We use cookies to improve your experience on this site. By viewing our pages, you give us consent to use cookies. Find out more.

Status: Active


FinOptix is an innovative FinTech company that solves real business problems. FinOptix’s objective is to become a significant player in a rapidly growing FinTech market by developing systems that provide financial clarity to decision-makers. FinOptix has a well-established user base, as well as a sales pipeline that covers multiple geographies and sectors. Their verification and validation procedures applied during the development process and operational trials have led to engagement with commercial partners. With the proceeds, they will design an Evaluator for the future, apply AI techniques to solve complex problems, develop their skill set and framework and hire a team of data scientists based on the assessment.

read more read less


Log in to comment

Funding progress

More from Professional, Financial and Business

Assetz Capital is a leading property-secured business marketplace lender in the UK and Europe. It provides loans to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and property developers in the UK, financed by retail investors, institutional investors, government bodies and banks. The company has arranged loans of over £1 billion since its founding in April 2013. It ranked 53rd out of the UK’s top 100 fastest-growing technology companies for two consecutive years in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100, and funded the equivalent of 1 in 100 UK homes in the last two years. Assetz Capital aims to utilise the investment to fund legal and structuring work around the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Schemes (CBILS), have working capital for business development, grow its team, and possibly launch an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in the future.
pledged: 72% days to go: 38 investment: £358,320
Knoma is a payment solution that helps people looking to future-proof their career or move into new areas of work by eliminating the burden of upfront payment, and by removing the challenges of sourcing an appropriate course. Backed by a large European Venture Capital firm, Knoma enables lifelong learning as the global economy transitions to one where digital skills are essential for career success. All Knoma students can gain access up to £10,000 to pay for the course of their choice, which can be spread over 12 months with flexible repayments with no interest or fees applicable. The company has partnered with organisations like Codeclan, Wild Code School, Le Wagon, and Code Nation and has successfully secured £750,000 in funding from some of Europe's largest venture capital firms, namely, Global Founders Capital, and Rocket Internet. The company will utilise the investments to expand partnerships with tech and coding schools, test and deploy the Knoma app, unlock a £20 million debt facility to provide Knoma loans to its students, and scale the business on all verticals.
pledged: 82% days to go: 35 investment: £411,320
Pynk is a fintech that is doing things differently—it relies on Artificial Intelligence, crowd wisdom and expert analysis to boost social investing, allowing its users commission-free investing. Users on the Pynk platform make short term price predictions and long term forecasts on financial assets. Pynk then aggregates the data and runs it through its 'Rose' AI and experts team to give accurate trading and investment analyses. The platform has more than 27,000 users from over 180 countries. Pynk also won the 'Best AI' startups award at the AIBC Blockchain Summit in Malta. It is also a part of the London fintech accelerator programmes with National Westminster and Royal Bank of Scotland. The company will use the investment to launch a retail investor wallet in the 4th quarter of 2020, recruit £10 million Assets Under Management (AUM) by end of 2020, and build out its team across different verticals.
pledged: 162% days to go: 35 investment: £242,675
Trustco Capital is a value-added financial intermediary that acts as a bridge between suppliers and users of capital. Through its investor network, the company supports entrepreneurs and startup enterprises with capital allowing their business to advance further. The company's partnership venture, ‘The Envestry Investment Management Programme’, allows Trustco, as a licensee, the ability to introduce its investor client network and its deals to Envestors and the other licensees leading to a combined investor network of over 6,000+ individuals. This also allows users to view 20 to 30 deals that are mostly SEIS and EIS eligible backed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). 
pledged: 0% days to go: Extended investment: Unknown
Future Planet is an investor-led, co-investment platform giving entrepreneurs a reliable and profitable platform to solve the world's greatest challenges like health, climate change, education, sustainable growth & security. Until now, venture capital has been accessible mostly to insiders, institutions and some high-net-worth individuals (HNWI's) but Future Planet is democratising this stage of investment. It allows world-renowned institutions such as Tel Aviv University, Stanford University and Cambridge University and more to have a stake in Future Planet and access the growth generated by its participating companies in Silicon Valley, the Eastern Seaboard, Europe, Israel and Asia. Since its founding, the company has brought $100 million from some of the world's largest investors, raised and invested its first fund and invested with important companies and renowned managers. The company plans to use the investment and momentum to launch the second Future Planet Fund in 2021 and continue its growth with a target of $500 million in Assets Under Management (AUM) by 2025.
pledged: 105% days to go: 21 investment: £1,473,234

  • £105,000
  • 70%
    of goal
  • Active
    15 May 2020


    pre-money valuation


    pledge per investor

    company number

    company status

    incorporated 2 years

  • Internet Business Awards Category Award Winner 2015
  • Hertfordshire Business Awards Finalist 2014

As seen in:

  • The Guardian
  • Financial Times
  • Yahoo! Finance
  • The Times
  • The Daily Telegraph