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bexio, Number26 and Knip in the news

Our portfolio companies are going full steam into the last month of the year

Here are some exciting developments that have been making headlines:

bexio connects with UBS e-banking

As a first in Switzerland, bexio (Redalpine Capital II) last month announced the integration of UBS e-banking with bexio. As a consequence, bexio customers now benefit from automatic reconciliation of their accounts with bank payments. Accounts receivable in bexio will be automatically matched with payments into the UBS account, without any need for manual intervention. Similarly, for any creditor recorded in bexio, e-banking payment orders can be set up with a single click. True to the bexio spirit, also banking has now become easy and uncomplicated.For more information, please visit the bexio blog.

Number26 to offer borderless banking experience

Number26 (Redalpine Capital II), one of the leading innovators in banking, has just announced a major European expansion, now offering their mobile-first bank account in six new countries, including France and Spain. The move was covered extensively in major media outlets. The New York Times quotes Number26 CEO Valentin Stalf as “targeting some of the most outdated banking markets in the world” with this step. VentureBeat observes that their pan-European presence now makes Number26 the first among “mobile-first banking start-ups to truly go international”. Another detailed account can be found on TechCrunch.

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Knip joins Deutsche Börse Venture Network

This week, Knip (Redalpine Capital II) has become the first Swiss company to join the Deutsche Börse Venture Network. The network consists of investors and high-growth companies with the aim to enhance funding opportunities for its member companies. Dennis Just, Co-Founder and CEO of Knip, welcomes the opportunity to connect with stakeholders and to reinforce Knip’s market leadership in both Switzerland and Germany.

In a separate development, Knip was recognised as a “digital lighthouse-project” in the German insurance industry by a panel of experts. Under the auspices of Sueddeutsche Zeitung, the panel rewarded the most outstanding projects to digitalize the insurance industry.

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