The Faves of FinovateAsia: A Brief History of Best of Show Winners

With FinovateAsia less than one week away, it’s worth noting that the history of our Asian conference is a short, but illustrative one. Consider this: of the twelve companies awarded Best of Show from our three FinovateAsia conferences in 2012, 2013, and 2016, more than half are multiple-time Best of Show winners, having impressed audiences in London, Silicon Valley, and New York City, as well as Singapore and Hong Kong. And three of the companies have also been the targets of major acquisitions: IND Group by MisysEyeVerify by Ant Financial, and Yodlee by Envestnet.

So, other than winning multiple Best of Show awards and being acquired by major players in finance and technology, what have the Best of Show winners of FinovateAsia from last year been up to in the time since? See for yourself below.

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Alpha Payments Cloud (demo)

The biggest news for Alpha Payments Cloud since winning Best of Show at FinovateAsia 2016 is likely the company’s comprehensive rebranding as Alpha Fintech in September. The move was designed to affirm the company’s status as “fintech’s first end-to-end middleware,” using a single API and UI to connect merchants and vendor suppliers across “the entire payments, risk, and commerce spectrum.”

Oliver Rajic, Alpha Fintech CEO added “Now with Alpha, (acquirers and gateways) can evolve to enable the right vendor combination for each unique requirement … thereby extending and enhancing their core solution subset.” Alpha Fintech has already made its first agreement under the new rebrand, teaming up with Payture, a major payment gateway in the CIS region. “Among the early adopters of the Alpha Fintech /Payture integration are businesses in Russia’s e-travel consumer market, which the company says is one of the largest segments of Russia’s e-commerce market.

Dynamics (demo)

Multiple-time Best of Show winner Dynamics announced a partnership with LG Electronics earlier this year. The agreement would put Dynamic’s Wireless Magnetic Communication (WMC) technology in LG Pay. The integration will enable LG mobile phones to transmit traditional magnetic stripe information wirelessly to traditional magnetic stripe readers.

“Dynamics has been building wireless magnetic communication solutions for nearly a decade and is widely considered the founder of the programmable magnetic stripe industry,” Dynamics CEO Jeff Mullen said. “Dynamics’ best-in-breed technology will help LG Pay reach hundreds of millions of new payment environments.”

EyeVerify (demo)

Acquired by Ant Financial Services Group just months before making its Best of Show-winning demonstration at FinovateAsia 2016, EyeVerify has hardly rested on its laurels. This summer, for example, the company partnered with fellow Finovate alum Daon, adding Eyeprint ID to Daon’s IdentityX platform. But the biggest headlines from this multiple Best of Show winning company have to do with their rebrand as ZOLOZ back in August.

“When I announced almost a year ago that Ant Financial acquired EyeVerify, I said we want to do more,” company founder and CEO Toby Rush wrote at the company blog. “Today we publicly commit to providing a hosted identity platform that helps people manage their digital lives.” Rush described an initiative to bring identity services to the underserved and underbanked consumers of Asia, with plans to ultimately bring hosted identity solutions to markets in North America and Europe.

Finn.ai (demo)

With two Best of Show awards in two Finovate appearances, intelligent banking assistant developer Finn.ai must be doing something right. Finn.ai earned a spot in Payment Canada’s pitch competition, Dragon’s Den, and was recognized over the summer by Capegemini’s global InnovatorsRace and at the VivaTech conference in Paris, France. Finn. ai also announced a few days ago that ATB Financial would use Finn.ai’s technology to offer its 700,000 customers the first, fully-featured, AI-powered virtual banking assistant on Facebook Messenger.

But in addition to making friends and influencing people, Finn.ai is raising capital, as well. The company raked in $3 million in new funding in October, and plans to use the financing to help add technical talent to its team, as well as support the company’s expansion in the U.S. and around the world. Banking industry veteran, Carrie Russell, who will join Finn.ai as Strategic Executive Adviser, noted the importance in helping banks “move beyond transactional banking to build deeper, more personal relationships with customers.” Russell added “I believe Finn.ai is the right partner to do this, acting as a proactive virtual assistant to help customers understand, plan and take action to improve their financial lives.”

