Miss the FIAs already? Can’t wait for 2017? Relive the fintech revelry with the highlights reel from the Awards!
Held at The Brewery in central London, the awards were hosted by Julia Streets and welcomed Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General as a guest speaker. The evening also featured a fascinating keynote presentation from Dan Ariely, bestselling author and Professor of Psychology and Behaviour at Duke University.
But who won FinTech Start-up of the Year? Who won Innovation in Payments category and FinTech innovation of the year?
All is revealed here.
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