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National Australia Bank

National Australia Bank is one of Australia’s ‘Big Four’ banks and is Australia and New Zealand’s largest business bank.
It has more than 33,000 employees, serving 9 million customers across Australia and New Zealand.

ASX listed with cA$75bn market capitalisation:

  • $5.1bn cash earnings at an ROE of 9.9%
  • cA$847bn of assets
  • 22.1% share of business lending
  • 15.1% share of retail mortgages
  • 13.3% share of credit cards

NAB is at the forefront of innovation in the Australian Financial Services Industry, with a strong track record of strategic collaborations with startups, and technology companies. Through such collaborations, NAB aims to deliver market-leading value propositions that benefit its customers.

About Australia

Australia is a very attractive market for growing fintechs, being recognised as a leading market for the consumer adoption of new financial services technologies and, being home to 4 of the top 26 banks in the world by market capitalisation. Australia also has the world’s 4th largest pension (superannuation) market valued at US$1.6t trillion.

NAB in-market fintech initiatives

QuickBiz Loans

Fast, unsecured business lending up to $50k. Customers are able to complete the entire application process online, get an instant decision and receive funding within 1 business day.

Digital Receipt Capture

NAB was the first Australian bank to deploy smart receipt technology with Slyp, allowing small business customers to easily scan, search, filter and share receipts within the NAB Mobile App.


HICAPS Go is an end-to-end service for health practitioners which allows their patients to book, quote, claim and pay, from their mobile phone.



CIBC is a leading North American global financial institution with 10 million personal banking, business, public sector and institutional clients. Across Personal and Small Business Banking, Commercial Banking and Wealth Management, and Capital Markets businesses, CIBC offers a full range of advice, solutions and services through its leading digital banking network, and locations across Canada, in the United States and around the world.

CIBC has a deep history of banking innovation. From the first automated banking machine to the first mobile payment app, CIBC has had many market-leading innovations in Canada.

CIBC earned the highest overall score in Canada among the banks evaluated in The Forrester Banking Wave™: Canadian Mobile Apps, Q2 2019 report. It was recognized by Global Finance magazine for Best Consumer Digital Bank – Canada in 2017 and given Celent’s Model Bank 2019 Transforming Enterprise Integration Award – APIs and Microservices. CIBC was also one of the winners of the 2018 Forrester/InfoWorld Enterprise Architecture Awards.

To accelerate innovation, CIBC supplements internal expertise and creativity with strategic partnerships, academic alliances and commercial collaborations with startups and fintechs.


CIBC in-market fintech initiatives

CIBC SmartBanking™ for Business

SmartBanking for Business combines powerful business banking tools with information imported from industry-leading financial service providers like Ceridian, Intuit and Xero to give business owners a comprehensive view of business finances, simplify reconciliation and make it easier to run their business.

Digital Identity

In collaboration with SecureKey Technologies, a leading authentication and technology company, CIBC clients use the Verified.Me app to quickly and securely confirm online identity. Digital ID ushers in a new era of authentication in Canada.

Client Loyalty Partnership

CIBC’s partnership with Paymi (Integrated Rewards Inc) provides clients with extra cashback rewards on credit, debit and prepaid purchases at leading merchants across Canada.


Bank Leumi

Bank Leumi is one of the leading financial corporations in Israel, providing comprehensive banking services and holding an approximate 30% domestic market share.

About Leumi

Headquartered in Tel Aviv, Leumi has a presence in key financial centers across the globe, including London, New York, Palo Alto and Shanghai.

In 2018, Leumi reported a net profit of NIS 3.3 billion ($880 million) with total assets under management reaching NIS 1,434 billion ($383 billion).

Today, ‘Leumi Digital’ spearheads the digital banking field in Israel, with a wide range of innovative services based on cutting-edge technologies. Leumi was the first financial organization in Israel, and one of few in the world, to implement cloud computing technology, in addition to establishing a Digital Banking Division and appointing a Chief Digital Officer (CDO). Leumi is the first Israeli bank to launch a standalone fully-mobile banking platform – ‘Pepper’. Since its launch Pepper has drawn international attention and was awarded the ‘2018 Innovator Award’ by Dell Technologies (April, 2018).

Leumi in-market fintech initiatives


Scanovate uses a simple image-based tool and payment engine to process any bill payment. Using live video directly from the mobile device, with no server dependency, the tool can also integrate new documents and bill types over-the-air.


TipRanks is a big data company that analyses what any financial expert says about your stocks and objectively ranks them according to their ability to predict stock prices. TipRanks has over 10 million users worldwide.

CallVU Digital Engagement

CallVU serves Leumi’s digital vision by diverting incoming customer calls to a highly visual, highly intuitive menu that is presented automatically when the bank’s app is installed on the phone.