About SimFin

What is SimFin about

SimFin stands for “Simplifying Finance”

SimFin is a fintech start-up based in Halle, Germany. We offer investors and analysts a stock market analysis platform with high-quality financial data and innovative tools.

We believe that investments are more successful when they are based on tested and socially approved strategies. Our goal is to give investors the opportunity to find, backtest and share winning strategies that can beat the market.

To allow everyone to benefit from our services, SimFin has a FREE Account that provides access to all relevant SimFin features. Advanced and ambitious analysts can upgrade to a professional and high-performance user interface.

Who’s behind SimFin

CEO/CTO Thomas Flassbeck

Thomas Flassbeck

CEO/CTO & Founder of SimFin
Thomas created SimFin. He is also the software architect and the head of development. He invented the unique data engine, based on machine learning, which allows to extract and structure data efficiently. As finance expert he is responsable for the roadmap and development of analytics tools.
CMO Felix Wolf

Felix Wolf

CMO & Co-Founder of SimFin
Felix is entrepreneur and expert in digital marketing with long-year experience in distribution of SaaS and data products. He joined SimFin to drive the expansion of the business and the introduction of new tools for the investment market. Besides delivering relevant content, he focuses on improving the onboarding experience for SimFin users.

Be part of SimFin

Open positions

Senior Java / Kotlin Developer

Halle, Germany

Frequently asked questions

  • Is SimFin a German company?

  • Who are the investors of SimFin?

  • Where does SimFin obtain its financial data from?

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SimFin is a provider of software as a service (SaaS) and not a financial advisor or financial service provider. The content, tools, and features provided through our software are designed for informational purposes only, and should not be taken as financial or investment advice. They do not constitute, and should not be interpreted as, an offer or recommendation to buy or sell financial instruments, or to participate in any particular trading strategy.