Fintech Trends

Trends and Activities of Fintech Companies in Europe – Q42016

 

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The report ‘Trends and Activities of Fintech Companies in Europe – Q4–2016’ analyzes the performance of the Europe’s fintech industry in Q4–2016. The report discusses various trends in the European fintech space, such as investments, new product launches, expansion and collaboration in the sector — along with the companies involved.

It talks about the major fintech segments which are receiving the maximum investments, and are launching new products. Further, the report discusses activities of various fintech accelerators, incubators and funds in the Europe.


Research Methodology

This report has been prepared through the following comprehensive methodology:

In order to find all the relevant activities for any sector under any specific geography, all the relevant news articles for that particular sector and geography are read and classified, based on the different parameters, such as trends, business segments, and dates. These news articles are then checked for authenticity of their sources, and redundancy of data. Finally, all the selected articles are summarized and analyzed for various patterns and projections.

Machine learning and natural language processing is used to read, classify, and filter the articles, and extract the text. The filtered data is then studied and analyzed by analysts and sector experts to find and predict trends.

  • European fintech sector snapshot
  • Most active fintech segments in Europe
  • Most active countries in Europe’s fintech space
  • Investments in the European fintech sector
  • Fintech product launches and expansion by companies
  • New fintech accelerators and funds in Europe

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Fintech activities in Europe — q1–2016 — Q4–2016
  • Figure 2: Major trends in European fintech sector — Q4–2016
  • Figure 3: Most active fintech segments in Europe — Q4–2016
  • Figure 4: Most active countries in European fintech space — Q4–2016
  • Figure 5: Fintech investments in Europe — by segments — Q4–2016
  • Figure 6: Fintech investments in Europe— q1–2016 — Q4–2016
  • Figure 7: Fintech new product launches, expansion, and collaboration in Europe — by segments — Q4–2016
  • 4finance
  • 500 Startups
  • Accel Partners
  • Acton Capital Partners
  • AIM
  • Armada Investment Group
  • Balderton Capital
  • Betalo
  • BillFront
  • BNP Paribas Cardif
  • Cardlay
  • Cashboard
  • Circle
  • CommerzVentures
  • Companisto
  • ComplyAdvantage
  • Convoy Global Holdings
  • Cookies
  • Copenhagen FinTech
  • Cringle
  • DealMarket
  • Delta Partners
  • Deutsche Kreditbank AG
  • Digital Space Ventures
  • Drooms
  • Earlybird Venture Capital
  • eEquity
  • Enterprise Ireland
  • F10
  • Finansforbundet
  • FinLeap
  • First Circle
  • Flender
  • FreeAgent
  • Global Founders Capital
  • ICAP
  • IMJ Investment Partners
  • Iwoca
  • Key Capital
  • Klarna
  • KPMG
  • Kreditech
  • Leasify
  • Loot
  • Microsoft
  • Mojo capital and Verdane Capital
  • Moneybox
  • MoneyGuru.com
  • NDRC
  • NIBC Bank Deutschland
  • Nimbrix
  • Nutmeg
  • OpenGamma
  • PayCar
  • Pentech Ventures
  • People’s Bank of China
  • Plynk
  • Quint Group
  • Raisin
  • Rakuten
  • Redalpine Capital
  • Redline Capital
  • Refunder Scandinavia
  • Runa Capital
  • Schroders
  • SEB
  • Seedrs
  • SIX
  • Smava
  • Solarisbank
  • Soldo
  • SpeedInvest
  • Swanest
  • Taipei Fubon Bank
  • Twino
  • Zopa