The 4 Biggest Fintech Companies Today


Fintech companies are growing more and more each day. Fintech has managed to sweep in and take over the financial landscape on a technological level. With 2017 close and approaching, we can expect even more change, and more competition, as the rise in fintech companies isn’t slowing down either. With these companies growing, what are some of the biggest fintech ones today?

  1. Lending Club (LC): According to an article by the New York Times, Lending Club is in the lead when it comes to the loaning of fintech niches. Lending Club allows you to loan your money out to those seeking the loans on a peer-to-peer basis. Lending Club is on top with its competitor SoFi.
  2. Square (SQ): Square is a mobile payment company. Through software and hardware products, they have managed to reach small businesses all over the world. This company leads the payments niche of things, right along side PayPal, the former leader of this category. Another close competitor for Square is Stripe.
  3. Credit Karma: Credit Karma is leading the game for the investment niche, and with not much competition. What’s so special about Credit Karma is that they enable their customers to check on their credit score weekly with no charge. Their closest competitor is Envestnet.
  4. Markit (INFO): As for stock trading and data analysis, Markit is leading this one, with MarketAxess right behind it. Markit provides quality and reliable data to their clients who are looking to invest.

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