking-grade DLT environment.

Plentitude – offers low-carbon pension and savings services during a climate crisis. 

Troc Circle – developed acost-effective netting platform that offsets receivables and payables simultaneously.

Growth Stage Start-up of the Year 

Decentriq – enables customers to benefit from secure data ecosystems by combining, analyzing and sharing sensitive data with anyone, at scale and without restrictions.

PriceHubble – enables better real estate decisions by using ML and Big Data. 

Sygnum – is the world’s first digital asset bank offering a portfolio of traditional banking services for digital assets. B2B banking services are also available for existing financial institutions to enable them to provide regulated digital asset products and services to their customers.

WealthArc – empowers wealth managers to manage clients’ assets anywhere and anytime through its all-in-one cloud-based platform for financial data analysis and client interaction.

Yokoy Group AG – uses artificial intelligence to fully digitalise and automate companies' expense and corporate credit card processes.

Winners of the Early-Stage Start-up of the Year will gain fame and glory in addition to a cash prize of up to at least CHF 24,000. Alongside the categories early stage and growth stage, the jury will award a nominated personality for the influencer of the year.