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Threads, Darktrace, Censornet & iwoca make the top 100 list

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We're delighted to reveal that 4 companies from the Talis Capital portfolio feature in this year's league table. The report, entitled Top 100: Britain's Fastest-Growing Businesses identified Threads, Darktrace, CensorNet, and iwoca amongst the companies that have increased in value the most since 2015. Congratulations to them all!

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full report here.

Portfolio Update - 15.03.2018

iwoca have promised to provide £100m business loans to SMEs in North England by 2020 as part of their ongoing efforts to support the Northern Powerhouse, and continue to achieve impressive traction with over 45,000 transactions completed since 2012.

Second Home have announced their upcoming Clerkenwell site, due to open in Autumn, which will cater primarily to their extensive corporate client base including Ernst & Young, Volkswagen and Santander.

 

Pass the Keys, the UK’s leading AirBnB rental management provider, discuss how property owners can take advantage of the rapidly growing short-term property rental market to maximise their rental returns.

 

Portfolio Update - 09.11.2017

iwoca have joined LinkedIn's Top 25 Start-ups List, alongside Uber, Deliveroo and AirBnB, and have now lent over £260m to date since their launch at the end of 2012. 

 

 

Luminance have partnered with TRUST, a leading Finnish law firm, and are now live across 15 countries with over 150 completed transactions since their launch in September 2016.
 

 

Pass the Keys, the UK's largest AirBnB property manager, have launched in York and Glasgow ahead of their planned international expansion in 2018.

Portfolio Update - 07.06.2017

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iwoca has been named as one of Europe’s top 50 FinTech firms by reputable judges, including the UK PM’s FinTech Business Ambassador, after being selected from a list of 1,500 competitors.

https://www.iwoca.co.uk/

CensorNet, a SME cybersecurity firm, has successfully integrated Multi-Factor Authentication technology into its offering. Going ahead its clients will benefit from enhanced protection against the growing threat of network breaches, with 81% currently due to weak or stolen passwords, whilst gaining real-time visibility and control of their online applications. 

https://www.censornet.com/

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Luminance has partnered with Cederquist, a leading Swedish law firm, and is now live in 12 countries with 110 global client transactions to date since its launch in September 2016.

https://www.luminance.com/

 

Sources:

https://thefintech50.com/the-fintech-50-2017

http://www.prnewswire.co.uk/news-releases/censornet-creates-unique-offering-with-mfa--uss-integration-626759231.html

http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/news/legal/%EF%BF%BCluminance-lights-cambridge-ip-summit

NatWest strikes deals to pass on unwanted business

The state-backed lender, which is part of Royal Bank of Scotland, is joining forces with Iwoca, which offers working capital to small businesses, and Together, a property-secured lender, as a way to refer business and commercial customers that do not meet NatWest’s appetite for risk.

Talis Capital's 16 B2B tech companies to watch in 2016

In 2015, we continued mainly with our established B2B themes: business intelligence SAAS, cyber security and fintech. From 2016, we are adding B2B insurance tech and health tech focuses. Here are the ones we are excited about for 2016.