Europe’s and Asia’s fintech-focused startup incubator and accelerator F10 has announced the graduation of six startups from its inaugural programme.

During the programme, the startups received fundraising support from F10’s investor network, along with one-on-one coaching and mentoring sessions on market entry and product development.

PwC, one of the largest global consulting firms, alongside SIX (Swiss Stock Exchange), Bank Julius Baer, and R3 (blockchain development firm), also partnered with F10 this year.

The six graduating startups are:

ApiaxTransforms complex regulations into digital compliance rules which are accessible for everyone.

Couture.aiPowers collaborative development and operationalisation of AI and ML models in production at scale.

CoverGoA no-code, enterprise-grade insurance platform that enables digital insurance transformation.

PropineAn independent digital asset custody services provider that received CMS (Capital Markets Services) license from MAS (Monetary Authority of Singapore).

SignzyAn end-to-end digital onboarding platform to take customers through multiple processes including KYC, risk modelling, digital forensics, government, and private data sources.

SynctacticAIA predictive data science platform that helps businesses turn their data sets into actionable insight.

Out of these, SynctacticAI and CoverGo will go on to undergo the accreditation programme by PwC Singapore.

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Founded in 2016, F10 helps fintech entrepreneurs solve the challenges that come with the process of successfully selling their solutions to established banks and insurance companies.

“The innovative startups graduating today will be able to approach businesses with the confidence of accreditation from one of the world’s leading consulting and professional services networks,” said Jonas Thürig, Head of F10 Singapore.

“We have been working with the incumbents and newcomers in accelerating technology advances and digital transformation within the financial services sector. By working with F10 and supporting these innovative startups in their own personal journeys, we can be part of the ongoing evolution of financial services in Singapore and beyond,” Wanyi Wong, fintech leader at PwC added.

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