May 10, 2017 – KPMG International has announced the acquisition of Matchi, a leading global fintech innovation and matchmaking platform that connects financial institutions, including banks and insurance companies, with leading-edge financial services technology solutions and companies worldwide.
The Matchi platform includes more than 700 curated fintech solutions and a database of more than 2,500 fintech companies that financial institutions can work with to apply innovative fintech capabilities to solving their business problems and pursuing new market opportunities.
Fintech companies and solutions are reviewed and undergo a curation process in order to qualify to appear on KPMG’s innovative Matchi platform. Financial institutions are able to search for a specific company or solution, or they can use the platform’s proprietary “Innovation Challenge” capability to present specific problem statements to the global fintech market and receive recommendations on solutions from Fintech innovators. In this way, financial institutions are able to access and unlock the leading edge technology and deep customer insight of the world’s best fintech firms for their own operations.
Speaking about the acquisition, Neha Punater, Head of Fintech, KPMG in India said, “The acquisition of Matchi adds to the capabilities of KPMG firms to bring market-validated ideas to financial services clients’ toughest challenges. These acquisitions are important from the perspective of the growth of Fintech sector, both globally and in India. “
Since its inception in 2013, Matchi has connected more than 100 leading banks and insurance companies with fintech innovations, including solutions in next generation payments, regtech, blockchain and P2P insurance.
“Combining the Matchi platform with the exceptional knowledge and skills of KPMG professionals creates a powerful fintech resource,” says David Milligan, Matchi CEO. “Together, we are positioned to help clients find and deploy the fintech solutions that are most relevant to their business needs. We are fulfilling the promise of collaboration between financial institutions and fintech firms, which can ultimately benefit all consumers and businesses.”
New features and functionality are being planned for the Matchi platform in coming months.
“Financial institutions increasingly recognize the value in identifying and partnering with fintech companies around the globe who have already demonstrated an ability to commercialize their efforts,” adds Neha Punater. “Finding fintech companies who are pre-validated, helps to reduce risks and can accelerate time to market. KPMG financial services professionals are helping clients to navigate through the ‘noise’ of the rapidly changing fintech environment and take advantage of emerging technologies that can enable new business models and strategies. “
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