Delio named a fintech company to watch by Tech Nation
Delio, a private asset management platform, has been named one of the UK’s most promising fintech companies by industry body Tech Nation.
The Cardiff-based start-up has joined the Tech Nation Fintech cohort, which is being delivered as part of the UK Government’s fintech strategy.
As part of the programme, Delio will join nineteen other companies at coaching sessions held in London, Manchester, Leeds and Edinburgh to foster dialogue and develop business relationships.
Over the next few months, the companies will have a chance to learn from some of the country’s most successful fintech entrepreneurs and embark on a trip to the US to network with potential investors and partners.
They’ll hear talks about topics such as scaling challenges, partnerships with incumbents, regulations and international expansion. Seven of the businesses are based outside London, with offices in Norwich, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Canterbury, Manchester and Bristol.
Services include cutting-edge payment services, new capital and digital tools for SMEs, companies tackling regulation in financial services and artificial intelligence pioneers.
Founded in 2015, Delio has developed a range of digital infrastructure, processes and tools to help organisations enhance their private asset propositions.
John Glen MP, economic secretary to the Treasury, said the British fintech sector continues to go from strength to strength. He commented: “It’s no wonder that UK fintech has received more investment so far this year than US fintech.
“I’m thrilled to see Tech Nation’s fintech programme launch with such a strong cohort of dynamic young companies – I have no doubt they’re destined for amazing things.”