Nivo selected for Tech Nation's FinTech 3.0

Digital Transformation
September 23, 2020
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Nivo is joining Fintech 3.0, Tech Nation’s highly specialised growth programme for the Fintech sector.

The UK is a global leader in FinTech, and Nivo has been selected by Tech Nation's panel of judges as one of the 31 FinTechs of the future, who are contributing to keeping the UK at the cutting-edge of FinTech advancement and innovation.

Over 140 FinTechs applied for the program and half of those went to an extensive online judging process with more than 20 independent judges who are established individuals in the FinTech ecosystem.The programme consists of insights sessions delivered by some of the most established Fintech entrepreneurs, investors and partners and will last approximately 6 months.We are excited to be apart of the programme and partnered with Tech Nation as we scale.

The Panel

  • Cathryn Lyall, Seismic Foundry
  • Simon Taylor, 11:FS
  • Richard Theo, Wealthify
  • Louise Smith, RBS
  • Lisa Wood, Atom Bank
  • James Varga, The ID Co.
  • Imran Gulamhuseinwala, EY & Open Banking
  • Catherine Wines, WorldRemit
  • Anne Boden, Starling Bank
  • Anil Stocker, MarketInvoice
  • Al Lukies, Pollinate
  • Eileen Burbidge, Passion Capital
  • Tim Levene, Augmentum FinTech
  • Paulette Rowe, Facebook
  • Samantha Bedford, CYBG
  • Amir Nooriala, Callsign
  • Mark Dowds, Anthemis
  • Andrew Elphick, Barclays
  • Aneesh Varma, Aire
  • Christian Faes, Lendinvest
  • Helene Panzario, Tribal FS
  • Louise Hill, GoHenry
  • Tunde Olanrewaju, McKinsey & Co
  • Yuelin Li, Onfido
  • Will Sheldon, Accel

The Cohort

Tech Nation searched across the UK for the most promising fintech companies. Check out who else made the cut.

Learn more about the program, the panel, and the cohort here.

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Written by

Stephanie Dymott
Nivo, Marketing