Fintech Companies in Australia

Australia currently has more than 800 active fintech companies and the number is expanding quickly. Here's a list of the popular fintechs in Australia.

Afterpay Ltd is a financial technology firm providing buy now, pay later service. It has a presence in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Canada and the United States.

Airwallex, headquartered in Melbourne, offers foreign exchange services and cross border payments for businesses. The company operates in Australia, Asia-Pacific, North America and Europe.

Athena Home Loans is a mortgage industry fintech disrupter. The company offers online home loans with low rates and no fees.

Brighte is a solar power fintech. It helps finance your solar with 0% interest loans.

InDebted, located in North Sydney, is a venture-backed fintech focused on transforming the debt collection industry.

FIN-PAY is a Brisbane-based fintech company providing a unified payments platform.

Judo Capital, based in Melbourne, is an Australian neobank dedicated to small & medium enterprises (SMEs).

Lumi Finance is a fintech disrupter providing simple access to structured finance for small business owners with big dreams.

Moula is a fintech company offering online business loans from $5,000 to $250,000. There are no hidden fees or charges.

Pelikin, founded in 2018 by avid traveller Sam Brown, is an app-based fintech startup offering multi-currency digital account, Visa travel money cards, and travel insurance.

Uno Home Loans, based in Sydney, NSW, is one of the leading online mortgage brokers in Australia.

PEXA (Property Exchange Australia), based in Melbourne, is a digital settlement and lodgment platform for buyers and sellers.

QPay is a money app and a campus engagement platform for students, societies and university unions.

Revolut, a UK based global fintech, was launched in Australia in 2019. Today, it holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL) and an Australian Credit Licence (ACL) from the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).

Spriggy, founded by Badran and Hasanakos, is a mobile app and Visa prepaid card designed specifically for children. Over 720,000 kids, mums, dads and grandparents have joined Spriggy.

Stake, founded in July 2017, is a digital share trading platform. Today it has about 500,000 clients throughout Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Brazil.

Till Payments is an Aussie global fintech platform, helping small, medium and large businesses accept payments.

Timelio Pty Ltd is a Melbourne-based company providing businesses with flexible and efficient experience to access invoice finance, supply chain finance and trade finance.

Tyro Payments is one of the leading EFTPOS service providers in the country. In 2023, the company’s total revenue and gross profit were $436 million and $193 million, respectively.

ZAAP is a pocket money app and prepaid debit Mastercard for Australian kids.

Zeller is an Australian payments fintech established in 2020 to serve small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Last updated May 5, 2024