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2023 Fintech Awards Winners

A Grand Celebration of Innovation: Unveiling the Winners of the 2023 Fintech Awards

We are thrilled to spotlight the individual achievements and ground-breaking strides made in the world of financial technology. The 2023 Fintech Awards honoured the luminaries and up-and-comers that are redefining the fintech landscape.

A Glimpse into the Fintech Future

The 2023 Fintech Awards recognised the top players in the fintech sector, shedding light on those reshaping finance and technology. This year’s winners and finalists stand as testament to the relentless innovation driving the industry.

Celebrating the 2023 Fintech Awards Winners

Bettercents, with its user-friendly interface and innovative features, clinched the title of Best Fintech Website or Platform, setting new standards for digital financial platforms. Meanwhile, Cashflows stole the show with their impeccable customer service, earning them the Best Customer Experience and the Employer Award.

MillTechFX, a rising star in the fintech space, was crowned Startup of the Year, showcasing its potential to revolutionise the industry. Mosaic Smart Data, with its cutting-edge solutions, took home the Innovation Award, while R3 was recognised for its pioneering work in blockchain technology.

CleverChain Limited proved their mettle in the realm of security and cryptocurrency, securing the Best AML or KYC Solution and Best Cryptocurrency Tech awards. On the app front, CoinMode emerged victorious with its intuitive design and functionality, claiming the Best Fintech App title.

Creditspring and Epos Now showcased their dominance in the B2C and business sectors, with accolades for Best B2C Tech and Fintech Business of the Year, respectively. Instinct Digital shone in the regulatory tech space, while IPS Group, UK was celebrated for its remarkable business growth.

In the insurance tech sector, Lukango was the star, clinching the InsurTech of the Year, whereas Ophelos and Pax2pay made their marks in AI/ML Tech and B2B Tech, respectively. The Portfolio Platform showcased its expertise in personal finance and trading tech, while Trading Central was recognised for its investment technology solutions.

Honouring Individual Excellence

The individual awards celebrated the people behind the innovations. Claire Maillet of Bettercents was named Director of the Year, recognising her leadership prowess, while Aamir Madari from Tap Donate was celebrated as the Rising Star, marking his potential to shape the fintech future.

Recognising the Finalists

The finalists, too, showcased their unwavering dedication to fintech excellence. Bettercents received nods for its app and regulatory tech, while Big Golden Pineapple was recognised for its overall business performance. Boost Payment Solutions, Molo Finance and Circles powered by StepLadder stood out for their innovative solutions, and Clear Factor was acknowledged for its B2B solutions.

In addition to their award-win, Cashflows joined Equals Money as finalists in the Best B2B Tech award while Samuel Flynn of Hands In joined CoinMode’s Stuart Radforth as finalists in the Rising Star Award. EV charging solutions firm Mina and Epos Now also made great forward strides in this year’s honours, reaching the final positions for the Business Growth Award.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the winners and finalists. Here’s to celebrating these stories of innovation, resilience, and excellence – the cornerstones of fintech success.

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