The 2019 winners of the Fintech Business Awards have been revealed at a gala dinner in Sydney, recognising Australia’s best and brightest fintech lenders, businesses and entrepreneurs.
The third annual Fintech Business Awards – hosted by My Business’ sister publication Fintech Business – received over 200 submissions across twenty categories, making it the biggest one yet.
Some 96 companies were in the running for the 2019 awards and in the end 15 unique companies were recipients of awards at the awards ceremony on Thursday night.
Trade Ledger was one of the big winners of the evening taking home both the Fintech Start-up Business of the Year as well as Lending Platform Innovator of the Year.
SocietyOne also took home two awards, receiving the big award of the night Fintech Business Excellence Award (Company) and Lending Innovator of the Year.
Class Limited received the award for Software Services Innovator of the Year for 50 employees or more and Accounting Innovator of the Year.
Meanwhile mypropserity won Software Services Innovator of the Year for less than 50 employees along with the Financial Advice Innovator of the Year.
Ruth Hatherley from Moneycatcha took home Fintech Entrepreneur of the Year and Fintech Business Excellence Award (Individual).
In her speech Ms Hatherley thanked Fintech Business as well as the team that got her there.
“Thanks to Fintech Business, the judges, our partners and customers: most importantly to my inspirational team at Moneycatcha and my family. This award is for you.”
Other winners of company awards included Advice RegTech, Claim Central Consolidated, RateSetter, Raiz Invest, Verrency, Pocketbook and Spaceship.
Other individual award winners were Jodi Stanton from SendGold, Peta Tilse from Sophisticated Access and Charmian Holmes from The Fold Legal.
Adam Zuchetti is the editor of My Business, and has steered the publication’s editorial direction since early 2016.
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