The rest of our FinovateAsia Best of Show winners are listed below:

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FinovateAsia 2012Best of Show

Finovate Alumni News

On Finovate.com

  • More than $1 billion raised by 31 Finovate alums in Q3 2017.
  • Worldpay Makes Strategic Contribution to Featurespace’s $21.9 Million Funding Round.
  • HooYu to Provide ID Confirmation for UK’s Cars-as-a-Service easyCar Club.

Around the web

  • Actiance helps FinServ companies meet toughest MiFID II compliance challenges.
  • Finews.Asia features Finantix’s AI solution for wealth management.
  • Gemalto and Ledger join forces to provide security infrastructure for cryptocurrency based activities.
  • The Charlotte Observer names Jack Henry & Associates to Top Workplaces list for third consecutive year.
  • Diebold Nixdorf expands managed services portfolio with new offerings.
  • Kasasa now 5th largest banking branch network

This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Back to the Future with FinovateAsia 2012’s Best of Show Winners

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With a new round of fintech innovators less than a month away from taking the Finovate stage in Singapore, it’s a great time to review last year’s breakout performers.

Who were the winners (as determined by audience vote)? What did they present? And most importantly, what have they been up to in the weeks and months since?

To answer those questions and more, here’s a look at what’s new and notable from the Best of Show winners of FinovateAsia 2012.

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Who They Are: Specialists in peer-to-peer international money transfers, CurrencyFair presented an upgrade to the user interface for their MarketPlace screens.
Why They Won: Sending money abroad is fraught with cost and complication. CurrencyFair’s MarketPlace solution creates an online, person-to-person environment in which individuals can negotiate their own exchange rates with each other.
What They’ve Been Up To: 
  • Won” “Most Insightful & Intriguing Internet Innovation” award 
  • Reached $500 million in transactions
  • Presented their iPhone app at FinovateEurope
  • Listed among top “Middleweight Startups” at The Europas 2013
  • Won Best Irish Startup Award from The Next Web
  • Named Startup of the Day by The Daily Business Post
  • Won “Best of Show” at FinovateAsia 2012
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Who They Are: Finantix provides solutions to help banks, wealth managers, and advisors provide more and better advice and insight for their retail and high net worth clients
Why They Won: In presenting their Sharp digital banking platform, Finantix introduced a tool to change the way banks interact with their customers by introducing gamification, social and multimedia content, and natural language communication.
What They’ve Been Up To:

  • Partnered with VoiceTrust to bring voice biometrics to Finantix Banking Assistant
  • Launched Banking Assistant mobile app at FinovateEurope 2013
  • Won “Best of Show” at FinovateAsia 2012
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Who They Are: SocietyOne is the first fully-compliant peer-to-peer online lending platform in Australia.
Why They Won: With ClearMatch, SocietyOne effectively leveraged proven banking technologies into new applications in the peer-to-peer consumer lending business.
What They’ve Been Up To:

  • Reached $1 million in personal loans originated mark
  • Earned spot on Mozo’s VIP (Very Innovative Product) list for 2013
  • Won “Best of Show” at FinovateAsia 2012.
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Who They Are: Ubank is a division of NAB, the National Bank of Australia. Ubank operates as a branchless, Internet-only bank.
Why They Won: The introduction of Ubank’s People Like U solution reflects a growing trend in banks adding PFM and financial management tools for their customers. The solution takes an econographic approach to helping consumers understand their own spending patterns  in the context of their peers.
What They’ve Been Up To:
  • Won 2013 Webby award in Financial Services/Banking category
  • Won six Best of the Best 2013 awards from Money Magazine Australia
  • Won “Best of Show” at FinovateAsia 2012
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For more information about FinovateAsia 2013, returning to Singapore next month, visit our FinovateAsia 2013 page here.

