Top 10 Biggest Fintech Companies In America

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Top 10 Biggest Fintech Companies In America

Fintech Companies in the U.S. raised $3.5 billion in the first half of 2017, as investors rushed to place bets in buzzy sectors like insurance and digital currencies.

The U.S. is now home to 10 fintech unicorns that have scored valuations of at least $1 billion. This year alone, Robinhood free trading (automated invoicing for small businesses) and Symphony all joined the billion-dollar club.

Top ten most valuable fintech players based in the U.S

1. Stripe

This is an Irish-American financial services and software as a service (SaaS) company dual-headquartered in South San Francisco, California, United States, and Dublin, Ireland. The company primarily offers payment processing software and application programming interfaces (APIs) for e-commerce websites and mobile applications.

Value: $9.2 billion*

Founded: 2010

Founders: Patrick and John Collison

CEO: Patrick Collison

Allows merchants to accept online and mobile payments

2. SoFi

SoFi Technologies which is commonly known as SoFi is an American online personal finance company and online bank. the head office is based in San Francisco, They provide financial products including student and auto loan refinancing, mortgages, personal loans, credit cards, investing, and banking through both mobile app

Value: $4.3 billion

Founded: 2011

Founders: Mike Cagney, Dan Macklin, James Finnigan,

Ian Brady, Andy Carra

CEO: Mike Cagney

Offers student loan refinancing and other services to Millennials

3. GreenSky

GreenSky is a financial technology company founded in 2006 based in Atlanta, Georgia. The company provides technology to banks and merchants to make loans to consumers for home improvement, solar, healthcare, and other purposes. Financing for GreenSky credit programs is provided by federally insured,

Value: $3.6 billion

Founders: David Zalik, Larry Smith

CEO: David Zalik

Provides on-the-spot financing for home-improvement projects via its network of contractors.

4. Credit Karma

Credit Karma is an American multinational personal finance company founded in 2007, which has been a brand since December 2020. It is best known as a free credit and financial management platform, but its features also include monitoring of unclaimed property databases and a tool to identify

Value: $3.5 billion

Founders: Kenneth Lin, Nichole Mustard, Ryan Graciano

CEO: Kenneth Lin

Offers free credit scores and recommendations for credit cards and loans

5. Oscar

Oscar is a new health insurance company that sells simple-to-understand health insurance plans to consumers both directly and through health exchanges. Unlike traditional health. Oscar is the first health insurance company built around a full-stack technology platform and a relentless focus on serving our members. We founded Oscar in 2012 to create the kind of health insurance company we would want for ourselves.

Value: $2.7 billion

Founders: Josh Kushner, Mario Schlosser, Kevin Nazemi

CEO: Mario Schlosser

Makes it simpler to buy and use health insurance under Obamacare

6. Avant

Avant formerly AvantCredit, is a private Chicago, Illinois-based in the US company in the financial technology industry. The company was established in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Albert “Al” Goldstein, John Sun, and Paul Zhang. Initially structured as a mid-prime lender, the company issued its first personal unsecured loan in early 2013 using its proprietary technology. Net income: US$−15.7 million, Revenue: US$316.7 million, Number of employees: 550 (2018), and Value: $2 billion

Founders: Al Goldstein, John Sun, Paul Zhang

CEO: Al Goldstein

Makes quick online loans to consumers with lower credit scores

7. Zenefits

Zenefits is a technology company based in San Francisco, that offers cloud-based software as a service to companies for managing their human resources, with a particular focus on helping them with payroll and health insurance coverage.

Value: $2 billion

Founded: 2013

Founders: Parker Conrad, Laks Srini

CEO: Jay Fulcher

Sells a cloud-based human resources platform for businesses

8. Prosper

Prosper is a Marketplace Company based in San Francisco, California in the peer-to-peer lending industry. Prosper Funding one of its subsidiaries, operates a website where individuals can either invest in personal loans or request to borrow money.

Value: $1.9 billion

Founded: 2005

Founders: Chris Larsen, John Witchel

CEO: David Kimball

Connects borrowers and investors for unsecured personal loans

9. AvidXchange

AvidXchange the company is a provider of solutions for the automation of settlements with suppliers and payments for the middle market. The Company is a leading provider of accounts payable (“AP”) automation software and payment solutions for middle-market businesses and their suppliers.

Value: $1.4 billion

Founded: 2000

Founders: Michael Praeger, David Miller

CEO: Michael Praeger

10. Robinhood

Robinhood Markets is an American financial services company headquartered in Menlo Park, California, that facilitates commission-free trades of stocks, exchange-traded funds, and cryptocurrencies via a mobile app introduced in March 2015. Robinhood is a FINRA-regulated broker-dealer

Value: $1.3 billion

Founded: 2013

Founders: Baiju Bhatt, Vladimir Tenev

Co-CEOs: Baiju Bhatt, Vladimir Tenev

Offers free trades of stocks and ETFs via mobile app

Top 10 Biggest Fintech Companies in America


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