• Bank of America

    A global banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Charlotte, NC. Bank of America is the 2nd largest bank in the United States by assets.

    Wells Fargo

    A global banking and financial services holding company ranked 2nd largest in the world by market cap and 3rd largest in the United States by assets. Wells Fargo Securities is headquartered in Charlotte, NC.

    Ally Bank

    The subsidiary bank of Ally Financial, Ally Bank is an online retail bank headquartered in Charlotte, NC.


    Consumer financial services company with operations in Charlotte, NC.


    International investment management firm headquartered in Charlotte, NC.


    Multinational professional services firm and "Big Four" accounting firm.

    BB&T Corporation

    Financial services holding company headquartered in North Carolina offering consumer and commercial banking, securities brokerage, asset management, mortgage and insurance products and services.

    LPL Financial

    The largest independent broker dealer in the United States with a main office in Charlotte, NC.


    A multinational computer technology company specializing in developing and marketing database software and technology, cloud engineered systems and enterprise software products.


    Multinational insurance corporation.

    North Highland

    A worldwide management consulting firm servicing players in the world's largest industries.

    Womble Bond Dickinson

    One of the largest business law firms in the mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States with offices in 14 cities. Headquartered in North Carolina.

    American Airlines

    Provides round trip flights to Queen City Fintech cohort company founders free of charge.

    Extended Stay America

    Provides 12 weeks lodging to Queen City Fintech cohort company founders free of charge.


    Omnichannel software service provider focused on exceptional customer experience and engagement.

    Cherry Bekaert

    One of the nation's largest certified public accounting firms providing cost-effective tax, audit and advisory solutions across the globe.


    A multinational corporation that provides IT services, including digital, technology, consulting, and operations services.

    Citizens Bank

    The 13th largest retail bank in the United States. Citizens offers a broad range of retail and commercial banking products and services to individuals, small businesses, middle-market companies, large corporations and institutions.


    The largest provider of supplemental insurance in the United States.

  • Other Program Partners

    Our program partners help our companies grow their skills in business plan development, marketing, leadership, development outsourcing, and public speaking.

    Pitch bootcamp

    Pitch start & seeing the big picture

    Lean startup methodology

    Digital marketing, lead generation, crowdfunding

    Cross-cultural training and consulting

    Coordinating support from the broader business community

    Leading innovation in the banking industry

    Leading cloud computing platform

    Protecting ideas for the futre

    Helping fintech startups access data and build great products

    Visit Fintech Sandbox

    Connecting fintech entrepreneurs, financial advisors, and institutions to their clients' financial accounts

  • The Carolina Fintech Hub

    In late 2014, a discussion started with QCFintech Founder, Dan Roselli, and North Highland Director & QCFintech Mentor, Andy Moose about how to broaden the discussions of making the Charlotte Region recognized as one of the great Fintech innovation regions around the World. Andy & Dan approached Charlotte Mayor’s Dan Clodfelter offices with the concept and we were off to the races.

    With the leadership of Mayor Clodfelter and QC Fintech Founder Dan Roselli, in early 2105 the first meeting of the Carolina's Fintech Hub was held at the City Hall The meeting was convened by Mayor Clodfelter and facilitated by QCFintech Founder, Dan Roselli, and North Highland Director Andy Moose and was then called “The Charlotte Mayor’s Fintech Initiative". The discussion focused on if there were the political and civic will and desire for the regional financial services leaders to create the team structure and organization to make sure a large civic push happen. The answer was a resounding yes and the work of forming began with multiple organizing meetings and a growing stable of companies willing to participate.

    At the end of 2015, there was a Charlotte Mayoral election and Jennifer Roberts was elected Mayor of Charlotte. As she took office in 2016, she took the initiative to the next level of movement forward, doubling the membership, secure Bank of America’s support in the form a senior Bank of America leader, Frank Farro, taking charge of forming the first work streams and strategic plan for the group. During that year, Bank of America’s leadership was felt once again as the first major financial supporter of the initiative with a three year, $1.5 million dollar commitment.

    In 2017, more companies committed their financial support and the innovative made the strategic discussion to change the organization's scope to go beyond Charlotte and focus on the entire Carolina’s Region and the innovative become formally known as the Carolina’s Fintech Hub. The group was formally incorporated as a 501c6, the initial board was put in the place and the organization hired its first Executive Director, Tariq Bokhari and former Financial Services executive and early member of the initiative.

    To find out what the Carolina’s Fintech Hub is up to today, check out their website.

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