Brazilian open banking Fintech Finansystech, raises US$ 442K in 2 hours

November 30, 2021
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The Fintech is a pioneer in Latin America to achieve the global security standards FAPI and CIBA, provided by OpenID and used worldwide.

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Encourage innovation, promote competition and increase the efficiency of the Brazilian financial and payments system. With these and other challenges ahead, the Central Bank (Bacen), in May of last year, issued the resolution for the implementation of Open Banking in the country, using the European Union and the United Kingdom as a model.

Covering the mandatory sharing of investment, insurance and foreign exchange data, the scope of Open Banking in the country is already oriented towards implementing Open Finance – the standardized sharing of data.

But the difficulty of integration with core banking software, the high costs of regulatory requirements and the standardized sizes of lock-in technology of OBaaS solutions – a dependency process in which organizations are submitted when they choose a certain technology – make the implementation of Open Finance as a challenge for financial institutions.

It was thinking about solving these problems, providing access to cutting-edge technologies and open-source solutions at affordable prices – to any entity that wants to participate in the transformations of the financial market generated by Open Banking, regardless of its size – that Finansystech was born.

Fintech raised investment through CapTable, the largest investment platform in startups in Brazil. In less than two and a half hours, the startup raised R$2.49 million from 183 investors. It is still possible to enter the waiting list in case of dropouts.

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Finansystech, despite its recent start of operations – it was founded in June this year – is already recognized worldwide. The Open Finance as a Service platform is the first entity in the world to be certified by OpenID, a foundation that provides international security standards for payment initiation.

With this, fintech is also the pioneer in Latin America to achieve the global security standards FAPI and CIBA, provided by OpenID and used worldwide.

With this differential, Finansystech launched the Brick Open Banking Platform on the market, a fully modular technology platform that serves all types of financial institutions, giving them what they need for regulatory requirements, and also allowing them to extend the solution to new horizons of business.

The solution serves banks, payment initiators and data aggregators and any institution that wants to participate in Open Finance.

In line with market needs, Finansystech's modular plug and play and open-source solutions can be installed in any environment: On Premisses, proprietary and in the cloud. The open-source technology can be used by internal banking systems and is compatible with any cloud, such as Google, AWS and Azure. In addition to the infrastructure flexibility, as a modular solution, customers can choose the modules that best suit their Open Banking strategy.

The packages offered by fintech include services such as Consent Management, Identity Security with FAPI/CIBA, API gateway and governance, precast integrations for Core Banking, among others.

After adhering to regulatory aspects, Finansystech helps its clients on a path of transformation, called Beyond Regulatory, which is a set of consulting actions specialized in business and technology. During this consultancy, the startup carries out a general study of the client's strategy, in line with the new horizons of Open Banking. With that, they add new service proposals, which customers receive in an automated way, not needing to allocate more infrastructure or new installation project.

Next steps

According to official data from the structure of Open Banking Brasil, 95 institutions in total should already be operating in phase 3 of the system. Only 23 of them, however, have security certification given by OpenID, one of the mandatory requirements demanded by Bacen.

That means a bottleneck of 72 organizations.

After four months of operation, Finansystech already has eleven clients in the financial market, including Sicoob, a giant in the credit sector. And for the next twelve months, fintech already has contracts that will add up to a turnover of R$2.8 million.

Outside the Brazilian market, the startup is already aiming at internationalization: in addition to having the regulatory and integration requirements of Bacen, the Finansystech platform is also compatible with the models in the United Kingdom and Australia. The project should start next year, including countries like the United States, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to those already mentioned.

Las opiniones compartidas y expresadas por los analistas son libres e independientes, y de ellas son responsables sus autores. No reflejan ni comprometen el pensamiento u opinión de Latam Fintech Hub, por lo cual no pueden ser interpretadas como recomendaciones emitidas por la platafomra. Esta plataforma es un espacio abierto para promover la diversidad de puntos de vista sobre el ecosistema Fintech.

Encourage innovation, promote competition and increase the efficiency of the Brazilian financial and payments system. With these and other challenges ahead, the Central Bank (Bacen), in May of last year, issued the resolution for the implementation of Open Banking in the country, using the European Union and the United Kingdom as a model.

Covering the mandatory sharing of investment, insurance and foreign exchange data, the scope of Open Banking in the country is already oriented towards implementing Open Finance – the standardized sharing of data.

But the difficulty of integration with core banking software, the high costs of regulatory requirements and the standardized sizes of lock-in technology of OBaaS solutions – a dependency process in which organizations are submitted when they choose a certain technology – make the implementation of Open Finance as a challenge for financial institutions.

It was thinking about solving these problems, providing access to cutting-edge technologies and open-source solutions at affordable prices – to any entity that wants to participate in the transformations of the financial market generated by Open Banking, regardless of its size – that Finansystech was born.

Fintech raised investment through CapTable, the largest investment platform in startups in Brazil. In less than two and a half hours, the startup raised R$2.49 million from 183 investors. It is still possible to enter the waiting list in case of dropouts.

The Fintech


Finansystech, despite its recent start of operations – it was founded in June this year – is already recognized worldwide. The Open Finance as a Service platform is the first entity in the world to be certified by OpenID, a foundation that provides international security standards for payment initiation.

With this, fintech is also the pioneer in Latin America to achieve the global security standards FAPI and CIBA, provided by OpenID and used worldwide.

With this differential, Finansystech launched the Brick Open Banking Platform on the market, a fully modular technology platform that serves all types of financial institutions, giving them what they need for regulatory requirements, and also allowing them to extend the solution to new horizons of business.

The solution serves banks, payment initiators and data aggregators and any institution that wants to participate in Open Finance.

In line with market needs, Finansystech's modular plug and play and open-source solutions can be installed in any environment: On Premisses, proprietary and in the cloud. The open-source technology can be used by internal banking systems and is compatible with any cloud, such as Google, AWS and Azure. In addition to the infrastructure flexibility, as a modular solution, customers can choose the modules that best suit their Open Banking strategy.

The packages offered by fintech include services such as Consent Management, Identity Security with FAPI/CIBA, API gateway and governance, precast integrations for Core Banking, among others.

After adhering to regulatory aspects, Finansystech helps its clients on a path of transformation, called Beyond Regulatory, which is a set of consulting actions specialized in business and technology. During this consultancy, the startup carries out a general study of the client's strategy, in line with the new horizons of Open Banking. With that, they add new service proposals, which customers receive in an automated way, not needing to allocate more infrastructure or new installation project.

Next steps

According to official data from the structure of Open Banking Brasil, 95 institutions in total should already be operating in phase 3 of the system. Only 23 of them, however, have security certification given by OpenID, one of the mandatory requirements demanded by Bacen.

That means a bottleneck of 72 organizations.

After four months of operation, Finansystech already has eleven clients in the financial market, including Sicoob, a giant in the credit sector. And for the next twelve months, fintech already has contracts that will add up to a turnover of R$2.8 million.

Outside the Brazilian market, the startup is already aiming at internationalization: in addition to having the regulatory and integration requirements of Bacen, the Finansystech platform is also compatible with the models in the United Kingdom and Australia. The project should start next year, including countries like the United States, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to those already mentioned.

Las opiniones compartidas y expresadas por los analistas son libres e independientes, y solamente sus autores son responsables de ellas. No reflejan ni comprometen el pensamiento o la opinión del equipo de Latam Fintech Hub y, por lo tanto, no pueden interpretarse como recomendaciones emitidas por la plataforma. Esta plataforma es un espacio abierto para promover la diversidad de puntos de vista en el ecosistema Fintech.
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