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These are the top financial services providers and fintech startups

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Fintech Ecosystem Hi Res

The fintech industry is growing every year, and the market is starting to fill up with financial services providers and fintech startups who are trying to fulfill customers' needs and shape the future of finance.

After reaching $19 billion in total in 2015, global fintech funding had already hit $15 billion by mid-August 2016. Several innovative financial services and fintech companies are driving that growth by attracting investors who are offering new financial products and services.

But as more and more companies pour into the fintech space, it can be tough to sift through them and identify the major players. To help, we've listed below the most important financial technology startups across six areas: Banking, Payments, Investment and Financial Management, Insurance, Currency and Exchange, and Lending and Financing.

Note: All employee and funding data comes from Crunchbase.

Banking Fintech Providers & Startups

Monzo

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $17,699,015

One Thing to Know: U.K. digital-only mobile bank Monzo was founded as Mondo in 2015.

Starling Bank

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $70,000,000

One Thing to Know: Amazon Web Services named Starling Bank as one of its four Hot Startups to watch in November 2016.

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Ally Bank

Number of Employees: 1,000 to 5,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Ally Financial went public on April 10, 2014

Tandem

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $34.8 million

One Thing to Know: Digital-only bank Tandem has an official banking license with the Bank of England.

Fidor Bank

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Groupe BPCE acquired the Munich-based web bank on July 28, 2016.

Tide

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $2 million

One Thing to Know: Tide claims it can get you a business MasterCard in just three minutes.

N26

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $52.73 million

One Thing to Know: Famous Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel has backed the company, which obtained a full German banking license in July 2016.

Simple

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $15.29 million

One Thing to Know: Simple has more than 100,000 customers and processed $1.7 billion in annual transactions in 2015.

Atom

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $166.34 million

One Thing to Know: Atom users can log in to the mobile banking app using facial recognition.

Payments Fintech Providers & Startups

Dwolla

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $32.45 million

One Thing to Know: The Des Moines-based company announced in November 2016 that it would drop its consumer app.

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Venmo

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Braintree acquired the peer-to-peer payments company in 2012, and today it has become a household name in P2P payments.

PayPal

Number of Employees: More than 10,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: PayPal was founded on December 1, 1998 and acquired by eBay on July 8, 2002.

Paydiant

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $34.6 million

One Thing to Know: PayPal-owned Paydiant uses a cloud-based platform that helps merchants and banks deploy their own mobile wallets inside their own apps.

Samsung Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: The mobile wallet supports more than 300 banks, and Samsung has plans to add more.

Visa Checkout

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Visa Checkout has partnerships with Best Buy, Starbucks, the Home Shopping Network, Under Armour, and more.

BitPesa

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $1.75 million

One Thing to Know: BitPesa currently accepts Bitcoin and delivered fiat currency directly to mobile phones in Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and Tanzania. It also sells Bitcoin in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda.

WorldRemit

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $147.66 million

One Thing to Know: WorldRemit is available in more than 50 countries and has received backing from investors such as Accel Partners and TCV.

Stripe

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $440 million

One Thing to Know: Stripe's latest funding round of $150 million values the company at more than $9 billion.

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Braintree

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: The PayPal-owned company powers payments for companies such as Airbnb, Facebook, GitHub, Pinterest, and Uber.

Klarna

Number of Employees: 1,000 to 5,000

Total Funding: $291.33 million

One Thing to Know: Klarna recently acquired Berlin-based peer-to-peer payment startup Cookies, which had announced its was shutting down.

Android Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Android Pay has a nearly 60% market penetration in Singapore.

Chase Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Chase Pay officially debuted its app on November 21, 2016.

Azimo

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $46.59 million

One Thing to Know: Azimo promises money transfers in one hour or less.

Xoom

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: PayPal acquired this international money transfer company on July 2, 2015.

iZettle

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $172.29 million

One Thing to Know: iZettle boasts the world's first mini chip card reader and software for mobile devices in 2010.

Square

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Square went public on November 19, 2015 and raised $243 million.

Adyen

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $266 million

One Thing to Know: Adyen's customers include Facebook, Uber, Netflix, Spotify, Airbnb, Yelp, Booking.com, SoundCloud, Vodafone, and more.

