Launched in 2012, Azimo is an online money transfer company, allowing customers to send money to more than 5 billion people in 190 countries, from any device connected to the Internet
Secco is still an alpha version and has not be launched yet. The disruptive neobank will not be a bank like others: it creates an alternative way of monetizing personal data and challenges the premise of banking and currency
Once originally aimed at children, the startup has expanded to focus on adult individuals and companies
Alan is an online independent health insurance service dedicated to small, mid-sized companies and independent workers
Ibanfirst was founded under the name FX4Biz and was at first a multi-currency platform. It was re-launched in October 2016 as a banking platform for Financial Services
Based on the Card-Linked Offer (CLO) from the US, CDLK anonymously exploits purchasing historic from the client’s payment card. The startup then offers loyalty programs. It combines marketing and data analysis
It is the sixth (along with Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank, and Royal Bank of Scotland) UK clearing bank and the first to be created in 250 years in the UK
Wesave is an online insurance brokerage offer launched by the company Anatec. This French roboadvisor is a up-market wealth management platform
The startup offers simpler and safer online payment solutions by separating buying from paying
Morning was first a peer-to-peer online savings and payment platform for individual users. In 2016, after getting a banking agreement, it became an online banking service and now offers current accounts and debit cards
Myfox prevents intrusions before they happen to protect privacy by offering users two security solutions
Revolut is an app for smartphone linked to a pre-paid Mastercard that offers interbank rates on currency, which means the rate the banks lend to each other, and not the one banks and bureaux de change traditionally use after adding around 3% fees
Lendingkart is a platform to help small businesses in India get loans. It allows SMEs to apply for funding online, bypassing banks and traditional finance institutions.
Qonto is an online banking service. This current account, with an IBAN and one or more business MasterCard, is an alternative to traditional banks.
The platform of the neo-bank is integrated with other business services, and it is linked with a marketplace offering competitive lending and credit from a community of providers.