The best Canadian fintech startups.

The Canadian Fintech Corner at Sibos 2017 features 32 of the best Canadian fintech startups presenting their technological innovations across a wide range of financial product categories.

SUPPORTED BY

Advantage BC
Government of Canada
Calgary Econoic Development
Finance Montreal
Toronto Financial Services Alliance
Innotribe
Canada Leaf

CANADIAN FINTECH STARTUPS

32 of the best Canadian fintech startups.

SECURITY (TECH)

Cloudmask

bitaccess

MindBridge

Bioconnect

Dojo

iotasecurity

Bluink

BANKING

Curexe

Mylo

Lending Loop

Payment Rails

Nest Wealth

finn.ai

VoPay

DreamPayments

Borrowell

Waypay

Lendified

Sensibill

Koho

Remitr

Dryrun

CAPITAL MARKETS

Investx

Katipult

Overbond

TECHNOLOGY

Deep Learni.ng

Flybits

Wave

Veriday

Carta Worldwide

Nuco

Cerebri

CANADIAN FINTECH CORNER PROGRAM

Metro Toronto Convention Centre

October 16 – 19

255 Front Street West, 600 Level, South Building

CATEGORY Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Security (Tech) Cloud Mask Bitaccess BioConnect Iota Security
MindBridge™ Dojo™ Bluink
Banking Curexe Nest Wealth Finn.ai™ Dream Payments
Mylo Borrowell VoPay WayPay
Lending Loop Sensibill Koho Lendified
Payment Rails Remitr
Dryrun
Capital Markets InvestX Overbond
Katipult
Technology Deep Learni.ng Flybits Carta Cerebri
Waveapps Nuco
Veriday
SECURITY (TECH)

Cloud Mask

BANKING
Curexe
Mylo
Lending Loop
Payment Rails
CAPITAL MARKETS

InvestX
Katipult

TECHNOLOGY

Deep Learni.ng

SECURITY (TECH)

Bitaccess
MindBridge™

BANKING

Nest Wealth
Borrowell
Sensibill

CAPITAL MARKETS

TECHNOLOGY

Flybits
Waveapps
Veriday

SECURITY (TECH)

BioConnect
Dojo™

BANKING

Finn.ai™
VoPay
Koho

CAPITAL MARKETS

Overbond

TECHNOLOGY

Carta
Nuco

SECURITY (TECH)

Iota Security
Bluink

BANKING

Dream Payments
WayPay
Lendified
Remitr
Dryrun

CAPITAL MARKETS

TECHNOLOGY

Cerebri

FACTS

7 facts about Canada’s financial sector.

1

Financial services exports

Canadian exports of financial services have more than doubled since 2005. In fact, financial services are Canada’s largest and fastest-growing source of services exports.

2

Equity capital raised

Canada ranks third in the world behind the U.S. and China for equity capital raised between 2012 - 2015.

3

Sound banking system

Canada’s banking system has remained the soundest in the G7 for nine consecutive years (WEF).

4

Most educated talent pool

Canada offers businesses the most educated talent pool among countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), with more than half of its population aged 25 to 64 having a tertiary level education.

5

Lowest overall cost structure

According to KPMG’s 2016 Competitive Alternatives report, Canada offers the lowest overall cost structure in the G7 to investors looking to establish international financial services operations.

6

First bitcoin ATM

The world’s first bitcoin ATM was launched in Canada in 2013.

7

Increasing investment in fintech sector

Canadian investment activity in the fintech sector from angel investors, venture capital and corporate venture capitalists increased from US$87 million of investments in 2012 to US$367 million in 2016.

CANADA’S FINTECH HUBS

0fintechs across Canada.

FINTECHS

82

INCUBATORS & ACCELERATORS
  1. ATB X Accelerator
  2. District Ventures
  3. RocketSpace
FAST FACTS
  • There are roughly 1,556 financial services businesses in Calgary employing 21,600 people.
  • 10 of the top 10 investment banks have a presence in Calgary.
  • The average deal size in Calgary is estimated to be $197 million, with the total value of completed merger and acquisition deals in 2016 topping $85.6 billion.
FINTECHS

50

INCUBATORS & ACCELERATORS
  1. FCP Studio
  2. X1
  3. District 3
FAST FACTS
  • Almost 100,000 people are employed in Montreal’s Financial Services.
  • Over 2000 students graduate each year with degrees in finance.
  • Montreal ranks 12th on the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI).

TORONTO

tfsa.ca

FINTECHS

140

INCUBATORS & ACCELERATORS
  1. MaRS
  2. Communitech
  3. DMZ
  4. OneEleven
FAST FACTS
  • Financial services directly employs more than 250,000 people in Toronto and nationally, the sector directly and indirectly supports almost 460,000 jobs across Canada.
  • The annual ranking of international financial centres by the U.K.-based The Banker magazine (2017) places Toronto 2nd among North American centres and 8th in the world.
  • Toronto ranks 4th globally and 1st in North America among major business centres for cost competitiveness.

VANCOUVER

advantagebc.ca

FINTECHS

82

INCUBATORS & ACCELERATORS
  1. Launch Academy
  2. Wavefront
  3. Venture Labs
  4. Coast Capital Savings Innovation Hub
FAST FACTS
  • Over 57,000 people are employed in the British Columbia financial services sector.
  • In less than 10 years Vancouver has moved up 16 spots on the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI) – from #33 in 2008 to #17 in 2017.
  • KPMG ranked Vancouver as one of the top 5 globally cost competitive places to do business in their 2016 Competitive Alternatives Study.