Holvi is a simple one-stop-shop for small businesses to collect income, manage expense and get an understandable real-time view of their company finances. New Holvi accounts can be opened in minutes online and Holvi customers don’t need a separate bank account. The company recently released Holvi Expenses iPhone app for managing expenses on the go. Holvi is regulated by the Finnish FSA. Holvi is has been featured in the Economist and Financial Times, voted as the hottest startup in Helsinki by Wired Magazine and chosen to be one of most innovative and disruptive brands in financial technology by FinTechCity London.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
BBVA
HQ
Helsinki, FI
Founded
2011
Website
holvi.com
Holvi was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Helsinki, FI

Key People at Holvi

Thomas Madsen-Mygdal

Thomas Madsen-Mygdal

Investor
Hampus Jakobsson

Hampus Jakobsson

Investor
Luis Calleja Rodriguez

Luis Calleja Rodriguez

Chief Compliance Officer & Financial Controller
Mikko Teerenhovi

Mikko Teerenhovi

CXO

Holvi Office Locations

Holvi has an office in Helsinki
Helsinki, FI (HQ)
Fabriksgatan 27-29 A

Holvi Data and Metrics

Holvi Summary

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$5.5 m

Investors

In total, Holvi had raised $5.5 m. Holvi is a subsidiary of BBVA

Holvi Job Categories

Traffic Overview of Holvi

Holvi Online and Social Media Presence

Holvi News and Updates

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Super-fast small biz mobile banking service Tide raises $2M seed round

 The race to create a new, 21st Century form of bank continues. In Europe, Holvi (coming out of Finland) was desktop-first and hasn’t come to the UK. It also hasn’t been focussed on being a hub for third party services, so therefore behaving more like a platform. In the US there is Seed.co (a YCombi…

Holvi Company Life and Culture

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