10 New Fintech Startups for F10 Accelerator in Zurich

10 New Fintech Startups for F10 Accelerator in Zurich

by March 4, 2019

F10 Incubator and Accelerator goes into its second round with the P3 «Product to Market Program».

The one-day matchmaking event taking place on Thursday, 7th of March, complements the existing F10 portfolio of international hackathons and the Accelerator program. Its aim is to open doors for mature Startups to find their way into the Swiss F10 ecosystem with the goal of driving innovation towards the FinTech of tomorrow.

With the P3 program, F10 provides a mechanism for fostering meaningful collaboration between Startups and the prestigious F10 corporate members – namely, SIX (the Swiss Stock Exchange), the Baloise Group, Julius Bär, Generali Group Switzerland, PwC Switzerland, Raiffeisen, Zürcher Kantonalbank, eny Finance and ERI Bancaire. The day is intended for international Startups with market traction and revenue generation in FinTech, RegTech, or InsurTech.

James Sanders

James Sanders

«The first installment last September was a success for the Startups and corporate members resulting in a number of projects either launched or in the pipeline. This year, the amount and quality of applications exceeded our expectations. More than 130 Startups from all over the world expressed interest in joining the P3 program with aspirations of benefiting from the strong F10 network in Switzerland.

The capacity is limited, and we had to narrow the applications down to a qualifier shortlist of ten Startups attending the one-day workshop on Thursday, 7th of March. We are looking forward to hosting the P3 program at the F10 and bringing the FinTech ecosystem together to enhance fruitful collaboration.»

James Sanders, Project Manager and Startup Coach at the F10.

The announcement of the Ten Startups

3rd eyes3rd-eyes AG (Zurich, Switzerland)

A solution that enables wealth managers to offer superior investment advice.

abakaABAKA Holdings Limited (London, United Kingdom)

Providing financial institutions with AI-powered software so they can thrive in the digital savings age.

azakawAzakaw (Dubai, UAE)

A one-stop shop that covers compliance requirements from onboarding to monitoring to regulatory reporting.

walleeWallee (Winterthur, Switzerland)

Ensuring that companies can sell their products digitally and entirely automatically.

dcmDigital Claim (Vienna, Austria)

The automation of claim recovery for travel and health insurance.

ndgitNDGIT GmbH (Munich, Germany)

Offering PSD2 and Open Banking solutions like a Digital Credit process.

MultisenseMultisense (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Multibiometric platform to verify and authenticate users with a combination of voice and facial recognition, patented liveliness check, and fingerprint signature.

QwilMessengerQwil Messenger (London, United Kingdom)

Instant messaging that responds to an urgent need for businesses to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of their clients’ data.

sensepassSensePass (Ness Ziona, Israel)

A solution that bridges the gap between the physical and the digital world.


AI-powered investing.


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