FinovateEurope 2013 in the Press

Here’s a look at some of the press coverage we received from FinovateEurope last week:

AllFacebook
Money-Transfer Service Azimo Integrates with Facebook
By David Cohen
American Banker

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Cardlytics Brings Offers, Rewards to Bank Customers on Facebook
by Mary Wisniewski
True Office, Thomson Reuters Partner to Offer Gamified Compliance Apps
by Mary Wisniewski

Backbase blog
Backbase Unveils Amazon-like Digital Marketing Module at FinovateEurope 2013
by Prue Duggan

Bank Marketing Strategy
Moven From Mobile Banking to Mobile Money
by Jim Marous

Bankier.pl
mBank idzie za ciosem i pokazuje kolejne nowości
by Michał Kisiel 
Nowy mBank zapowiada mOkazje i przelewy wysyłane jak wiadomości

Banking Technology
Finovate Europe sees arrival of the Old Guard
by David Bannister
Temenos debuts LiveDesigner at Finovate Europe
by David Bannister

BankNXT
Finovate Europe 2013: Bank to the Future
by Auke Douwe

Berliner Morgenpost
SumUp will traditionelle Kassen abschaffen
by Jürgen Stüber

Computer World
Gamification trend could save banks from huge compliance fines
by Matthew Finnegan

Credit Union Times
Mobile Banking by Voice Next Up? Print Preview 
by Robert McGarvey

Datamonitor 
Finantix takes mobile banking to the next level

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Fresh from a $30m funding round, Kabbage looks beyond the US to launch its loans platform for UK SMEs
by Paul Sawers
SumUp demos its latest mobile-payments tech for Europe: Order a coffee simply by saying your name
by Paul Sawers
El Economista
BBVA participa en FinovateEurope entre ´startups´ europeas
El País blog
Móvil y banca en España
by Álvaro Martín Enríquez
Financial Times
Eye-opening options
by Peter Williams
Money app aimed at Facebook users
by Duncan Robinson
Triumph of technology
by Peter WIlliams
Finextra
Moven gears up for launch
Temenos unveils LiveDesigner tool for Web application development
The Currency Cloud API integrated into Salesforce and Sage 50
Forrester blog
Finovate Europe 2013: Bank to the Future
by Auke Douwe Veenstra
Finovate Europe 2013: Digital Financial Innovation
by Benjamin Ensor
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The Currency Cloud’s unique cross-border-payments-a-service capability available for leading enterprise software 
GoMo News
UK startup debuts mobile money app for Facebook
by Dave Evans
ICT journal
Huit innovations financières primées à Finnovate
by Hélène Lelièvre
Temenos étend sa gamme de solutions pour l’expérience utilisateur
by Bastien Brodard
Intelligent HQ
#Finovate NOW a new generation of Social Bankers
by Hayden Richards
FinTech News: #Finovate, #Gamification trends
by Hayden Richards
International Business Times
Sharing Money On Facebook Just Got Easier: Should Banks And PayPal Be Worried?
by Christopher Zara
Mapa Research
Finovate Day One Round Up
by Paul Merry
Finovate Day Two
by Joshua Grant
Money Marketing
Ian McKenna: New tech will drive down costs
by Ian McKenna
PandoDaily
Moven gives sneak peek of new mobile banking app
by Hamish McKenzie
Payments Journal
Kabbage Extends Its Small Business Funding Model To the UK
Payments Source
Cardlytics Searches for Issuer Adoption on Facebook
by John Adams
PR Web
Meniga Awarded its Second “Best of Show” Trophy at Finovate
Programmable Web
Integrate Cross-border, International Payments Processing with Currency Cloud’s XBPConnect API
by Eric Carter
Puls Biznesu blog
Taki będzie Nowy mBank
by EUGENIUSZ TWARÓG
RFP Connect
SAGE SA To Introduce BlackSwan Financial Platform at FinovateEurope 2013
Shiny, Shiny
Azimo lets you transfer money to your Facebook friends
By beccacaddy
Tamebay
Ezbob to expand to the US
By Chris Dawson
Kabbage announces UK launch at Finovate EU
by Chris Dawson
TechCrunch
Kabbage Brings Data-Focused Online Merchant Lending To The UK
by Leena Rao
Social Money Transfer Service Azimo Adds Facebook Integration To Squeeze Western Union
by Steve O’Hear
Telegraph
Now you can use Facebook for international currency transfers
By Justin Harper
The Next Web
Cardlytics’ transaction-linked ads for bank statements to get Facebook integration, as EU launch nears
by Paul Sawers
Open Bank Project aims to bring financial transparency to organizations with an API and Web 2.0
by Paul Sawers
P2P FX platform CurrencyFair announces $500m of transactions so far,
and vies fo $1bn in 2013 alone
By Paul Sawers
SumUp demos its latest mobile-payments tech for Europe: Order a coffee simply by saying your name
by Paul Sawers
TICBeat
BBVA triunfa con Stockbuzz, una app que analiza el IBEX35 en Twitter
by Miriam Castellanos
Travolution
Azimo claims first with Facebook funds transfer service
By Travolution
VentureBeat
Kabbage brings its quick fix loans to UK merchants
by Christina Farr
Thanks to everyone who came and helped make this year’s FinovateEurope the biggest yet.
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We will continue to add to this list throughout the next few weeks as new coverage is published. If we are missing press coverage or if you would like to add to the list, please contact julie@finovate.com with the link.

