Swiss Fintech Awards Top 4 revealed

Four startups remain in the race for the Swiss Fintech Awards in the categories Early Stage Start-up of the Year and Growth Stage Start-up of the Year. The winner for each category will be revealed at the award ceremony on 29 June.

The Swiss Fintech Awards aims to promote Swiss fintech, insurtech and blockchain innovators and to contribute to the strong Swiss fintech ecosystem by recognising outstanding start-ups and fintech influencers. A renowned jury consisting of 20 fintech experts will select the best startups that will take home a prize either as the Early Stage Start-up of the Year or the Growth Stage Start-up of the Year.

From the recently announced finalists, the jury has nominated two companies in each category to proceed to the finale. The semi-finalists will get the opportunity to present their solutions to the audience during the Swiss FinTech Awards Night, held as part of the FuW Forum “FinTech 2022 – Mastering the Transformation” in Zurich.

The finalists in their respective categories are:

Early Stage Start-up of the Year

DeepJudge (2021) – offers the next-generation AI-powered document processing tools. These enable legal teams to reduce the time spend on tedious low-level tasks that could be automated.

Pelt8 (2021) – helps companies implement sustainability programs and save 100s hours. Regulations have become strict requiring companies globally to report on their sustainability activities, but the process is challenging. Pelt8 simplifies it by enabling organisations to collect and manage all their sustainability-related data in one place, internally and from stakeholders.

Growth Stage Start-up of the Year

aXedras (2019) – connects and digitizes the global precious metal industry using DLT/blockchain-based Integrity Ledger™, which enables transparency of provenance data (incl. ESG) and chain of custody in real time.

Stableton Financial (2018) – Next-gen curated marketplace for top-tier alternative investments. The platform allows individuals to invest money like the top institutional investors, in a secure way. More than 2000 in Switzerland rely on it.