Business France unveils the 12 selected startups

Money20/20 Europe resumes its quarters in Amsterdam (Netherlands) from 7 to 9 June 2022. Despite a reduced number of exhibitors and visitors in 2021, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the FinTech high fair is on its way back. The fair which will be attended Madness, has retained its raison d’être: to allow financial and payment actors to meet, to establish partnerships and commercial relations. While the health crisis seems to be easing, the 2022 edition expects more than 5,000 visitors and more than 800 companies. Including 12 young French shoots supported by Business France. Objective: to promote their internationalization.

The list of startups in the delegation:


Algoan aims to revolutionize the credit industry in Europe through the power of Open Banking. Algoan innovates at all stages of the credit chain (borrower onboarding, credit risk management), and relies on cutting-edge technological cornerstones developed by a team of developers, UX and data scientists.


Basikon publishes SaaS software designed by finance experts with cutting-edge technologies. The platform was born from the observation of the difficulty of digitizing traditional credit and lease management solutions. And for good reason, the software on the market was built more than 10 years ago, in a world without a smartphone. To benefit from a fully digital solution, the three founders Thomas Nokin, Nicolas Ullmo and Stéphane Vettori have also envisioned a platform that allows companies to digitally manage all their financial operations.


cashlab is developing a SaaS platform that automates its cash flow forecasting. In summary, it provides access to real-time, multi-bank cash reporting, a short-term liquidity forecast, detailed analysis of historical cash flows, cash burn and working capital requirements (WCR), a medium/long-term forecast of 12 to 36 months with scenarios, or even estimates and advice on financing needs.


Dejamobile develops white label digital solutions for banks, prepaid card issuers, merchants and FinTechs, enabling them to offer innovative digital payment services based on the latest technologies (NFC, HCE, tokenization, QR Code, software and hardware security).


Nepting gives payment services for merchants and professionals. In particular, it adapts to the latest trends in commerce by offering the mPOS solution in particular: a bank card reader to be paired on a tablet or smartphone for payment on the go.


Plebicom publishes portals specializing in shopping tips (CashBack, Flash Ticket, online and store coupons, etc.). The company boasts of uniting a total of 15 million online and in-store buyers.


Preludd was founded by passionate professionals in the payment industry with the aim of offering services to payment terminals. In particular, the solution offers a white label payment platform hosted on cloud solutions.


Swan enables SaaS companies, marketplaces and FinTechs to integrate banking services into their offering, such as creating bank accounts and assigning a Mastercard and IBAN.


Trading offers a collaborative brokerage platform that integrates artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies to help VSEs and SMEs manage their risks in France and around the world.


Ubble is developing an online identity verification service. The startup offers its customers a solution that protects their users from identity theft. How ? By asking them to scan their identity document in streaming video, which analyzes streams in real time. The video actually provides hundreds of views of the document that make it appear reflections, holograms, reliefs… So many invisible elements in a simple photo.


Voxpay designs a secure omnichannel payment solution (voice, SMS, chat, confidential e-mail). It is clear that the solution simply enables a CB transaction to be redeemed during the telephone conversation without disclosing the holder’s bank details to their correspondent.


A subsidiary of the Orange group, W-HA provides professionals with its own turnkey solutions for electronic money (API money) and bank card collection (Contodeo).

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