2 Swiss Startups Chosen for PwC’s UK Wealthtech Accelerator Programme

2 Swiss Startups Chosen for PwC’s UK Wealthtech Accelerator Programme

by April 23, 2021

PwC has announced the latest cohort of fintechs who have joined the Wealth Scale programme which will support nine wealthtech businesses. Two of the startups chosen were Swiss-based; Conser and 3rd Eyes Analytics.

The other startups that made the list include; Datactics, Creative Mass, Novastone, Tiller, My Compliance Centre, Opus Nebula, and Clear Macro.

Focused on the UK and international insurance, asset and wealth market, this cohort will see a number of connections generated between industry leaders and wealthtech firms, with the aim to build commercial opportunities and relationships.

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The 10-week programme will connect industry leaders to emerging firms to help boost innovation at a critical time for the sector.

Key to this will be addressing changes to consumer behaviour and the new operational challenges and opportunities resulting from the pandemic.

As part of the programme, firms will explore the heightened focus on adviser efficiency, risk and compliance, ESG as well as the growing need for operational simplification.

The PwC Scale team has already run 45 Scale programmes in the UK working with 438 scale-ups across sectors such as fintech, insurtech, GovTech and retail.

From a group of 600 firms, we have selected nine exceptional Wealth Technology firms, to whom we will be providing access to advice, bespoke support and client networking events.

Swiss startups chosen for the Scale Wealth Tech 2021 cohort:

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Conser is a pioneering third-party ESG verifier which has developed ESG Consensus (R), a unique and innovative digital tool to measure and improve the impact and sustainability of investments portfolios. SWISS

PwC wealthtech3rd Eyes Analytics empowers financial institutions to deliver goal-based investing with realistic and scenario-based asset liability management methods, integrating sustainable investing beyond regulatory requirements. SWISS


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