About Soldo

Founded in 2015 by tech veteran Carlo Gualandri, Soldo is one of Europe’s fastest-growing fintech companies. In 2019, the company raised a $61 million Series B round led by Battery Ventures and Dawn Capital with the participation of Accel and other existing investors – the largest round of funding ever secured by a pay and spend automation company.

Before Soldo, tracking and controlling spending was a dark art: businesses created workarounds for payments and stifled staff with financial admin. There’s a brighter way.

Enable employees and departments to make purchases – from advertising to software, travel expenses to e-commerce. Control every cost with custom budgets and track transactions in real time. Connect accounting software to automate reporting and save hours, then use insights to grow. Soldo combines smart prepaid company cards with a comprehensive management platform. The brighter way to manage business spending.

Latest News

18 Nov 20

IT Pro Portal: How IT is shaping the finance function of tomorrow

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01 Oct 20

Elite Business: What to consider when setting up your finance department from scratch

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23 Mar 20

Fintech Alliance: The data that finance teams are missing out on

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06 Feb 20

Fintech Direct: Is Your Business Missing Out On Valuable Data?

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23 Nov 19

Fintech Futures: Preparing your fintech to thrive despite Brexit uncertainty

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Latest Press Releases

25 Nov 20

Finance Teams are in the Dark When it Comes to Pandemic Spending: Soldo Switches on the Lights

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16 Nov 20

Soldo strengthens with appointment of seasoned Fintech exec Mariano Dima as President

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07 July 20

Soldo extends partnership with Mastercard

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09 June 20

More than 60 percent of UK finance teams cannot access real-time data

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21 April 20

Soldo Care cards help governments, local authorities and NGOs distribute emergency funds amid covid-19 outbreak

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23 Jan 20

70 percent of start-ups find it easy to secure funding but 95 percent struggle to spend it on growth

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