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Bank Vontobel Takes Over a Swiss Personal Finance Platform: Exclusive Interview

Gokong, a Swiss Personal Finance Platform, recently announced that Bank Vontobel is taking full control over the platform We did an exclusive interview* with Gokong’s CEO about the exit and about the Swiss Personal Finance and the Financial Fitness market.

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“BORN IN SWITZERLAND” Swiss Original Fintech Overview Map Update: 171 Companies

Luc Schuurmans, Head Private Banking, Executive Management at Bank Linth LLB AG,  put together an updated overview map of Fintech Companies “Born in Switzerland”. Since his last update, he collected 7 Fintech Startup more – bob, mybrick, Jacob, neon, instimatch, 3circlefunding. Here are

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It is Time to get Your Swiss Personal Financial Fitness Coach

Smartwatches, fitness apps and equipment are enabling us to monitor our physical fitness in real time and are providing us with personalized plans, suggesting recommendations in terms of diet, exercise and sleep by putting a personal trainer in our pocket.

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Personal Finance Startup GOKONG Is Ready for Swiss B2C Market: Interview With CEO Rahul Kaushik

GOKONG, a Swiss fintech startup backed by Bank Vontobel, has recently launched its personal finance management platform aimed at helping consumers better track their finances. The platform aggregates and consolidates all of a user’s financial accounts, whether that’s a banking

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GOKONG Mobile App Gives Users A 360˚View Of All Their Finances

Zurich-based fintech venture GOKONG is looking to put a personal financial fitness coach in everyone’s pocket. GOKONG believes financial fitness should be available to everyone. At GOKONG they can monitor and control the financial health just like your physical health. The

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4 Future Rockstar Personal Finance Management Tools and Startups in Switzerland

Personal finance management (PFM) solutions enable users to manage their finances easily by allowing them to keep track, making analysis of personal income, making plans about spending and income, automatically categorizing all transactions, and receiving financial help and recommendations. Switzerland

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