ShopKeep

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $72.2 million

One Thing to Know: ShopKeep has more than 23,000 customers and is a member of Apple's Mobile Partnership Program.

Remitly

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $100 million

One Thing to Know: Remitly operates in 49 of the 50 U.S. states and Washington D.C., as well as Canada.

Transferwise

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $116.37 million

One Thing to Know: Transferwise CEO Taavet Hinrikus was part of the small team that started Skype in 2003.

Apple Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Apple Pay launched on October 20, 2014.

Investing & Financial Management Providers

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Betterment

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $205 million

One Thing to Know: Betterment is the most popular robo-advisor in the U.S. and has more than $6 billion in assets under management.

Vanguard

Number of Employees: More than 10,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: The Vanguard Group manages approximately $3.6 trillion in assets.

BillGuard

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: BillGuard announced on September 24, 2015 that it would become part of Prosper Marketplace.

Moneyfarm

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $29.81 million

One Thing to Know: Moneyfarm operates in Italy and the United Kingdom.

Robinhood

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $66 million

One Thing to Know: Robinhood has a service called Robinhood gold that allows for pre-market and after-market trading, additional buying power, and larger instant deposits.

Advizr

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $3.59 million

One Thing to Know: Advizr CEO Hussain Zaidi worked as a client-facing advisor for 12 years before he came up with the idea for his company.

Nutmeg

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $75.02 million

One Thing to Know: Nutmeg specializes in ISAs and pensions.

Wealthfront

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $129.5 million

One Thing to Know: Wealthfront manages accounts less than $10,000 for free and charges a 0.25% fee after that.

Habito

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $2.2 million

One Thing to Know: Habito targets home buyers and tries to remove the friction of mortgage applications.

Motif

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $126.5 million

One Thing to Know: Motif offers eight different types of accounts for different varieties of investors.

Hedgeable

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $1.85 million

One Thing to Know: Hedgeable focuses on millennials and touts itself as "your personal investing sensei."

Sigfig

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $60 million

One Thing to Know: SigFig has backing from UBS, New York Life, Santander InnoVentures, Eaton Vance, Comerica Bank, and more.

Scalable Capital

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $12.27 million

One Thing to Know: The Munich-based company focuses primarily on risk management.

Mint

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Intuit acquired Mint on September 14, 2009.

Wealthsimple

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $25.66 million

One Thing to Know: Wealthsimple is the largest automated investing service in Canada.

Charles Schwab

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Charles Schwab went public on January 10, 2003.

Insurance Fintech Providers

Bought by Many

Number of Employees: 11-50

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Bought by Many was a Fintech Innovation Awards winner in 2015 and 2016.

Slice Labs

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $3.9 million

One Thing to Know: The insurance technology startup offers a pay-per-use policy for Uber and Lyft drivers while they are on the job.

Shift

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $11.8 million

One Thing to Know: Shift Technology uses data to automatically detect networks of fraudsters in the insurance and e-commerce sectors.

Cuvva

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $759,150

One Thing to Know: The UK-based company provides insurance on a car for only as long as the customer needs it, whether that's an hour or a day.

OscarLemonade

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $727.5 million

One Thing to Know: The health insurance startup was founded on July 1, 2013.

WeSavvy

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $40,000

One Thing to Know: WeSavvy provides insurance policy rewards for healthy behaviors such as walking, running, and bicycling.

Knip

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $18.3 million

One Thing to Know: The mobile insurance company has offices in Switzerland, Germany, and Serbia.

Roost

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $6.48 million

One Thing to Know: Roost specializes in smart home technology. 

Kasko

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $682,710

One Thing to Know: Kasko was founded on New Year's Day 2015. 

Lemonade

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $13 million

One Thing to Know: Lemonade has access to more than 2,500 retailers and advertisers through back-end partnerships with companies such as Apple, Netflix, Macy's, Nordstrom, Walmart, and more.

Teambrella

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Teambrella's users provide coverage to each other. When one person submits a claim within his or her team, the teammates reimburse it.

Fitsense

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $44,000

One Thing to Know: Fitsense uses wearables data to help insurance companies personalize their health and life insurance packages for individuals.

Friendsurance

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $15.3 million

One Thing to Know: The P2P insurance company rewards small user groups with cash back bonuses at the end of the year if they remain claimless.

