France FinTech and the Group of Comparators in Insurance and Banking (GCAB) enter into a partnership
Paris, the 28 April 2022
The GCAB, the professional association that brings together the main digital players in the comparison of financial products, insurance, credit, investments, accounts and banking services, and France FinTech, the professional association of French fintech, insurtech and regtech, announce today today the signing of a partnership to develop their collaboration on financial services provided to consumers.
France FinTech supports companies using innovative operational, technological or economic models that simplify the lives of individuals. Online insurance and banking comparators have become essential in the consumer purchasing process and also create value for the organizations with which they collaborate, including fintechs.
Strengthened by this common vision based on technological mastery, digital agility and the ability to offer products adapted to the needs and uses of consumers, the GCAB and France FinTech have chosen to focus their collaboration on three themes:
1. Developing and strengthening exchanges between their respective members, in terms of best practices and cooperation
2. Co-construct innovative solutions to improve the quality of service for the benefit of consumers and their partners
3. Thinking together about the major challenges of the sector, such as user experience, data management and protection, value-added service.
In this context, the GCAB will participate in the joint organization and facilitation of meetings and events and contributed in particular this year to the Assurtech white paper of France FinTech.
“The online insurance and banking comparators that we represent at GCAB are players at the heart of the digital ecosystem. Innovation for our customers and our partners is our DNA and we have many synergies to develop with an association like France FinTech. » Julien Fillaud, president of the GCAB
“Improving service to customers, whether individuals, professionals, businesses or public authorities, is the raison d'être of our ecosystem. Offering better customer journeys, innovative solutions and tighter prices is the daily fight of our fintechs. This is also the ambition of comparators. The rapprochement with their association, the GCAB is therefore quite natural” Alain Clot, President of France FinTech
The Groupement des Comparateurs en Assurance et Banque (GCAB) is a professional association created in 2015 to bring together digital players in the comparison of financial products, insurance, credit, investments, accounts and banking services. He is the representative interlocutor of the profession, both vis-à-vis other players in banking and insurance and public authorities. The group also promotes the professions of financial comparison by making their operation, their level of regulation and their ethical commitments better known. The GCAB brings together the leaders of the sector, Assurance-borrowers.fr, Choisir.com, Comparadise.com, Devismutuelle.com, Hyperassur.com, LesFurets.com, LeLynx.fr, Meilleurassurance.com, Meilleurbanque.com, Meilleurtaux.com, Mutuelle.fr, Panorabanques.com, Smartoctave.fr, Mutuelle-Conseil.com..
About France FinTech
Created in 2015 on the initiative of entrepreneurs, France FinTech brings together companies using operational, technological or economic, innovative and disruptive models, aimed at dealing with existing or emerging issues in the financial services industry and representing the main components of the Faculty. The association's mission is to promote excellence in the sector in France and abroad and to represent French fintech to public authorities, regulators and the ecosystem. France FinTech is today the largest sectoral association of start-ups in France and in Europe. In addition to its actions on regulatory and legislative grounds, its numerous publications, its workshops and various meetings, the association organizes each year the benchmark event of the ecosystem, Fintech R:Evolution.
France FinTech is a member of the AMF-ACPR Fintech Forum and a founding member of the EDFA (European Digital Finance Association)