Atomic, a San Francisco, CA-based investing API that allows fintechs and banks to integrate investing into their products, has launched alongside $25m in funding.
The latest round, Series A, was co-led by QED Investors and Anthemis with participation from Softbank and Y Combinator.
Founded by Stanford graduates and serial entrepreneurs, CEO David Dindi and CTO Marco Alban, who both bring experience in API-driven solutions for the financial services industry, Atomic provides a platform for companies to launch investing experiences in weeks without the burden of developing in-house regulatory, brokerage operations, and compliance expertise.
The company offers a broad range of investment capabilities, including direct indexing, ESG investing, and multi-currency trading across 60 global markets.
Atomic has already partnered with innovative fintech platforms including Upside, an app that transforms student debt into investment opportunities.