Top 10 Swiss Fintech Start-Ups – Summer Edition Author: Fintechnews Switzerland Last Updated: 18 July 2018 Each quarter, Swisscom teams up with e-foresight to publish a Fintech Startup radar and to select 10 interesting Swiss Fintech Startups. The criteria that the start-ups need to meet are as follows: Transparent business case Meets a clear customer requirement Investors and/or management have a proven track record Professional partners and current customers Innovation and market potential Here is the newest selection of Swisscoms Fintech Startup Radar. Advanon Advanon is an authorized financial intermediary that provides an online platform on which companies can receive liquidity from external investors on the basis of their accounts receivable invoices. The invoice financing platform provides a simple and flexible way for businesses to get invoices financed by numerous investors. It is available in Switzerland and Germany. Algo Trader AlgoTrader is an algorithmic trading software system originally created by CEO Andy Flury . Prior to AlgoTrader, Andy Flury gained his extensive knowledge in real-time management of large data sets using Esper and CEP whilst employed as project manager and software architect for Siemens. Apiax Apiax is an early-stage startup that aims at generating better access to compliance regulations. It provides easily integrated public programming interfaces (APIs) that facilitate access to always up-to-date and verified compliance rules. Bexio bexio – the simple business software ideal for small businesses, the self-employed and startups. bexio helps small businesses better manage their administration, work more efficiently and sell more. Crowdhouse Crowdhouse AG is the undisputed market leader in the Swiss real estate co-ownership segment. Since its launch in 2015, the company has already brokered over 60 properties with a total value of CHF 350 million to private investors, thereby turning them into co-owners of selected Swiss yield properties registered in the land register. The Zurich-based company now employs more than 60 people. Investiere investiere.ch offers accredited private and institutional investors. The Swiss innovation landscape. investiere.ch was founded in 2010 and has offices in Baar, Zurich and Geneva. Together with its minority shareholder Zürcher Kantonalbank, investiere.ch is one of the leading startup investors in Switzerland and one of the most renowned Swiss fintech companies. Loanboox Loanboox is the independent money and capital market platform for public-sector borrowers and institutional investors.Loanboox is simple, transparent, safe and low cost, benefiting both borrowers and lenders alike. Lykke Lykke is a Swiss Fintech company building a global marketplace based on blockchain. Richard Olsen is a pioneer in the field of high-frequency finance. Richard served as co-founder and CEO of OANDA, a leading foreign exchange company. Lykke received initial seed funding in 2015. PriceHubble PriceHubble is a Swiss based company, focusing on international real estate markets. Computer science, econometrics, mathematics, statistics, financial services and consulting. We develop innovative solutions to support real estate decision making. VIAC VIAC is a 3rd pillar solution that above all creates added value for the customer – not just for the bank. The post Top 10 Swiss Fintech Start-Ups – Summer Edition appeared first on Fintech Schweiz Digital Finance News – FintechNewsCH.