Scalable Capital

High Growth

Wealth management

London, Munich

Scalable Capital is a leading FinTech in Europe, bringing together people and technology-based investment. Scalable Capital offers private individuals digital wealth management, a broker with a trading flat rate, as well as overnight and time deposit offers. In digital wealth management, the company creates and manages globally diversified ETF portfolios for its clients with sustainable investment strategies, if desired. The broker is aimed at people who want to decide for themselves and offers them the opportunity to trade shares, ETFs and funds and to conclude ETF savings plans. For short and medium-term investments without capital market risk, the company also offers access to attractive overnight and fixed-term deposit offers.

For B2B partners, Scalable Capital develops solutions for digital investment. Among the partners are the direct bank ING, the British Barclays Bank, Siemens Private Finance, the digital subsidiary of the Santander Group Openbank, Oskar GmbH, and Targobank. 

Scalable Capital was founded in 2014 by Erik Podzuweit, Florian Prucker, Adam French (most recently Goldman Sachs) and Professor Dr. Stefan Mittnik (Chair of Financial Econometrics and Director of the Center for Quantitative Risk Analysis at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich). Today, Scalable Capital employs more than 1200 people at its Munich and London offices and manages more than €3 billion. The shareholders of Scalable Capital include, among others, BlackRock, Holtzbrinck Ventures and Tengelmann Ventures.

Team Members

Dr. Ella Rabener

CMO & UK Co-Founder, Scalable Capital

Eric Podzuweit

Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Scalable Capital

Florian Prucker

Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Scalable Capital

Simon Miller

UK CEO and Co-Founder, Scalable Capital


No order fees for stock, ETF and crypto savings plans, savings rates starting at just 1 Euro – Scalable Capital aims to turn everyone into an investor


300,000 new products now available within the neo-broker – Scalable Capital expands offering with derivatives