Cocoon

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $4.11 million

One Thing to Know: Cocoon specializes in smart home security. 

Markets, Currency, & Exchange Fintech Companies

Ripple

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $93.6 million

One Thing to Know: Ripple claims that it has partnerships with 15 of the top 50 banks.

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Kraken

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $6.5 million

One Thing to Know: The bitcoin exchange says it was the first to have its trading price and volume displayed on the Bloomberg terminal.

Coinbase

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $117.21 million

One Thing to Know: Coinbase was founded on June 1, 2012.

Bitstamp

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $10 million

One Thing to Know: Bitstamp was the first regulated and licensed virtual currency exchange in the European Union.

BTC

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: BTC is the world's largest Bitcoin media group.

Ethereum

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Ethereum works with bitcoin, developer APIs, consumer applications, and more.

Digital Asset

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $67.2 million

One Thing to Know: Digital Asset has formed partnerships with Accenture, Broadridge, and PwC.

Circle

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $136 million

One Thing to Know: Goldman Sachs, Accel, and other heavyweights have poured their financial support into Circle.

Lending & Financing Technology Companies

AvantCredit

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: AvantCredit, a subsidiary of Avant, has lent more than £2 billion to more than 450,000 around the world.

Zopa

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $68.63 million

One Thing to Know: Zopa was one of the first three members of the U.K.'s Peer-to-Peer Finance Association, along with FundingCircle and RateSetter.

Bond Street

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $11.50 million

One Thing to Know: Bond Street offers small business loans of $50,000 to $500,000 with rates starting at 6% for terms of one to three years.

SoFi

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $1.38 billion

One Thing to Know: SoFi has loaned $13 billion to date to more than 200,000 members.

Assetz

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $4.94 million

One Thing to Know: Assetz claims that no investor has ever made a loss in its automatic investment accounts.

Funding Circle

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $273.24 million

One Thing to Know: Funding Circle has provided loans to more than 20,000 businesses and helped more than 55,000 people around the world invest in small businesses.

Younited Credit

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $74.34 million

One Thing to Know: Younited Credit was formerly known as Prêt d'Union.

Orchard

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $44.70 million

One Thing to Know: Orchard uses its technology and infrastructure to build systems that help marketplace lenders grow.

China Rapid Finance

Number of Employees: 1,000 to 5,000

Total Funding: $91 million

One Thing to Know: The company is the largest online consumer lending marketplace in China that serves online users and the growing middle class in the world's most populous nation.

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Patch of Land

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $24.8 million

One Thing to Know: Through the third quarter of 2016, Patch of Land had $194,083,766 in loans originated, $168,283,766 in loans funded, and returned $46,733,895 to investors.

LendUp

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $111.5 million

One Thing to Know: LendUp offers credit education courses through its website that cover credit building, consumer credit rights, and more.

Prosper

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $354.9 million

One Thing to Know: Prosper was the first marketplace lender in the U.S. when it launched in 2006.

Affirm

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $420 million

One Thing to Know: The San Francisco-based financial services company was found in 2012.

Kreditech

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $152.19 million

One Thing to Know: Kreditech focuses on providing credit access to people with little or no credit history.

Auxmoney

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $198.18 million

One Thing to Know: Auxmoney is a German peer-to-peer loan marketplace.

OnDeck

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $190 million

One Thing to Know: OnDeck has delivered more than $5 billion to small businesses worldwide.

LendInvest

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $58.62 million

One Thing to Know: LendInvest touts itself as the UK's leading online platform for property lending and investing.

Bondora

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $7.01 million

One Thing to Know: Bondora has processed more than 400 million euro in loan applications from prime and near-prime borrowers.

Lendio

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $51 million

One Thing to Know: Lendio takes a customer's free application and places it in front of more than 75 lenders.

LendingClub

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: CEO Renaud Laplanche resigned after an internal probe in early May 2016.

Seedrs

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $22.76 million

One Thing to Know: Seedrs boasts that it is the leading equity crowdfunding platform in Europe, and it plans to open to U.S. investors soon.

Kabbage

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $238.65 million

One Thing to Know: Kabbage has provided more than $2 billion in funding to more than 84,000 businesses.

