6th Annual FinTech Awards 2021 – Now open for Submissions
22 Award categories reflect the ‘Rocketship Growth’ of fintech sector; new categories recognize Social Mission as well as Young FinTech Leaders
The 6th Annual Australian FinTech Awards 2021 are now open for submissions.
Award categories have expanded again this year – reflecting the dramatic growth of new fintech players into every facet of banking and finance; new award categories include Open Banking, RegTech, Best Social Mission FinTech, and Best Young FinTech Leader of the Year (Under 35).
“We’ve added new categories to ensure everyone has the opportunity to be recognized for their achievements and success; especially the younger stars of the fintech sector – which could be a young CTO, or a Social Media Finfluencer,” said Glen Frost, Founder of the FinTech Awards.
“The 6th Annual FinTech Awards 2021 reflects the ‘Rocketship Growth” the sector has experienced in the past twelve months. The Awards bring together the influential, disruptive, collaborative and innovative companies that are changing financial services, and whilst this has again been a very disruptive year due to Covid, we believe it is important to host the awards – in a Covid-safe manner of course,” said Frost.
Australian FinTech announced as Media Partner for the 6th Annual FinTech Awards
“For the past 6 years we have partnered with Australian FinTech as our media partner; I am delighted to partner with Australian FinTech again this year, the Number One place for fintech news and information,” said Frost.
“Once again we’re throwing our support behind the Annual FinTech Awards,” said Cameron Dart, Co-Founder & CEO of Australian FinTech. “It’s a great honour to be a part of such a prestigious event on the fintech calendar, and one that showcases the hard work of the entire Australian fintech sector.”
Ashurst announced as Partner for the 6th Annual FinTech Awards
“I am delighted to be Partnering on The FinTech Awards with Ashurst, a Global Tier One law firm; their ongoing support of this event is outstanding and demonstrates their commitment to the fintech sector,” said Frost.
“We are also delighted to be working with a range of great Award category sponsors at the 6th Annual FinTech Awards, who all passionately want to support fintechs on their journey, including: Envestnet Yodlee, Perpetual, Sandstone Technology, Shavik, Stone & Chalk, PayPal, 7R Talent, Newcastle Permanent Building Society, LAB Group, nCino, Seedspace Venture Capital, Swiftx, and BSi Group,” said Frost.
Enter here: www.fintechawards.net
Submissions: Open now = www.fintechawards.net
Awards Night: Wednesday 18th August
VIP Guest Speaker: Senator Andrew Bragg
The FinTech Awards are for Australian companies and individuals. Overseas based fintechs are not eligible for these awards.
For more information please contact Glen Frost, Founder, FinTech Awards: [email protected]