Swiss creature of the award-winning and recognized entrepreneur Christopher Aleo, CEO and mastermind of the company, iSwiss has accustomed its clients and financial operators in general to impossible and innovative solutions.

After having revolutionized the SME financing sector by introducing the concept of securitization also for these small and medium-sized entities, today Christopher Aleo is ready to bring change to two other sectors that are usually stiff and not very proactive.

The first sector identified by Aleo as to be innovated is the insurance area. The change in the same will take place through Insurtech, an insurance project that aims to combine the convenience of online and self-service with the competence and availability of the physical office.

“We design creative and innovative solutions that aim to be user-friendly. We are not afraid to turn to technological solutions, but we are aware that in certain cases human contact is still fundamental ”, these are the words of Christopher Aleo on the sidelines of the Insurtech presentation.

“This is why we combine a complete online interface with boutique service. A physical place where the customer can go in person to get advice and advice. “

Insurtech is a complete service, open to people and companies and which allows you to insure anything, from cars to planes, from credit to property.

Change not only in the insurance sector but also in the banking sector.

The sector is that of credit lines and the approach is also innovative and guaranteed in this area.

Once again, Aleo’s enlightening words explain it to us: “The traditional banking system does not foresee any possibility. Those who made mistakes end up in lists that remain valid for years, not allowing the request for new credits regardless. Our system, on the other hand, is of a meritocratic type and not based on historicity that may no longer be relevant ”.

As for the assessment and disbursement of credit lines, iSwiss uses an innovative and timely system for the analysis, which takes into account a potential cash flow and not just previous data that may not represent the current state of the situation.