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May 30th 2019 - Oct 13th 2020

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AAZZUR is a fintechs company founded on a strong desire to make banking intelligent, individual and interconnected. It is reinventing the way banks are built, and its data can be used to increase monetization, satisfaction and retention. This company was founded 18 months ago, but in the last month, it was contacted by fintechs, banks and one insurance company to help them with their problems. AAZZUR provides tools for common functions for the banking space. Its entrepreneurial team has a depth of experience, and the company has been to one of the world-leading accelerators, techstars. Now, it is looking to work together with banks, and its team has developed a neo-bank offering in record time that they are going to be soft-launched soon.

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  • £400,991
    pledged
  • 133%
    of goal

    £300,000
    target

    £4,700,595
    pre-money valuation

    6.00%
    equity available

    10
    investors

    £40,099
    pledge per investor

    10840960
    company number

    Active
    company status

    28/06/2017
    incorporated 3 years

    £176.96
    share price

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    30 May 19 Angels Den £400,991 / 134%
  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

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