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Katipult to represent Calgary in Canada’s Fintech Cup

From June 15th-17th Calgary based Katipult will attempt to put Western Canada on the map as a Fintech leader, and highlight the digital trends in private capital markets within Canada. Leaders in financial technology (fintech) from across Canada will be at the Westin Calgary & Metropolitan Conference Center for the largest payments conference. More than 90 speakers are set to take the stage to discuss payments disruption, policy, innovation and opportunity.

As a provider of investment crowdfunding software, Katipult is on the front lines of disruption in the financial and real estate industries as equity and debt financings shift online.

“Katipult is strategically developed on a proprietary software framework to provide unparalleled adaptability and flexibility for regulatory compliance, diverse asset structures, business model specifications, and localization requirements. Our software is used primarily to power investment crowdfunding platforms, investment platforms for private placements, investor management platforms, and listings platforms for equity, debt, and alternative investments across all sectors.” says CEO Brock Murray.

The company is looking to bring its international experience in over 20 markets back to Canada as the private financial sector looks to adjust to trends and new efficient processes made possible through Fintech. “Its an exciting time to see Exempt Market Dealers, Banks, and Private Equity Firms look to us for our software. We’ll try to bring home the cup”.  


About Katipult

Katipult is a crowdfunding software solution for private placements, investment crowdfunding, investor management, and listings. Katipult allows companies to design, setup, and manage an investment crowdfunding platform across multiple distribution channels including web, mobile, and social media. Katipult is being used in over 20 unique regulatory environments to grow investor networks, efficiently manage investors, and streamline deal flow administration.

About Canadian Payments Association (CPA)

The Canadian Payments Association (CPA) ensures that financial transactions in Canada are carried out safely and securely each day. The CPA underpins the Canadian financial system and economy by owning and operating Canada's payment clearing and settlement infrastructure, including associated systems, by-laws, rules and standards. The value of payments cleared and settled by the CPA in 2015 was nearly $50 trillion, or $197 billion every business day. These encompass a wide range of payments made by Canadians and businesses involving inter-bank transactions, including those made with debit cards, pre-authorized debits, direct deposits, bill payments, wire payments and cheques.

Press Contact Katipult, Brock Murray,, +1 403 457 8008