Finovate Alumni News– February 20, 2013

  • Finovate-F-Logo.jpgVoiceTrust and Finantix partner to provide voice-driven, secure mobile solutions.
  • Upstart Business Journal reports ShopKeep and LevelUp partner to keep up with the competition.
  • FamZoo introduces Family Pack of prepaid cards through partnership with TransCard.
  • Monitise collaborates with Blackberry & Permatabank to launch mobile payments service on Blackberry Messenger in Indonesia.
  • Lend Academy features Interview with New Prosper CEO Stephan Vermut.
  • SafetyPay partners with Computop to offer SafetyPay as part of its Paygate payment platform.
  • EnStream to enable the support of SecureKey’s authentication, identity & online payment solutions on mobile phones in Canada.
  • Virtual Piggy & WorldPay integrate to deliver youth payment solution internationally.
  • Luminous partners with Nihilent Technologies to sell Luminous’ solutions in India.
  • Tuition.io featured in this week’s Venture Capital program.
  • Mortgagebot expands space in Mequon with lease for new building.
  • PayPal to stop personal payments in Singapore on February 20 due to regulatory instructions.
  • iMore.com interviews Kashoo CEO Jim Secord at MacWorld|iWorld 2013.
  • TSYS announces acquisition of NetSpend in deal worth more than $1 billion.
  • ProfitStars announces year-over-year growth in P2P users, payments for its iPay Solutions service.
  • Metaforic’s product line now available for mobile apps written in Objective-C, the most commonly used language on iOS platform.
  • Delaware Online hails eDeposit as a boon for small businesses.
  • ACI Worldwide launches ACI Proactive Risk Manager to help FIs detect payment fraud.
  • Bazaarvoice builds new research and development unit, Bazaarvoice Media Labs.
  • Jack Henry & Associates add remote deposit capture to Android and iPhone versions of goDough app.
  • Opencart announces full integration of Klarna invoice and partial payment system.
This post will be updated throughout the day as news and developments emerge. You can also follow all the alumni news headlines on the Finovate Twitter account.

Finantix Debuts Banking Assistant, a Smart Banker in Your Pocket

This post is a part of our live coverage of FinovateEurope 2013.

Next, Finantix showcased Banking Assistant:

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“Banking Assistant is a smart banker in your pocket. It runs on mobile phones and tablets, and can understand commands and questions in natural language, written or spoken.
The app allows a bank’s customer to access intelligent information, launch transactions and receive useful advice in the most intuitive and effective way.
Banks can easily integrate the underlying engine in their existing apps and systems.
Banking Assistant is part of Finantix Sharp, a multi-channel platform for digital banking that introduces a fresh and engaging approach to customer interactions.”
Product Launch: February, 2013
HQ: Venice, Italy
Founded: January 1994
Website: finantix.com
Twitter: @finantix
Presenting Alessandro Tonchia (Founder & Director)
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Finantix Debuts Finantix Sharp Digital Banking Platform

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Concluding FinovateAsia 2012, Finantix launched Finantix Sharp:

“Finantix Sharp is a multi-channel platform for digital banking that introduces a new and exciting approach to customer interactions. Sales and service processes are made engaging, effective and paperless by applying user-friendly interfaces, gameful simulators, social and multimedia content, and natural language commands. Special focus is devoted to smooth collaboration of customers, banks and third parties in helping customers address their financial needs and reach their goals.” 

