Katipult, an industry leading fintech company, has been selected as one of the finalists in this years Fintech Awards at the Singapore Fintech Festival by an expert panel of judges.
This year’s finalists were selected from 210 submissions, including the nine winners from the ASEAN PitchFest, representing a cross-section of the growing FinTech community, including organizations from insurance, digital payments, and cybersecurity.
Katipult has earned a spot among the finalists thanks to Katipult’s investment platform allowing financial institutions to implement digital processes and do away with the inefficient practices that still plague many organizations.
Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) is the world’s largest FinTech festival and a global platform for the FinTech community. Last year the festival drew more than 30,000 participants comprising of FinTech players, entrepreneurs, policy makers and financial industry leaders. You can read more about the last year's fintech trends in this article.
The Festival is organised by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in partnership with The Association of Banks in Singapore and in collaboration with SingEx Holdings.
The FinTech Awards recognize innovative financial technology solutions that have been implemented/deployed by FinTech companies, financial institutions, and technology companies. The evaluation criteria take into account the impact, interoperability, practicality and uniqueness of the solutions presented. The awards seek to support the growth of the most innovative solutions in fintech, both regionally and globally by providing innovators a platform to share their vision. As one of the festival's finalists, Katapult will be one of the organizations exhibiting at the Singapore FinTech Festival.
Commenting on the announcement, our CEO, Brock Murray, said: “Our team is excited to have been recognized for the work we’ve done in enabling financial institutions to solve of problems through innovative technological solutions. We believe that by making investing and fundraising process simpler we can fundamentally transform the way investing is done. Getting the opportunity to be recognized on a stage as large as the SFF is certainly a sign that we’re moving in the right direction.”