Many Fintech companies went public in the 2020-2021 period: Shift4 (June 2020), Affirm (January 2021), Coinbase (April 2021), SoFi (June 2021), Marqeta (June 2021), Robinhood (July 2021), Toast (September 2021), and Nubank (December 2021) are just the most notable ones, while the list is much longer. The services that these companies offer range from consumer lending, to payments, to trading, and cover pretty much every surface of the Fintech attack on legacy players.

I have identified more than 50 publicly traded Fintech companies and will follow their journey in this newsletter: will describe what these companies do, break down how they make money, and report on their progress after quarterly earnings calls. I will also cover major economic events, competition, and regulatory changes that impact these companies. Promise to do it in a digestible and entertaining way.

So if you are as excited about the Fintech revolution as I am, subscribe to this newsletter, and let’s follow this journey together!



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I write about publicly traded Fintech companies at PopularFintech.com. Previously built and scaled financial products at Luminor Bank, a Blackstone portfolio company, and TWINO, a leading European peer-to-peer lender.