With over 200 fintech/insurtech investments in 26 countries, including Credit Karma, Stripe, Grab, RealtyShares and Simple (acquired by BBVA), CBInsights recognizes 500 Startups as the world’s most active early- stage investor in the transformation of financial services since 2012.
Our unique high-volume approach investing in, and accelerating, both new financial services and enabling technologies may substantially benefit from the creation of an Industry Sandbox as proposed:
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go to site • Potential of alignment with other global sandboxes: As an investor, we are not generally interested in investing in companies that may have a relatively transparent go-to- market in one country (UK) and a far less certain go-to- market in other markets. A virtual platform giving our portfolio companies access to global sandbox assets will assist access to foreign markets, and a forum providing transparency in regulatory approaches of other regulatory bodies/sandboxes will help reduce the uncertainly around regulatory impediments to global growth opportunities.Download Case study