Cortal Consors demonstrated at FinovateEurope 2011, when it was an online brokerage and investment company under BNP Paribas. It has since become Consors Bank, a German-based subsidiary bank of BNP Paribas.
Launching a bank comes with a long to-do list– one thatincludes providing financial planning tools for your customers– so Consors Bank has partnered with Meniga and Crealogix. Respectively, these fintech providers power spending and saving management tools, as well as a digital banking portal.
The combined solutions offer Consors Bank customers an engaging user experience that fits with the bank’s slogan, “mobile, just like you.”
Here’s a look at some of the aspects of Meniga’s PFM on Consors Bank’s web portal:
- Monthly spending comparison:
- Spending category overview:
Iceland-based Meniga launched in 2009 and has since brought its white-label PFM platform to 25 banks across the globe. Meniga last demonstrated at FinovateEurope 2014 and will return to London next February for FinovateEurope 2015.
Crealogix appeared on stage at FinovateSpring 2014 in San Jose and will also demo its new technology at FinovateEurope 2015 in London.
Earlier today France-based Cortal Consors announced the expansion of Hopee, its platform for an online community that exchanges recommendations, analyses, and tips on investments.
“The Community’s new version, launched this October, includes a range of new features such as theScreener, an independent risk assessing indicator for stocks.”
The free platform has 50,000 members in France and 60,000 members in Germany and recently launched in Spain, where it was positively received.
To learn more about Cortal Consors and Hopee, watch the FinovateEurope 2011 demo.
Institutional Investor’s Tech 50 List
ranks technological leaders and innovators in the financial
industry. It includes nominations and input from industry experts and is finalized by the editors and staff of Institutional Investor who assess the nominees on 4 attributes:
- Experience and contributions over the course of a career
- Scope and complexity of responsibilities
- Influence and leadership inside and outside one’s organization
- Technological innovation or achievement
Below are the three Finovate alum chosen for this year’s Tech 50 list.
Located: New Orleans, LA with offices in New York
Funding: $29.8 million from Fidelity Ventures, Prism VentureWorks, RedPoint Ventures, and Bain Capital Ventures
Market: Online Accounts Receivable Trading
Located: Worldwide with headquarters in Singapore
Market: Global Bank
Market: Online Trading and Investments