8 Fintech Companies in England to Know

These fintech companies specialize in everything from credit lending to accounting software and much more.

Written by Abel Rodriguez
8 Fintech Companies in England to Know
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Margo Steines | Jun 12, 2024

Fintech is a growing sector in England and one that has drawn billions of pounds worth of investments in recent years. The country’s fintech ecosystem comes second to the U.S., but the sector’s diversity makes it distinct. Fintech companies in England range from digital banks to lending platforms and new payment technologies. These are the top fintech companies in England innovating in the space.

Top Fintech Companies in England

  • DRW
  • Xero
  • LendInvest 
  • SumUp
  • Capital on Tap

 

Top Fintech Companies in England to Know

Navan’s software solutions allow businesses to make travel arrangements and oversee their travel-related spending. Its platform’s expense management features include customizable spending controls to ensure employees comply with policy, quick international reimbursements for out-of-pocket spending and visibility into real-time spending data.

 

Geneva Trading is a global company offering technology, data analytics capabilities and support services intended to enable trading innovation across dozens of markets. Its team members’ expertise covers algorithmic and discretionary trading, for example, as well as market making. The company opened its London office in 2023.

 

Enfusion makes software for investment management, and offers managed-service options for back and middle offices. Its platform is built to support a variety of professional investment buyers, including traders, portfolio managers, CFOs and accountants, and includes risk assessment and monitoring. Enfusion is currently scaling its global operations in a growth phase, with robust technology hires in the works.

 

DRW is a global asset trading firm with an innovative financial lens. The company uses specialized technology to conduct trades across regional markets and minimize risk. DRW also focuses on entering new trading fields and has added cryptocurrency trading to its offerings.  

 

Servicing small businesses, Xero is a financial ecosystem with an extensive lineup of features and integrations. From a single platform, customers can process payroll, accept online payments, monitor financial analytics and more. Xero also provides software for accountants and bookkeepers that helps them manage their clients. 

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LendInvest is a property finance platform that simplifies the mortgage process for landlords and developers in the United Kingdom. Backed by several VC firms, the company provides short-term and buy-to-let loans in an overhauled process that reduces paper form filing.  

 

SumUp is a fintech company providing several financial products and services for small businesses. The company aims to empower small merchants in over 36 markets and provides everything from point-of-sale, or POS, hardware, digital payment processing, business checking accounts and cash advances.

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Capital on Tap is a credit and money management platform tailored for small businesses. It provides a business credit card with unique features like uncapped cash back, high credit limits and low-interest rates. Additionally, the company also developed a spend management platform that enables owners to oversee and manage employees’ expenses.

This content is for informational and educational purposes only. Built In strives to maintain accuracy in all its editorial coverage, but it is not intended to be a substitute for financial or legal advice. Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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