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Nominations Now Open for The Fintech Power 50 2022 Annual Guide

The Fintech Times is pleased to announce we have once again been selected as the strategic media partner for the 2022 Fintech Power 50 annual guide as nominations have now opened. 

The Power 50 programme is the annual guide to the most influential and innovative companies in the fintech industry, as well as featuring 10 of the visionary and inspiring personalities shaping the sector. 

For the fourth year running, 40 global, cutting-edge companies and 10 of the world’s best fintech influencers will be selected for the exclusive annual programme, which shines a spotlight on those who are driving change and creativity in the financial services industry. 

 As well as showcasing the hottest in the Fintech world, the Fintech Power 50 acts as a hub that actively promotes its members to a global audience by introducing bespoke networking and event opportunities. Being part of the Fintech Power 50 is not an award, it is a great recommendation tool and a testament to the work that individuals and companies are doing to help the sector innovate and grow. 

Until 1 March, industry members can nominate fintech companies and industry individuals from anywhere in the world that they believe are deserving of being featured in this year’s programme. Nominees will then be revealed for both the businesses and industry influences, where the public will be invited to vote online until the beginning of June. Members will be announced in a launch ceremony on 11 July. 

Not only will winners be showcased in the 2022 cohort, but the companies and individuals will also be given access to The Fintech Power 50’s trusted network of fintech companies and leaders. Benefits include guest appearances on webinars, podcasts and panels, the opportunity to contribute opinion lead thought leadership articles in The Fintech Times newspaper, invitations to industry networking events and support with talent acquisition. 

The 2021 cohort included some of the biggest, most influential names in the fintech world, with Ron Shevlin, a top global fintech influence, Theodora Lau, whose work seeks to spark innovation to improve consumer financial well-being, Jim Marous, the internationally recognised financial industry strategist and Brett King, world-renowned futurist and speaker. 

In terms of businesses, some of the influential fintech companies featured on the 2021 list included mobile identity-verification specialist Jumio, Moneyhub, open data and payments platform, European open banking platform Tink, and Global Processing Services, a go-to payments processing partner. 

Mark Walker, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, said: “We’re excited to start the nomination process for The Fintech Power 50 2021 for the fourth year running. As always, we aim to recognise the game-changers who are making a difference to our industry and look forward to offering industry members the opportunity to share and spotlight the people and companies that they believe are shaping the fintech space.

“Not only do we showcase the fantastic businesses and individuals across the globe that are working to innovatively shape the future of the fintech industry, but The Fintech Power 50 also provides true help and support to every member for a whole year. We’re here to help our cohort transform the industry for the better and I look forward to receiving nominations for our potential future members.”

Nominations for ‘The Fintech Power 50 2021’ will close on 1 March, with online voting available until 6 June. The final cohort will be announced in July. To nominate yourself or someone else, fill out the short form here.

To find out more about The Fintech Power 50, visit https://www.thepower50.com or view the 2021 Fintech Power 50 list at https://www.thepower50.com/fintech/.

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  • Polly is a journalist, content creator and general opinion holder from North Wales. She has written for a number of publications, usually hovering around the topics of fintech, tech, lifestyle and body positivity.

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