Taulia is a financial technology business that provides working capital management, electronic invoicing, supply chain finance, and dynamic discounting services.[1] The company helps buyers and suppliers accelerate payments, improve supply chain health, and unlock trapped cash.[2] Headquartered in San Francisco, Taulia has international offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Bulgaria, and Australia.[3][4] Continue reading “Taulia”


Zafin is a banking software enterprise platform company that provides relationship-based pricing to banks and financial institutions.[1][2][3][4] Continue reading “Zafin”


TopstepTrader is a financial technology firm based in Chicago, IL that evaluates day traders’ performance in real-time simulated accounts. Traders who pass the company’s evaluation earn a funded trading account and trade Forex and futures contracts in the financial markets using the firm’s capital.[1] Continue reading “TopstepTrader”


Total System Services, Inc. (commonly referred to as TSYS), headquartered in Columbus, Georgia, provides payment processing services, merchant services and related payment services. It also provides reloadable prepaid debit cards and payroll cards, and demand deposit accounts to the underbanked. It is the largest third-party processor for issuing banks in North America, with a 40% market share, and one of the largest in Europe.[1] It is a subsidiary of Global Payments. Continue reading “TSYS”


Voleo is a Canadian-based financial services company, headquartered in Vancouver, BC. Voleo is transforming retail investing through its collaborative investment club platform.[1] Voleo enables users to form investment clubs with people they trust to democratically manage a portfolio in publicly traded securities. Voleo has increased retail investor participation in the stock market by breaking down barriers to entry, facilitating trust and improving financial literacy. Continue reading “Voleo”


Yodlee is an American software company that develops an account aggregation service that allows users to see their credit card, bank, investment, email, travel reward accounts, etc. on one screen. Continue reading “Yodlee”

United Income

United Income, Inc. is an online investment management and financial planning company located in Washington D.C. The company was founded in September 2016 by Matt Fellowes, an American entrepreneur and former Brookings Institution scholar. It launched its services in September 2017. The company uses data insights to provide investment advisory services and retirement planning solutions to retired and near-retirement individuals.[1][2] On July 31, 2019, Capital One acquired United Income. This acquisition builds on a 2018 investment Capital One made in United Income. Continue reading “United Income”

Wincor Nixdorf

Wincor Nixdorf was a German corporation that provided retail and retail banking hardware, software, and services. Wincor Nixdorf was engaged primarily in the sale, manufacture, installation and service of self-service transaction systems (such as ATMs), retail banking equipment, lottery terminals, postal terminals, software and services for global financial and commercial markets. In October 2015, Wincor Nixdorf’s cashless Payments unit was carved out of the group and started trading independently under the name of AEVI. Continue reading “Wincor Nixdorf”


WebMoney is an online payment settlement system established in Russia in 1998.[1][5] It is one of the largest electronic payments processors in Russia by number of users,[6][7] with the company reporting 41 million registered accounts and 300,000 active weekly users in early 2020,[8] and 100,000 stores accepting payments via the system.[9] WebMoney is owned and operated by WM Transfer Ltd.[10] Continue reading “WebMoney”

Worldpay, Inc.

Worldpay, Inc. was an American payment processing company and technology provider. In June 2019 it was acquired and merged into Fidelity National Information Services (FIS). Prior to acquisition, it was headquartered in the greater Cincinnati, Ohio area. Worldpay (formely Vantiv), was the largest U.S. merchant acquirer ranked by general purpose transaction volume.[2] Continue reading “Worldpay, Inc.”