Venturelab Presents the Swiss National Fintech Team


From November, ten selected fintech startups will kick off the venture leaders fintech roadshow to bolster their international presence and growth. The team will participate in the virtual edition of the Hong Kong Fintech Week.



Venturelab, together with its partners, is organising the fourth edition of the Venture Leaders Fintech roadshow to support promising startups on their internationalisation journal. The program includes introductions to leading investors and potential customers as well as workshops to bring their solutions up a notch. The startups will also participate in the virtual Hong Kong Fintech Week. Asia's largest global financial technology will host more than 25,000 attendees from over 70 countries.

The Swiss national fintech team is composed of the following startups:

Curio Capital AG (CurioInvest) | Rey Fernando Verboonen | Zug
Collectibles as an alternative investment have historically outperformed established indexes, yet it remains extraordinarily challenging to invest in them. CurioInvest provides a gateway to purchasing fully assessed and exclusively secured ultra-rare cars─or invest in profit-sharing digital assets that trade like stocks.

Cybera Global AG | Nicola Staub | Zurich
cybera. global combines unique industry knowledge and professional insights with the latest technology to build a fintech platform that prevents financially motivated cybercrime for financial institutions and governments.

eCollect AG | Marc Schillinger | Baar
eCollect developed an in-house end-to-end, cross-border receivables management platform. The startup uses best-in-class AI solutions to turn traditional invoicing, dunning, and debt collection into an innovative, fully digitalised experience for all industry sectors and their clients.

flov technologies AG | Anton Golub | Zug
flovtec provides liquidity to tokens and exchanges in the growing digital asset space. The flovtec platform and algorithms deliver highly scalable liquidity solutions, making digital assets attractive to investors while complying with the Swiss regulatory framework.

SIBEX AG | Daniel Haudenschild | Zug
SIBEX is the most intuitive and straightforward way for users to trade between a network or chat group. The SIBEX Personal Server is a cloud trading desk that allows users to trade immediately, and without a middleman, on the public blockchains of BTC and Ethereum and access their server from anywhere.

SwissBorg Invest SA | Cyrus Fazel| Lausanne
SwissBorg is decentralising wealth management by making it fun, fair, and community centric. Their Wealth App allows users to buy, sell, and digital exchange assets - with features like AI-powered asset analysis and portfolio analytics to help them make smart investment decisions.

Teylor AG | Patrick Stäuble | Zurich
Teylor brings small business lending into the 21st century by automating and digitalising the entire commercial credit process. The company uses its technology to provide one of the fastest business loans and offers banks a SaaS solution to digitalise their own lending processes.

Vima Link SA | Raphaël Héraïef | Martigny
Based on 10 years of research at the Idiap, Vima Behavioural AI can improve credit score systems from a short 1-3 minutes video presentation of borrower applicants. The AI platform can replicate expert assessments to understand traits such as conscientiousness, which correlate to financial risk-taking and capabilities to plan and repay. The system is transparent, minimises bias, and improves risk-taking balance.

Wecan Tokenize SA | Mathieu Saint-Cyr | Geneva
Wecan Tokenize (WCT) is the first end-to-end institutional tokenisation solution. It aims to use the power of blockchain to digitise assets, making them more liquid and easier to transfer. WCT is focusing on offering the best service for institutional clients so that they can include digital tokens as part of their investment options.

Yova AG | Tillmann Lang | Zurich
Yova is the leading digital platform for investing with a sustainability impact. Yova customers invest directly into companies that help solve global problems, e.g., by fighting climate change or by promoting human rights. All investments are professionally diversified portfolios that are designed to deliver an attractive financial return.

(Press release/RAN)