Voting is Now Open for the Fintech Power 50

Voting is now open for The Fintech Power 50 2020, an exclusive annual programme that shines a spotlight on those who are transforming financial services for the better. It showcases 40 trailblazing companies and 10 of the most trusted industry leaders across the Fintech ecosystem.

Between now and 30th November 2019, members of the community have the opportunity to vote for the Fintech company and individual they believe should be featured in the second edition of the power list. 

Commencing on 1st January 2020 and running for 12 months, the Fintech Power 50 serves not only as a guide but as a hub, providing ample opportunities for profiling on the global Fintech stage. A carefully curated programme offers media partnerships, events and networking, as well as support in areas such as: business development, branding, investment and talent acquisition.

Following an extensive nomination process, companies that are up for inclusion in the second edition of the Fintech Power 50 include: Funding Options, Currency Cloud, Modulr, Yoti, and Oak North. 

2020’s most innovative and transformative Fintech companies and individuals to be celebrated in industry guide 

Jason Williams, Co-Founder and Managing Director at the Fintech Power 50, said: “Throughout its first year the Fintech Power 50 has seen consistent success for our members and we are very proud of the opportunities that being a member of the Power 50 has offered the companies involved. We look forward to continuing the traction we have made this year with the 2020 cohort, with a more ambitious and exciting programme.

“We wish the very best of luck to all companies which have been nominated and look forward to working with and supporting the growing talent in the fintech sector.”

The full list of companies and influencers will be announced at the Power 50’s annual launch event, to be held on 12th December 2019 at an exclusive Fintech venue. More details about the event are to be announced.  

To view the full list of nominees, or to add a nominee and vote for their inclusion, visit:


  • Editorial Director of the The Fintech Times

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