Swiss Fintech Investor Day gives a stage to 12 startups


Every year SICTIC provides startups with a platform to showcase their solutions to an audience of Investors during the Swiss Fintech Investor Day. On 4th December, twelve startups that are seeking funding opportunities will take the stage.



The 4th edition of the Swiss Fintech Investor Day will bring together angel investors, family offices, venture capitalists and corporate ventures that want to invest in fintech startups. As part of the event, several activities are organized: a training session for aspiring angel investors, panel discussions, keynotes and startup pitching sessions. For the upcoming event held in at SIX ConventionPoint in Zurich, SICTIC has revealed the twelve startups that will present. These are: Arcadia Blockchain – Empowers NGOs to provide P2P financial services for refugees Dalega Treasury – developed the first multi-bank tool to enable corporates to manage signatory rights across multiple banks by leveraging a DLT based shared database. eQtiq – is an interactive receipt 2.0 platform that acts as an easy secure and eco-friendly digital receipt archive. Fintune – with Finny, the startup offers a fun companion and safe environment to teach financial literacy to families and B2B partner banks. Machine Trader – is an ecosystem for automated trading of digital assets. One PM – enables open banking beyond cash and offers cloud-based on multi-custody asset management services. Pacta – builds token governance solutions on Ethereum blockchain Qard.SAS – provides SMEs with working capital without requiring collateral or financial documentation. Risk assessment is based on business efficiency and other alternative data. Taxdone – supports people with taxes and helps them to find deductions, thanks to its AI technology and tax experts. Torchwood – is a venture building community where growth-stage firms raise directly from customers. Value on Chain – offers a DLT platform to facilitate seamless financing, investing and trading of unlisted assets. Vereign AG – used blockchain and end-to-end cryptography to add a layer of security to day-to-day communication platforms such as email and documentation.