This is as well as a number of savvy SME fintech companies, such as Wealthify; an online investment service using smart algorithms to democratise investing, Sonovate; a contract finance provider for the recruitment industry, Amplyfi; a Cardiff based software firm leading the way in deep web artificial intelligence technology, BipSync; providing research management software for investors and Delio; an investment platform which connects a financial institution’s high net worth clients with private investment opportunities.

In North Wales, Chetwood Financial chose Wrexham as a base for its financial services operations due to its vibrant business community and the technology-focused Wrexham Glyndŵr University and Coleg Cambria. The region is also home to the Development Bank of Wales, making it easier for businesses to get the finance needed to start up, strengthen and grow.

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