Product Launch: November 2012
HQ location: Venice, Italy
Founded: 1994
Website: finantix.com
Twitter@Finantix
Finovate demo video: Demo videos will be posted next week
Introducing Alessandro Tonchia (Director & Founder) and Jakub Downar (Pre-Sales Manager)

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Finovate Best of Show Winners: 2007 to Present

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We recently looked back at Finovate’s Best of Show Awards archives and wanted to share the list of the 41 award-winning companies.

Here’s the Best of Show history that stretches back to 2007, the inception of Finovate:

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Held October 2, 2007
Mint: Online PFM for individuals
Mortgagebot’s Mortgage Marvel: Mortgage marketplace
Prosper: P2P lending network
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Held April 29, 2008
First ROI (now BancVue): Develops products and services for community financial institutions
Jwaala: Provides software solutions to help financial institutions compete
Zecco: Online stock and options trading
Zopa: P2P lending network
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Held October 14, 2008
CheckFree: Online banking platform 
Credit Karma: Provides a free and easy way for consumers to understand, monitor and monetize their credit profile
Mint: Online PFM for individuals
Neosaej’s MoneyAisle: Platform where banks compete in live auctions for an individual consumer’s business 
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Held April 28, 2009
BillShrink (now Truaxis): Provides a free cost-savings tool that saves consumers money on everyday bills
Prosper: P2P lending platform
Silver Tail Systems: Predictive analytics to prevent fraud abuse
SimpliFi: A web service that allows anyone to create and update their own financial plan
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Held September 29, 2009
BancVue’s Kasasa: national checking/ savings account brand for community financial institutions
Credit.com: Provides free interactive tools, education, and unbiased comparisons of quality financial products and services
Digital Insight from Intuit: Provides on-demand banking services to help financial institutions serve clients
Silver Tail Systems: Provides online fraud detection platform 
Yodlee: Provides personalized financial solutions to financial institutions
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Held May 11, 2010
Bobber Interactive: Money management platform for youth
Expensify: Online and mobile expense report platform
oFlows (Purchased by Andera in 2011): Multichannel paperless solutions for account openings
Wikinvest: A platform for investors to share trading tips
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Held October 4-5, 2010
Betterment: Investment account for savings management 
BillShrink (now Truaxis): Loyalty rewards provider
Bundle: Provides socially informed money management for individuals
Dynamics: Produces and manufactures intelligent powered cards
oFlows (Purchased by Andera in 2011): Multichannel paperless solutions for account openings
PayNearMe: Cash transaction network for the underbanked
SecureKey: Token-based authentication technology
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Held February 1, 2011
eToro: Social investment network
Finantix: Provides sales and advice solutions for financial services 
Liqpay: Payments platform
Meniga: Online PFM for financial institutions
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Held May 10-11, 2011
BancVue: Develops products and services for community financial institutions
BankOns: Mobile app offering consumers real-time savings at local merchants
Dwolla: Online, mobile, and social peer-to-peer payment platform
oFlows (Purchased by Andera in 2011): Multichannel paperless solutions for account openings
Mitek Systems: Provides apps for smartphones that allow users to deposit checks and pay bills via their devices’ cameras
PayNearMe: Cash transaction network for the underbanked
Wikinvest: A platform for investors to share trading tips
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Held September 20-21, 2011
BillGuard: People-powered antivirus for bills
Dynamics:  produces and manufactures intelligent powered cards
eToro: Social investment network
FamZoo: Online “virtual family Bank”
FeeFighters: Platform that simplifies the process of choosing a merchant account provider
LearnVest: Online PFM for women
Offermatic: Targeted online offers provider
oFlows (Purchased by Andera in 2011): Multichannel paperless solutions for account openings
Personal Capital: Online financial advisor helping people manage their investments
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Held February 2, 2011
Cardlytics: Transaction-based rewards
Dynamics: produces and manufactures intelligent powered cards
eToro: Social investment network
Nutmeg: Online investment manager that democratizes saving and investing

