Aussie fintech firm nominated for banking technology awards

The Banking Technology Awards has nominated Ignition Advice for the 2018 Banking Technology Awards, in the category Best Use of IT in Private Banking/Wealth Management.

The firm said it would be the only Australian-founded firm to have reached the awards’ final stage and the only fintech to have been selected as a finalist in the category Best Use of IT in Private Banking/Wealth Management.

The awards aimed to recognise excellence and innovation in the use of IT in financial services worldwide.

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Ignition Advice chief executive, Manish Prasad, said: “This is an exciting time for Ignition as our international business is developing and our reputation is growing at a rapid rate.”

“To be a finalist in a respected and highly competitive global event such as the Banking Technology Awards recognises Ignition as a rising global player in the fintech space.”

Ignition Advice, which was founded in 2008 in Sydney, offers a multi-currency, multi-language platform, customised to local customs and regulatory compliance requirements.

In 2017, the firm opened its office in Ireland and launched its European business.




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