Lufax.com

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $1.69 billion

One Thing to Know: Lufax was incorporated in September 2011 in Shanghai with the support of Shanghai’s Municipal Government and has since become China’s largest Internet finance company.

Market Invoice

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $29.74 million

One Thing to Know: The P2P fintech platform has funded against £1,021,631,610 to date.

Crowdfunder

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $4.9 million

One Thing to Know: The Los Angeles-based company focuses on changing U.S. laws to make it easier for startups and small businesses to raise funds through equity or revenue-based financing.

Crowdcube

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $28.23 million

One Thing to Know: The equity-based crowdfunding platform has invested £197,333,589 for 325,220 registered members.

BlueVine

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $64 million

One Thing to Know: BlueVine offers credit lines up to $100,000 and fixed repayments over a six-month period.

RateSetter

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $46.83 million

One Thing to Know: RateSetter has lent £1,581,503,579 to date.

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These are the top financial services providers and fintech startups

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Fintech Ecosystem Hi Res

The fintech industry is growing every year, and the market is starting to fill up with financial services providers and fintech startups who are trying to fulfill customers' needs and shape the future of finance.

After reaching $19 billion in total in 2015, global fintech funding had already hit $15 billion by mid-August 2016. Several innovative financial services and fintech companies are driving that growth by attracting investors who are offering new financial products and services.

But as more and more companies pour into the fintech space, it can be tough to sift through them and identify the major players. To help, we've listed below the most important financial technology startups across six areas: Banking, Payments, Investment and Financial Management, Insurance, Currency and Exchange, and Lending and Financing.

Note: All employee and funding data comes from Crunchbase.

Banking Fintech Providers & Startups

Monzo

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $17,699,015

One Thing to Know: U.K. digital-only mobile bank Monzo was founded as Mondo in 2015.

Starling Bank

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $70,000,000

One Thing to Know: Amazon Web Services named Starling Bank as one of its four Hot Startups to watch in November 2016.

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Ally Bank

Number of Employees: 1,000 to 5,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Ally Financial went public on April 10, 2014

Tandem

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $34.8 million

One Thing to Know: Digital-only bank Tandem has an official banking license with the Bank of England.

Fidor Bank

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Groupe BPCE acquired the Munich-based web bank on July 28, 2016.

Tide

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $2 million

One Thing to Know: Tide claims it can get you a business MasterCard in just three minutes.

N26

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $52.73 million

One Thing to Know: Famous Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel has backed the company, which obtained a full German banking license in July 2016.

Simple

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $15.29 million

One Thing to Know: Simple has more than 100,000 customers and processed $1.7 billion in annual transactions in 2015.

Atom

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $166.34 million

One Thing to Know: Atom users can log in to the mobile banking app using facial recognition.

Payments Fintech Providers & Startups

Dwolla

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $32.45 million

One Thing to Know: The Des Moines-based company announced in November 2016 that it would drop its consumer app.

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Venmo

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Braintree acquired the peer-to-peer payments company in 2012, and today it has become a household name in P2P payments.

PayPal

Number of Employees: More than 10,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: PayPal was founded on December 1, 1998 and acquired by eBay on July 8, 2002.

Paydiant

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $34.6 million

One Thing to Know: PayPal-owned Paydiant uses a cloud-based platform that helps merchants and banks deploy their own mobile wallets inside their own apps.

Samsung Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: The mobile wallet supports more than 300 banks, and Samsung has plans to add more.

Visa Checkout

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Visa Checkout has partnerships with Best Buy, Starbucks, the Home Shopping Network, Under Armour, and more.

BitPesa

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $1.75 million

One Thing to Know: BitPesa currently accepts Bitcoin and delivered fiat currency directly to mobile phones in Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and Tanzania. It also sells Bitcoin in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda.

WorldRemit

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $147.66 million

One Thing to Know: WorldRemit is available in more than 50 countries and has received backing from investors such as Accel Partners and TCV.

Stripe

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $440 million

One Thing to Know: Stripe's latest funding round of $150 million values the company at more than $9 billion.

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Braintree

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: The PayPal-owned company powers payments for companies such as Airbnb, Facebook, GitHub, Pinterest, and Uber.

Klarna

Number of Employees: 1,000 to 5,000

Total Funding: $291.33 million

One Thing to Know: Klarna recently acquired Berlin-based peer-to-peer payment startup Cookies, which had announced its was shutting down.

