FinTech Sector Landscape

Check out our updated our Financial Technology sector map for June 2015! We are currently tracking over 1,161 companies in 18 categories across 54 countries, with a total of $19.9 Billion in funding. To see the full list of Financial Technology companies, contact us using the form on

FinTech Visual Map

The most recently added companies we’re spotlighting in this update are:

1. Closir ( – This month, Closir was added to our Institutional Investment Category. Closir is an online investor relations platform that aims to bring investors and companies closer to each other. Closir provides secure access and actionable intelligence to help investors and companies make the most informed decision.

2. Mesitis ( – This month, Mesitis was added to our Institutional Investing Category.  Mesitis offers two products: Canopy and Uptick. Canopy is an account aggregation and reporting platform for high networth individuals and their wealth managers. By getting an aggregated, single portfolio overview across all accounts, Canopy allows users to visualize their whole wealth and make sense of their financial holdings, resulting in better investment and wealth management decisions. Uptick is a a low-cost asset management and investment platform for Accredited Investors (individuals with an equivalent of SGD 300,000 or above annual income or minimum SGD 2 million of net personal assets). With Uptick, customers enjoy cost savings with electronic execution at wholesale prices, while their money remain in the safe custody of banks. In June, Mesitis received a $3 Million Series A, bringing its total funding to $3.8 Million.

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