The awards will recognise outstanding innovation and entrepreneurship in the Australian fintech sector, and identify some of the leading individuals and organisations making a contribution to the burgeoning fintech community.
Since opening for entry last month, Fintech Business has received a significant number of high-calibre submissions, both from those who represent fintech start-ups as well as more established providers and financial service providers that have wholly embraced fintech innovation.
The finalists have been selected for their ability to demonstrate commitment to paving the way for achievement and advancement in their organisations.
The winners of the Fintech Business Awards will be selected by a panel of soon-to-be-announced expert judges and announced at a premium cocktail event on 24 February 2017 at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney.
To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets, visit https://www.fintechbusiness.com/fintech-business-awards
Fintech Business Awards 2017 Finalists
Compliance Innovator of the Year
Crowdfunding Innovator of the Year
Financial Advice Innovator of the Year
Fintech Start-up of the Year
Insurance Innovator of the Year
Investment Innovator of the Year
Lending Innovator of the Year
Payments Innovator of the Year
Personal Finance Innovator of the Year
Platform Innovator of the Year
Software Innovator of the Year
Software Services Innovator of the Year
Femtech Leader of the Year
Fintech Entrepreneur of the Year
Fintech Mentor of the Year
Fintech Thought Leader of the Year
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