Fintech had a big year in 2015 and it's showing no signs of slowing down. Here's a look at seven fintech startups that could be making an even bigger splash in 2016.
Advizr offers robust financial planning software and automated advice delivery to its customers. The company is opening the door to real-time world-class financial planning for clients of all sizes.
Airex is somewhat of an Amazon.com of financial information. The company offers independent, cloud-based marketplaces for financial apps.
Call Levels provides financial monitoring and notification services optimized for the mobile cloud. Clients can receive instant notifications on their mobile devices as soon as any of a number of assets reaches a pre-selected price.
Most retail investors never have access to the types of trading algorithms that Wall Street institutional traders use, much less have the opportunity to design their own. However, Exteria's Arena program allows for just that, and the drag-and-drop interface means that there is no coding required.
The KUARIX platform allows clients to bypass the fees and mysterious bank commissions typically associated with foreign exchange transactions. KUARIX allows clients direct access to real interbank rates in more than 55 currencies.
SeedInvest is breaking down the barrier between smaller, non-accredited retail investors and highly-vetted startup investment opportunities. Clients have direct access to invest in the 1 percent of startup applicant that meet the company's rigorous screening and due diligence standards.
Stash is on a mission to make every American an investor. The app allows for fractional investments in a number of popular stocks and ETFs for as little as $5. In addition, the company provides a range of educational information and tools that help eliminate the intimidation factor for new investors.