Following a strong year of growth in 2017, Katipult has been nominated for the FinTech Startup of the Year Award at the 3rd Annual Canadian FinTech & Artificial Intelligence Awards.
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Katipult has been selected alongside Canada’s premiere fintech participants to showcase our technology solution to over 8,000 decision makers all around the world at Sibos 2017. Katipult was chosen by a selection committee that includes representatives from Canada’s largest banks, fintech experts, as well as the National Research Council Industrial Research Assistance Program.
Brock Murray (CEO) and Pheak Meas (COO) of Katipult, a SaaS company that enables firms to design, setup, and manage an investment crowdfunding, Peer to Peer lending, or investor management platform, has been named a finalist in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in the Emerging Technology category in Prairies. Brock and Pheak founded Katipult in May 2014 and have since grown the company in over 20 countries with staff across four continents.
Money 20/20 came to Copenhagen, Denmark June 26th-28th and attracted over 6,000 attendees which places it among Europe's largest Fintech events. The momentum signals a growing regional interest in investment crowdfunding, peer to peer lending, investor management, robo advisors, cross border money flows, cryptocurrency and blockchain.
Katipult is honored to add the FinTech Breakthrough Award to the growing list of distinctions that it has received this year. With over 3,000 nominations for the FinTech Breakthrough Awards the competition was extremely tough, particularly in the lending categories. The awards are determined by a panel of impartial senior-level judges, which included analysts, journalists, and technology executives who have worked in the industry.
On January 15th, 2017, the Canadian Consulate of Hong Kong brought the top 6 Canadian Fintech companies from Canada to Hong Kong to learn about the local markets, develop key business contacts, meet with institutions and regulatory bodies, and tour HK’s newest Fintech centers. It was a great experience full of networking, pitching, partnerships, and how our Katipult solution can be applied to this dynamic market.