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10 Firms to Watch: Meftech 2017 Fintech Pavilion

Matchi highlights ten Fintech solutions matched to strategic opportunities for MENA financial institutions


Hand picked by Matchi, ten of the world’s leading fintech companies will be showcasing their solutions to over one thousand executives from the region’s financial institutions during next month’s MEFTECH 2017 exhibition and conference.

The solutions will be showcased within The Fintech Pavilion throughout the 2-day event and will also feature prominently as highlights on the conference agenda. Each of the selected fintech solutions will wow delegates with a lightning demo on the main stage and there will be plenty of time for knowledge sharing between fintech firms and the greater audience during the scheduled, interactive networking sessions and fintech panel discussions.

“We sourced these ten solutions to be showcased within the Fintech Pavilion at Meftech as each one is strategically aligned to the current priorities and opportunities for financial institutions in the MENA region. Included amongst the solutions are desirable themes of Biometrics, RegTech, WealthTech, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Blockchain and MarketPlace Lending.” David Milligan, CEO, Matchi

The 10 solutions include AimBrain, which has developed a multi-modal mobile biometric authentication platform. With many mobile apsp plagued by user authentication difficulties, such as long passwords; AimBrain's platform solves this by providing a biometric authentication layer consisting of behavioral, facial and voice biometrics. 

Another two on the watch list are EZMcom, a developer of a technology that identifies users with their passphrase, voice modulations and facial authentication, with advanced liveness detection features such as movement of lips and blinking of eye, and Crowd Valley, a technology platform that can create, operate and manage online investing or a lending marketplace.

Qumram will also be making a splash, showcasing technology that ensures compliance, aids fraud detection and improves customer experience by recording, analysing and replaying every digital interaction – on web, social and mobile. The Personal Financial Management innovation of Strands will also be on display, while White Label Crowdfunding will showcase its online marketplace lending solution that connects credit demand and supply in a transparent and efficient ways.

Software company Leveris will demo how to bypass the ‘spaghetti junction’ of IT legacy architecture with its modular banking-as-a-platform (BaaP) solution. Another highlight is the BlinkID real-time ID scanner which promises to be a star of the show. 

Making up the impressive list is a platform developed by Agreement Express that allows financial institutions to on-board new clients without requiring paper or ink signatures, and a dynamic Enterprise Planning Platform for Financial Institutions by Inplenion.

MEFTECH has brought together more than 8,000 financial industry executives and over 1,000 technology providers to meet, network and do business since its inception. The delegates attending this year’s event are estimated to control 95% of the USD13billion spent on financial technology in the Middle East every year.

“These ten innovations are just a snapshot of the incredible technology due to go on show at MEFTECH 2017. We’re delighted that Matchi has picked out such exciting innovations, developed by the industry’s brightest minds, that promise to create a real buzz at this year’s event.” Chris Fountain, Managing Director of organisers Turret Media

MEFTECH is an invite only event taking place the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre on 13-14 March. For more information and to apply for a place visit http://meftech.ae/visiting 



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