United Kingdom, August 2017– Wealth & Finance magazine have announced the winners of the 2017 FinTech Awards.
According to the annual FinTech report, cumulative investment globally is expected to exceed over $150 billion in the months to come with key trends focusing on the security as well as the transition from offline to online. As in other financial-related industries, establishing trust in key for the investors to loosen the purse strings.
With that in mind, Wealth & Finance International has launched the 2017 FinTech Awards in partnership with Acquisition International – the voice of corporate finance, to showcase the exceptional firms achieving true excellence in this dynamic sector.
Commenting on the success of their deserving winners, Peter Rujgev, Awards Coordinator stated: “Overall, 2017 has so far proven to be a rather exciting for FinTech after the initial turbulence that hit the sector in early 2016, thanks to all of the firms and the individuals driving them that we are highlighting through this awards programme. I would like to wish them the very best of fortunes for the future, as well as congratulate them for their hard work so far.”
To learn more about our deserving award winners and to gain insight into the working practices of the “best of the best”, please visit the Wealth & Finance website (http://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/) where you can access the winners supplement.
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