This year’s award categories honour the highest achievements in the global FinTech space, and reflect the exciting innovations driving the sector.
This year’s categories include:
- Innovation in Payments
- Innovation in Money Transfer/FX
- Innovation in Lending
- Innovation in Corporate Banking Solutions
- Innovation in Cyber Security/Anti-Fraud
For the full list of categories visit www.fintechinnovationawards.com/award-categories
To stand the best chance of winning your category, we strongly recommend you read the criteria thoroughly and ensure your entry clearly demonstrates how it meets all the criteria points.
Judges will be looking for submissions which not only meet the criteria, but demonstrate impact and success.
There is no limit to the number of awards categories you can apply for, but all entries must be made online. Entries will close on December 1st 2015.
Register your interest online now.
December 1st: Entries close
January 2016: Category shortlist announced
March 2016: Category finalists announced
April 13th 2016: Winners announced at the awards ceremony
Click here to book your place at the Fintech Innovation Awards ceremony at The Brewery, London.
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