Android Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Android Pay has a nearly 60% market penetration in Singapore.

Chase Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Chase Pay officially debuted its app on November 21, 2016.

Azimo

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $46.59 million

One Thing to Know: Azimo promises money transfers in one hour or less.

Xoom

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: PayPal acquired this international money transfer company on July 2, 2015.

iZettle

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $172.29 million

One Thing to Know: iZettle boasts the world's first mini chip card reader and software for mobile devices in 2010.

Square

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Square went public on November 19, 2015 and raised $243 million.

Adyen

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $266 million

One Thing to Know: Adyen's customers include Facebook, Uber, Netflix, Spotify, Airbnb, Yelp, Booking.com, SoundCloud, Vodafone, and more.

ShopKeep

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $72.2 million

One Thing to Know: ShopKeep has more than 23,000 customers and is a member of Apple's Mobile Partnership Program.

Remitly

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $100 million

One Thing to Know: Remitly operates in 49 of the 50 U.S. states and Washington D.C., as well as Canada.

Transferwise

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $116.37 million

One Thing to Know: Transferwise CEO Taavet Hinrikus was part of the small team that started Skype in 2003.

Apple Pay

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Apple Pay launched on October 20, 2014.

Investing & Financial Management Providers

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Betterment

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $205 million

One Thing to Know: Betterment is the most popular robo-advisor in the U.S. and has more than $6 billion in assets under management.

Vanguard

Number of Employees: More than 10,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: The Vanguard Group manages approximately $3.6 trillion in assets.

BillGuard

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: BillGuard announced on September 24, 2015 that it would become part of Prosper Marketplace.

Moneyfarm

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $29.81 million

One Thing to Know: Moneyfarm operates in Italy and the United Kingdom.

Robinhood

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $66 million

One Thing to Know: Robinhood has a service called Robinhood gold that allows for pre-market and after-market trading, additional buying power, and larger instant deposits.

Advizr

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $3.59 million

One Thing to Know: Advizr CEO Hussain Zaidi worked as a client-facing advisor for 12 years before he came up with the idea for his company.

Nutmeg

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $75.02 million

One Thing to Know: Nutmeg specializes in ISAs and pensions.

Wealthfront

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $129.5 million

One Thing to Know: Wealthfront manages accounts less than $10,000 for free and charges a 0.25% fee after that.

Habito

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $2.2 million

One Thing to Know: Habito targets home buyers and tries to remove the friction of mortgage applications.

Motif

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $126.5 million

One Thing to Know: Motif offers eight different types of accounts for different varieties of investors.

Hedgeable

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $1.85 million

One Thing to Know: Hedgeable focuses on millennials and touts itself as "your personal investing sensei."

Sigfig

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $60 million

One Thing to Know: SigFig has backing from UBS, New York Life, Santander InnoVentures, Eaton Vance, Comerica Bank, and more.

Scalable Capital

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $12.27 million

One Thing to Know: The Munich-based company focuses primarily on risk management.

Mint

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Intuit acquired Mint on September 14, 2009.

Wealthsimple

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $25.66 million

One Thing to Know: Wealthsimple is the largest automated investing service in Canada.

Charles Schwab

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Charles Schwab went public on January 10, 2003.

Insurance Fintech Providers

Bought by Many

Number of Employees: 11-50

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Bought by Many was a Fintech Innovation Awards winner in 2015 and 2016.

Slice Labs

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $3.9 million

One Thing to Know: The insurance technology startup offers a pay-per-use policy for Uber and Lyft drivers while they are on the job.

Shift

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $11.8 million

One Thing to Know: Shift Technology uses data to automatically detect networks of fraudsters in the insurance and e-commerce sectors.

Cuvva

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $759,150

One Thing to Know: The UK-based company provides insurance on a car for only as long as the customer needs it, whether that's an hour or a day.

OscarLemonade

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $727.5 million

One Thing to Know: The health insurance startup was founded on July 1, 2013.

WeSavvy

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $40,000

One Thing to Know: WeSavvy provides insurance policy rewards for healthy behaviors such as walking, running, and bicycling.

Knip

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $18.3 million

One Thing to Know: The mobile insurance company has offices in Switzerland, Germany, and Serbia.

