Qonto Stock

qonto.com/enFinTech / Digital BankingFounded: 2016

Qonto, a French online payment institution, was founded in 2016 with the mission to create the finance solution that energizes SMEs and freelancers and seeking to simplify everything from everyday banking and financing, to bookkeeping and spend management. Qonto was the first 1st business to business account for finance management to get a Payment Institution licence and over 250,000 companies are currently utilizing their platform.

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Management Team

Alexandre Prot
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Directeur Général
Steve Anavi
Co-Founder & President
Jordi Hulth
Chief Operating Officer
Aymeric Augustin
Chief Technology Officer
Taishi Dezaki
Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Revenue Officer
Marc-Antoine Lacroix
Chief Product Officer

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News Highlights

Qonto selects Fourthline for customer onboarding
France-based finance manager Qonto partners with Netherlands-based regtech Fourthline to provide technology for customer onboarding. Fourthline's offering will aid in Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) processes, critical in today's varying local requirements. The partnership gives Qonto access to Fourthline's technology suite, including examination of identity documents, electronic signature authentication, biometric data analysis, and optical character recognition.
Top 10 fintechs in continental Europe by market cap
Top 10 fintech companies in continental Europe by market capitalisation have been revealed. The list includes Pleo, Qonto, Trade Republic, Mambu, Mollie, Klarna, UiPath, N26, Blockchain.com, and Adyen. The companies offer varied services including digital banking, investment apps, payment solutions, robotic process automation, and cryptocurrency services. Adyen leads the list with a market cap of $43.8bn.
Updated on: Apr 19, 2024


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