The winners of Momentum Media’s Fintech Business Awards 2017 have been announced, acknowledging the achievements of the industry’s leading lights.
The premier awards night for the fintech industry, the Fintech Business Awards is dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of the disruptive businesses and innovators reshaping the way Australians access financial services.
This year, Daniel Foggo of RateSetter Australia was recognised with the Fintech Business Excellence Award for individuals, beating out the other individual winners awarded at the event, with financial planning software firm Midwinter taking out the Fintech Business Excellence Award for companies.
Over 300 nominations were received for the 18 awards, with the winners selected by a panel of expert judges from a pool of 125 finalists.
Crowdfunding Innovator of the Year: DomaCom
Lending Innovator of the Year: Prospa
Personal Finance Innovator of the Year: Pocketbook
Insurance Innovator of the Year: OneTick Technology Pty Ltd
Payments Innovator of the Year: Airwallex
Compliance Innovator of the Year: BGL Corporate Solutions Pty Ltd
Fintech Mentor of the Year: Claire Wivell Plater, The Fold Legal
Fintech Entrepreneur of the Year: Daniel Foggo, RateSetter Australia
Thought Leader of the Year: Claire Wivell Plater, The Fold Legal
Investment Innovator of the Year: Acorns
Software Innovator of the Year: Midwinter
Software Services Innovator of the Year: Avoka
Financial Advice Innovator of the Year: Map My Plan
Platform Innovator of the Year: BRICKX
Femtech Leader of the Year: Cathy Kovacs, Westpac
Fintech Start-Up of the Year: Valiant Finance
Fintech Business Excellence Award (individual): Daniel Foggo, RateSetter Australia
Fintech Business Excellence Award (company): Midwinter
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