Roost

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $6.48 million

One Thing to Know: Roost specializes in smart home technology. 

Kasko

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $682,710

One Thing to Know: Kasko was founded on New Year's Day 2015. 

Lemonade

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $13 million

One Thing to Know: Lemonade has access to more than 2,500 retailers and advertisers through back-end partnerships with companies such as Apple, Netflix, Macy's, Nordstrom, Walmart, and more.

Teambrella

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Teambrella's users provide coverage to each other. When one person submits a claim within his or her team, the teammates reimburse it.

Fitsense

Number of Employees: 1 to 10

Total Funding: $44,000

One Thing to Know: Fitsense uses wearables data to help insurance companies personalize their health and life insurance packages for individuals.

Friendsurance

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $15.3 million

One Thing to Know: The P2P insurance company rewards small user groups with cash back bonuses at the end of the year if they remain claimless.

Cocoon

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $4.11 million

One Thing to Know: Cocoon specializes in smart home security. 

Markets, Currency, & Exchange Fintech Companies

Ripple

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $93.6 million

One Thing to Know: Ripple claims that it has partnerships with 15 of the top 50 banks.

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Kraken

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $6.5 million

One Thing to Know: The bitcoin exchange says it was the first to have its trading price and volume displayed on the Bloomberg terminal.

Coinbase

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $117.21 million

One Thing to Know: Coinbase was founded on June 1, 2012.

Bitstamp

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $10 million

One Thing to Know: Bitstamp was the first regulated and licensed virtual currency exchange in the European Union.

BTC

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: BTC is the world's largest Bitcoin media group.

Ethereum

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: Ethereum works with bitcoin, developer APIs, consumer applications, and more.

Digital Asset

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $67.2 million

One Thing to Know: Digital Asset has formed partnerships with Accenture, Broadridge, and PwC.

Circle

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $136 million

One Thing to Know: Goldman Sachs, Accel, and other heavyweights have poured their financial support into Circle.

Lending & Financing Technology Companies

AvantCredit

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: AvantCredit, a subsidiary of Avant, has lent more than £2 billion to more than 450,000 around the world.

Zopa

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $68.63 million

One Thing to Know: Zopa was one of the first three members of the U.K.'s Peer-to-Peer Finance Association, along with FundingCircle and RateSetter.

Bond Street

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $11.50 million

One Thing to Know: Bond Street offers small business loans of $50,000 to $500,000 with rates starting at 6% for terms of one to three years.

SoFi

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $1.38 billion

One Thing to Know: SoFi has loaned $13 billion to date to more than 200,000 members.

Assetz

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $4.94 million

One Thing to Know: Assetz claims that no investor has ever made a loss in its automatic investment accounts.

Funding Circle

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $273.24 million

One Thing to Know: Funding Circle has provided loans to more than 20,000 businesses and helped more than 55,000 people around the world invest in small businesses.

Younited Credit

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $74.34 million

One Thing to Know: Younited Credit was formerly known as Prêt d'Union.

Orchard

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $44.70 million

One Thing to Know: Orchard uses its technology and infrastructure to build systems that help marketplace lenders grow.

China Rapid Finance

Number of Employees: 1,000 to 5,000

Total Funding: $91 million

One Thing to Know: The company is the largest online consumer lending marketplace in China that serves online users and the growing middle class in the world's most populous nation.

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Patch of Land

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $24.8 million

One Thing to Know: Through the third quarter of 2016, Patch of Land had $194,083,766 in loans originated, $168,283,766 in loans funded, and returned $46,733,895 to investors.

LendUp

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $111.5 million

One Thing to Know: LendUp offers credit education courses through its website that cover credit building, consumer credit rights, and more.

Prosper

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $354.9 million

One Thing to Know: Prosper was the first marketplace lender in the U.S. when it launched in 2006.

Affirm

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $420 million

One Thing to Know: The San Francisco-based financial services company was found in 2012.

Kreditech

Number of Employees: 251 to 500

Total Funding: $152.19 million

One Thing to Know: Kreditech focuses on providing credit access to people with little or no credit history.

Auxmoney

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $198.18 million

One Thing to Know: Auxmoney is a German peer-to-peer loan marketplace.