Alumni News — Week of May 16, 2011

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Bill.com
Practical Ecommerce listed Bill.com as 1 of 19 tools for online bookkeeping and invoicing Link


BrightScope
BrightScope announced the top 10 commodities funds held in America’s 401k plans Link
Frazier & Deeter, FD Alliance, BrightScope and SignatureFD conducted a national webinar on BrightScope’s tool that rates employee benefit plans. Link 
ClairMail

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ClairMail reported record growth with a record number of customer acquisitions and a 300% increase in user growth Link  
eRollover
eRollover announced its Facebook Early Retirement Vacation Sweepstakes Link
Finantix
Wealth Management 360 highlighted Finantix’s Finovate Europe demo Link

Intuit
Intuit reported an increase of internet banking users by 9% and bill pay users by 23% Link
iPay Technologies

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iPay Technologies reached 1 Million users of its P2P electronic payment service, with almost 8 million payments processed to date Link
Kapitall
Kapitall implemented an alert system for current news on stocks and funds. These new alerts will keep users informed and will link directly to Kapitall’s analytical tools for a quick understanding of changes. Link
Kashoo

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Practical Ecommerce listed Kashoo as 1 of 19 tools for online bookkeeping and invoicing  Link
Kashoo was selected by IDC as one of Canada’s Top 10 cloud companies to watch Link

On Deck Capital
Tech Crunch reported On Deck Capital’s announcement of the On Deck Score, a credit score for small businesses. This program seeks to fix the problem of businesses borrowing money as consumers http://tcrn.ch/kNjGX6 Link
Outright.com
Practical Ecommerce listed Outright.com as 1 of 19 tools for online bookkeeping and invoicing Link

SecondMarket 
SecondMarket experienced $115M in private stock sales during Q1 Link

TradeKing
TradeKing ranked number four in customer service for the second consecutive year in the Annual Broker Survey by Wall Street Journal’s magazine, SmartMoney Link 
Wonga

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Wired UK mag covered Wonga’s disruptive process of making borrowing money completely automatic. Are they transforming personal finance? Link
Wonga should have won of Startup 100 Awards, not Spotify Link

eToro, Finantix, Liqpay.com and Meniga Win Best of Show at FinovateEurope

Finovate_FEU_2011_BestofShow.pngIt was a fantastic day at the first FinovateEurope as 35 banking and financial technology companies debuted their latest innovations in front of a packed house. It was the first Finovate without at least one demo blowing up, though there were a couple close calls.

At the end of the day, attendees voted for their three favorite products. The four leading vote getters were named FinovateEurope “Best of Show” (see notes on methodology).
Every company that presented was named Best of Show by some portion of the audience. But the ones that ended on top today were as follows (in alphabetic order):

  • eToro launched OpenBook (CopyTrade & CopyTrader) which allows
    users to follow & copy trades of other users
  • Finantix introduced a suite of iPad applications for financial
    advisors to use in face-to-face client discussion
  • Liqpay.com showed its new “$hop app” which allows a bank’s small business customers to easily set up a Facebook shop for ecommerce
  • Meniga 

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    demoed its personal financial manager with an added gaming layer that combined humor with “social curiosity,” for example, to compare spending to peers

Congratulations! And thanks to everyone who presented, sponsored, attended and followed the @finovate tweets.

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Notes on methodology:

1. Only audience members not associated with demoing companies were eligible to vote. Finovate employees did not vote.
2. Attendees were encouraged to note their favorites as the day went on. Ballots were turned in at the end of the last demo session. The exact written instructions given to attendees:
“Please rate (the companies) on the basis of demo quality and potential impact of the innovation they demoed. Note: Ballots with more than three companies circled will not be counted.”

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