5 New FinTech Startups Brought Into SixThirty Portfolio

SixThirty, the financial technology startup accelerator, has announced five new $100,000 investments into a handful of early-stage companies from across the globe.

Led by Managing Director Atul Kamra, SixThirty has committed more than $2 million to 24 companies over the past few years. The startup is mostly backed by St. Louis venture capital firm Cultivation Capital.

The accelerator also recently partnered with RGAx, a subsidiary of Reinsurance Group of America that focuses on new and emerging technology, to help grow SixThirty’s portfolio. As part of the deal, RGA also committed an undisclosed amount of capital to help accelerate SixThirty companies.

Lending Front (New York City), led by CEO Jorge Sun. Lending Front is a Software-as-a-Service platform that gives lenders the functionality to lend and message small business loans by consolidating the functions usually conducted via five separate systems into one platform.

Just.Cash (Hollywood, Florida), led by Managing Partner Victor Cook. Just.Cash offers interoperable connectivity to ATMs mimicking existing infrastructure and processes in a cardless environment.

BondIT (Israel), led by CEO Etai Ravid. BondIT provides analytical solutions for global fixed income markets.

CheddarGetter (Bloomington, Indiana), led by CTO Mike Trotzke. CheddarGetter is a billing engine and recurring subscription management system for web commerce.

S4 (St. Louis), led by CEO Diego Steverlynck. S4 manages agriculture yield risk by using satellite data and agronomically-based algorithms.