OnDeck

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $190 million

One Thing to Know: OnDeck has delivered more than $5 billion to small businesses worldwide.

LendInvest

Number of Employees: 101 to 250

Total Funding: $58.62 million

One Thing to Know: LendInvest touts itself as the UK's leading online platform for property lending and investing.

Bondora

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $7.01 million

One Thing to Know: Bondora has processed more than 400 million euro in loan applications from prime and near-prime borrowers.

Lendio

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $51 million

One Thing to Know: Lendio takes a customer's free application and places it in front of more than 75 lenders.

LendingClub

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: N/A

One Thing to Know: CEO Renaud Laplanche resigned after an internal probe in early May 2016.

Seedrs

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $22.76 million

One Thing to Know: Seedrs boasts that it is the leading equity crowdfunding platform in Europe, and it plans to open to U.S. investors soon.

Kabbage

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $238.65 million

One Thing to Know: Kabbage has provided more than $2 billion in funding to more than 84,000 businesses.

Lufax.com

Number of Employees: 501 to 1,000

Total Funding: $1.69 billion

One Thing to Know: Lufax was incorporated in September 2011 in Shanghai with the support of Shanghai’s Municipal Government and has since become China’s largest Internet finance company.

Market Invoice

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $29.74 million

One Thing to Know: The P2P fintech platform has funded against £1,021,631,610 to date.

Crowdfunder

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $4.9 million

One Thing to Know: The Los Angeles-based company focuses on changing U.S. laws to make it easier for startups and small businesses to raise funds through equity or revenue-based financing.

Crowdcube

Number of Employees: N/A

Total Funding: $28.23 million

One Thing to Know: The equity-based crowdfunding platform has invested £197,333,589 for 325,220 registered members.

BlueVine

Number of Employees: 11 to 50

Total Funding: $64 million

One Thing to Know: BlueVine offers credit lines up to $100,000 and fixed repayments over a six-month period.

RateSetter

Number of Employees: 51 to 100

Total Funding: $46.83 million

One Thing to Know: RateSetter has lent £1,581,503,579 to date.

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LONDON — Former Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins is joining the board of fast-growing startup Blockchain, his second foray into fintech in recent months.

Jenkins says in a press release announcing the appointment on Tuesday: "Blockchain technology has the potential to reinvent the way we use money and contribute to a finance system that’s high quality, low cost, secure, fair and transparent. I am proud to join a company playing a pivotal role in ushering in a new era."

Jenkins' decision to join the board comes two months after he unveiled a fintech startup of his own, 10x Future Technologies. The startup is working on a cloud-based core banking system — the technology that allows banks to hold deposits and accounts — and has already signed a deal with Virgin Money.

Jenkins was CEO of Barclays for three years until he was ousted in 2015. Since leaving the bank he has been vocal about the potential of the nascent fintech industry, predicting an "Uber-moment" for banking. He met Blockchain CEO Peter Smith at a dinner around 8 months ago, according to Smith.

London-based Blockchain provides software for people to construct their own bitcoin wallets on their computers and recently opened its 10 millionth wallet.

Blockchain CEO and cofounder Peter Smith told Business Insider over the phone on Tuesday morning: "For me, it's the opportunity to learn how to run a really complex business from someone who's done it before. Our business every year gets much more complicated and much more global. I've never really run that kind of thing."

Blockchain employs around 25 people in London but also has offices in Luxembourg and New York. The company is the world's biggest provider of digital wallets for bitcoin, with over 50% market share, and processes over 150,000 transactions a day on average. It has raised over $30 million (£23.9 million) to date.

Smith adds: "Then on his side, I think it's about learning about the technology and learning what it looks like to be the director of a technology company rather than a bank.

"I think Antony looked at a lot of opportunities since the end of Barclays. He had a lot of things he could go do but I think he was excited about this because of his super technology focus."

Blockchain's product is based around blockchain (small b) technology, also known as distributed ledger technology (DLT). DLT was first developed to underpin the digital currency bitcoin and uses complex cryptography to allow strangers to safely and securely transact with each other, cutting out the need for trusted intermediaries such as banks.

Banks themselves are excited by the technologies potential in traditional finance, cutting costs by allowing banks to do things like settlement and clearing between each other rather than working through clearing banks and other intermediaries.

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