The finleap abc explained – from assets to build to connect

finleap abc

Big news is shared in the finleap universe this week as we announce changes that will impact our ecosystem. Going forward, we streamline our efforts to fully digitalize the finance industry by adding the new business unit finleap connect. The existing finleap team will proceed with its work as finleap assets and finleap build. Creating the finleap abc. This is the next step towards professionalizing and maximizing the potential of our fast growing fintech ecosystem. 

Introducing our new units

finleap assets governs all existing and future investor relations and finleap portfolio companies. While finleap build continues to design and invent new business models that have the potential to become the industry leaders of tomorrow. The new addition finleap connect unites finleap’s expertise and products as well as talent from its international markets team, the fintech platforms finreach solutions, infinitec solutions, and the banking service provider figo. Moreover, the new business unit combines the full range of fintech solutions, research, and development as well as synergies between innovative services and traditional structures to financial institutions across Europe. 

finleap connect offers the full scope of finleap’s innovation

Based on our clients’ requirements and needs a wide spectrum of tailored stand-alone or all-in-one solutions are offered. The product and services include existing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) innovations such as “RegShield”, “Switchkit”, “Open Banking APIs” and “SME Banking” as well as new end-to-end financial solutions and products. finleap connect gives access to white label solutions and facilitates the seamless integration of finleap infrastructure platforms: solarisBank, ELEMENT, and Elinvar. It will also enable external financial services through an API marketplace later this year. 

finleap Ramin Niroumand

finleap founder and CEO Ramin Niroumand to the recent changes,

“Over the past five years, we have developed finleap from being a company builder to the leading fintech ecosystem in Europe. We see an increased demand in the European market for a comprehensive product offering. In the future, finleap will meet this need and bring together this expertise under the finleap connect brand.”

The new setup will become effective September 1, 2019.

 

finleap connect is growing fast

You want to join finleap connect or know someone who wants to have an impact and empower the future of financial technology?
Check out job openings here.

Are you interested in the solutions of finleap connect?
Please get in contact with chris.scheuermann@finleap.com.

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