Greater Finance’s stock portfolio top picks consist of the innovative digital ID startup called Freja eID from Sweden, the norwegian video conferencing tool Pexip, the Chinese giant Tencent, the Australian equivalent to Sweden’s Klarna called AfterPay and BONESUPPORT which is a company that is transforming how we take care of bone fracture injuries.
Tencent Holdings Ltd., also known as Tencent, is a Chinese multinational technology conglomerate holding company. Founded in 1998, its subsidiaries globally market various Internet-related services and products, including in entertainment, artificial intelligence, and other technology. Its twin-skyscraper headquarters, Tencent Seafront Towers (also known as Tencent Binhai Mansion) are based in the Nanshan District of Shenzhen.
Afterpay Limited (abbreviated as Afterpay or APT) is an Australianfinancial technology company operating in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States, and New Zealand. Afterpay was founded in 2015 by Nick Molnar and Anthony Eisen. In June 2017, Afterpay merged with one of its technology suppliers, Touchcorp, to form the Afterpay Touch Group. In November 2019, the company was renamed Afterpay Limited.
Pexip is a multinational corporation based in Oslo, Norway that develops Unified Communications software enabling human collaboration through the use of video, audio and web communication technologies. The software platform named Infinity, is software that combines the power of server virtualization to create uniquely distributed conferencing solutions for Enterprises and Service Providers. The software uniqueness centers around a dynamic and scalable means to deliver every video user the same experience no matter location or device, while providing major efficiencies, an experience not possible until Pexip’s approach.
BoneSupport AB is a Swedish biotech company active at the Ideon Science Park in the university town of Lund in Skåne, Sweden, founded in 1999 by Lars Lidgren, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Academic Head of Department at Lund University Hospital in Sweden which is a member of the ISOC group of orthopaedic centers. The company has been funded with more than SEK 500 million in venture capital from inter alia HealthCap, Lundbeck foundation and Industrifonden, making it one of the largest ventures in the Swedish medical technologies industry. 
Freja eID is the first mobile e-ID in Sweden that got the ‘Svensk e-legitimation’ quality mark – issued by the Swedish government’s Agency for Digital Government DIGG.