UK Fintech Market Analysis
Q3 2022 Trends

In our fourth edition of this report with Deloitte, we analyse UK fintech investment volumes in Q3 2022, and consider reasons for cautious optimism for the future.

Deloitte UK fintech Q3 2022

Q3 2022 saw a considerable decline in the volume of equity investment being deployed to UK fintech companies—landing on £491m, compared to £2.13b in Q2 2022.

Despite this, 2022 is still a bigger year for UK fintech investment than any years prior to 2021. And significant sums secured in H1 of 2022 should put the high-growth ecosystem in good standing.

As in previous editions of our fintech series with Deloitte, we’ve spotlighted a handful of fintech deals from the quarter, across different stages of growth: seed, venture, growth and acquisitions.

Download the report to see what we uncovered this time around.

Here’s a sneak peek inside

Deloitte UK fintech analysis Q3, reasons for optimism
Deloitte UK fintech analysis Q3, spotlight deals

About the authors

henry whorwood

Henry leads our Research & Consultancy team, and is an expert on equity finance and high-growth business. He's worked on briefs for the likes of Barclays, SyndicateRoom, Innovate UK, Smith & Williamson and British Business Bank. He regularly gives presentations on market trends at events around the UK.


Daniel robinson

Daniel conducts data manipulation and analysis as part of the Research & Consultancy team. He has a background in business analysis and commercial copywriting in Australia and the UK, having worked at The Sunday Times Fast Track, Oxford University Press, and advertising network MullenLowe Group.

Freya Hyde

Freya performs data analysis and visualisation in the Research & Consultancy team, with a focus on design. She has worked on projects for clients including Barclays, EY and JP Morgan. Freya holds a BA in History (International) from the University of Leeds, which included a year at Fudan University in Shanghai.

Advone Katsande

Advone Katsande

Advone writes copy, and performs data analysis and visualisation. She has written on the nature of Venture Capital Trusts, and worked on projects for Rawnet and Deloitte. She read Law at the University of East Anglia, where she acquired her undergraduate LLB.

Ethan Yip

Ethan carries out data analysis and visualisation. Before joining Beauhurst, Ethan graduated from the University of Bath, where he was awarded the degree of Master of Chemistry (MChem) and spent a year studying at the National University of Singapore.

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