As our series on the CCR fintech cluster comes to a close, we feature the inspirational story of a fresh start-up that’s due to launch this September – powered by a pioneering vision to democratise and make more accessible wealth creation, through novel financial technology.
When the Coincover founders were tasked with investigating the future of money at The Royal Mint, they became completely immersed in the world of cryptocurrency.
With CCR’s Investment Prospectus “Prosperity For Our Place” prepared for presentation to the UK and Welsh Governments, we thought it timely to explore how the CCR Economic Growth Partnership (REGP) is evolving to meet the needs of a regional structure.
Over the past five years, Delio has grown to become one of the ‘hottest’ names on the Welsh fintech scene - establishing an international client base of more than 90 organisations, helping financial firms across the world to transform their private markets propositions, through configurable technology that enables customer organisations to make alternative investments more accessible and transparent for today’s investors.
Few sectors pivoted in the pandemic quite like the hospitality industry. And a Cardiff-based fintech named Yoello was at the forefront of enabling this remarkable transformation.
Last week we saw how an emerging culture of collaboration across CCR gives credence to the Fintech Wales vision of building a sector that will enjoy global repute. That collaboration extends beyond co-operation between companies and academia – with a network of specialist enterprises also supporting fintech in their growth and development.
The recently published Passenger Rail Vision for Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) promises to be a key driver in creating a cleaner, greener and more inclusive future for South East Wales – and a catalyst for major economic development and regeneration right across the region.
Cardiff Capital Region’s Investment Prospectus – ‘Prosperity for our Place’ was recently published outlining; six core ‘cluster-related’ propositions and five key ‘enabling’ infrastructure propositions, together with a series of longer-term ‘bigger bets’ such as the creation of tidal energy and hydrogen hubs.
Following our last article which featured the fintech strategy that’s currently evolving to build a world-class fintech ecosystem in the Cardiff Capital Region, we now look in more detail at ‘collaboration’ and the crucial importance of it in realising the ambition to build a cluster of global standing.