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KPMG Names Trulioo an ‘Emerging Star’ in Global Fintech 100 List

KPMG fintech 100 list

Three Canadian firms, Trulioo, SecureKey, and FinanceIt, have been named among the global ‘Fintech 100‘; an index of the top disruptive international financial technology firms. The global fintech list is split into two groups: 50 leading established financial technology (fintech) firms and 50 emerging fintech stars of tomorrow. Backed by KPMG and H2 Ventures, 20 different countries were represented on the list, including 40 from the Americas, 20 from EMEA, and 22 from APAC.

Trulioo was included among the 50 ‘Emerging Stars,’ which KPMG describes as “exciting new fintech companies with bold, disruptive, and potentially game-changing ideas.”

“It’s a great honor to be celebrated alongside so many innovative companies disrupting the financial services industry,” Stephen Ufford, Founder & CEO of Trulioo. “Fintech presents a golden opportunity for Canada and it’s important that we unite and work together to build a sustainable ecosystem that nurtures products and services with competitive advantages for the international market.”

The Fintech 100 is compiled using data relating to a number of factors, including total capital raised, rate of capital raised, geographic and sector diversity plus consumer and marketplace traction, and “X-factor”, which refers to degree of product, service, and business model innovation.

The Leading 50 include the following:

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  1. ZhongAn
  2. Oscar
  3. Wealthfront
  4. Qufenqi
  5. Funding Circle
  6. Kreditech
  7. Avant
  8. Atom
  9. Klarna
  10. OurCrowd
  11. Lufax
  12. Robinhood
  13. Square
  14. Motif Investing
  15. Xero
  16. Stripe
  17. Collective Health
  18. Credit Karma
  19. Adyen
  20. Personal Capital
  21. SecureKey Technologies
  22. Betterment
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  1. Coinbase
  2. iZettle
  3. Policybazaar
  4. Knip
  5. Affirm
  6. Circleup
  7. IEX Group
  8. Prospa
  9. eToro
  10. LearnVest
  11. Sofi
  12. ScoietyOne
  13. OnDeck
  14. Wecash
  15. FangDD
  16. VivaReal
  17. Nutmeg
  18. Stockpile
  19. Spotcap
  20. Jimubox
  21. TransferWise
  22. Rong360
  23. 21Inc
  24. Coverfox
  25. AngelList

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The 50 ‘Emerging Stars’ include the following:

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Acorns

Avoka

Bankable

BioCatch

BLender

C2FO

Cinnober

Coinify

Colu

Credithood

Credorax

ebankIT

Ebury

Elliptic

Equitise

Estimize

Fastacash

Fidor Bank

FinanceIt

Friendsurance

GoCardless

GoHenry

Meniga

Metamako

Moula

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MyMicroInvest

Number26

Numoni

Orchard Platform

Osper

PayRange

Personetics

Plaid

PromisePay

Property Partner

Qumran

Renrendai

Revoult

Ripple

Salary Finance

Simply Wall St

SlimPay

Stockspot

SyndicateRoom

The Currency Cloud

Traity

Trulioo

Valuto

Xignite

Yoyo Wallet

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“The UK is currently home to more emerging fintech companies on the list than anywhere else,” said Warren Measd, global co-lead of KPMG’s fintech practice. “In a fast moving sector, it will be interesting to track how many breakout over the next 12 months.”

The Fintech 100 report offers an in-depth look into the most exciting global companies that are taking advantage of technology to revolutionize the financial services industry. The report stated that funding for fintech businesses is estimated to total $20 billion in 2015, an increase of 66 percent from 2014.

Disclaimer: Trulioo provides no warranty that the information contained in this document is accurate, up to date or complete and in no circumstance does such information constitute legal advice. Any person who intends to rely upon or use the information contained herein in any way is solely responsible for independently verifying the information and obtaining independent expert advice if required.

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