ELEVATING NEW NORDIC INNOVATION

What is Copenhagen Fintech & Copenhagen Fintech Lab?

Copenhagen Fintech is an organization built on the vision of creating a Danish growth adventure within fintech.

Copenhagen Fintech works to enrich all stakeholders within fintech innovation, bringing the public and private sector together to achieve societal progress. Through our co-working space Copenhagen Fintech Lab, housing up to 50 fintech startups, we leverage our network, develop the community and ensure growth within innovation.

Improved capabilities & conditions to build fintech startups

More fintech startups

More sources for innovation

More engaged & invested industry

More startup- corporate partnerships

Improved capabilities to partner with startups

Growth of market & investment

Startup loop

Industry loop

Latest news

Newsletter Week 42

Oct. 22, 2021

Dear Reader,Please find our full newsletter of week 42 here and subscribe to get the hottest fintech news bi-weekly!We covered exciting announcements in our personal introduction and in the news section you can read about Lunar buys Paylike: aims to simplify payments, Woman-focused bank celebrates its opening in Chicago, Normative receives EUR 10M to combat climate change, Tax Helper expands platform to the UK andSwiipe enters a collaboration with Danish Hello Retail

Newsletter - Week 40

Oct. 7, 2021

Dear Reader,Please find our full newsletter of week 40 here and subscribe to get the hottest fintech news bi-weekly!We covered exciting announcements in our personal introduction and in the news section you can read about Keyhole launches unique solution for rental housing, Swiipe introduces new payment function ‘Plus-sell' to optimize purchase flow and Carbon-tracking scaleup Doconomy raises $17M.

When corporations and fintechs work together, magic happens

Sept. 27, 2021

Why are startups beneficial for financial institutions and vice versa? When corporations and fintechs work together, magic happens.A new blog post by Digital Hub Denmark outlines how collaboration and teamwork are embedded in the culture of Danish society, and how it is no exception when it comes to partnerships between corporations and fintechs.The Danish fintech ecosystem is seeing an increase in the number of partnerships as both sides - startups and incumbents - have realized how they can complement one another: fintechs can focus on a specific problem in the industry and act as an expert for big companies that are busy with their agendas, speeding up the whole process.Copenhagen Fintech CEO, Thomas Krogh Jensen and Søren Nielsen from Subaio were asked to tell us more about how this reflects in Fintech:“To survive and grow, many fintech startups turn to collaborating with established banks and institutions. As a result, this brings advantages to both sides; banks gain the agility and innovation of fintechs while offering decades of customer loyalty, scale and established networks in return to the fintechs,” Thomas Krogh Jensen says.Read the article here

Newsletter - Week 38

Sept. 23, 2021

Dear Reader,Please find our full newsletter of week 38 here and subscribe to get the hottest fintech news bi-weekly!We covered exciting announcements in our personal introduction and in the news section you can read about Mastercard expands open banking reach with acquisition of Aiia, Danish software company Zenegy aiming to raise 300 million for its new platform, New fintech bank reports overwhelmingly positive reception in the market, ATP Ejendomme enters into an agreement with Legacy, Major financial profiles have opened their eyes to investment platform Performativ and Why byFounders VC invested in Januar: Financial infrastructure for crypto companies.

Copenhagen Fintech Magazine 2021

Sept. 8, 2021

Sixty pages with knowledge sharing and inspiring articles from the Danish and Nordic fintech scene!Alongside Copenhagen Fintech Week 2021, this year’s edition of the Copenhagen Fintech Magazine will give you an update on the progress of fintech in Denmark and the Nordics. It is also our hope that you will be inspired to – based on the many stories in the magazine – think about how you and your company can build a more sustainable future.Read it here

Newsletter - Week 34

Aug. 27, 2021

Dear Reader,Please find our full newsletter of week 34 here and subscribe to get the hottest fintech news bi-weekly!We covered exciting announcements in our personal introduction and in the news section you can read about Fintech companies are booming in value- and more Danish players now have unicorn status, Finding a balance between profit and growth- what co-founder and CEO of Pleo has to say and Copenhagen Fintech Week 2021