FStech Awards 2020 winners revealed

In a first ‘virtual’ ceremony last night, due to the Coronavirus ban on mass gatherings, the FStech Awards 2020 winners were announced online.

Lloyds Banking Group got two trophies, for Best Banking IT Team and Best Use of Mobile, while JPMorgan and JPMorgan Asset Management also scooped a double, for Best Use of IT in Wholesale & Investment Banking and Best Trading System.

The 20th edition of the FinTech industry’s biggest celebration was due to take place at the Marriott Grosvenor Square, but instead comedian Andrew Ryan announced the winners via a website streaming video.

All the evening’s victorious companies are listed below:

1. Best Use of Data & Analytics

2. Best Use of IT in Retail Banking & Insurance
ACI Worldwide

3. Best Use of IT in Wholesale & Investment Banking
JPMorgan ETF Capital Markets Monitor

4. Best Trading System
JPMorgan Asset Management

5. Best Banking IT Team
Lloyds Banking Group

7. Best Use of Technology in Customer Service
Octopus Choice

8. Best Customer Experience
ANNA by Wirecard

9. Best Use of Mobile
Lloyds Banking Group

10. Open Banking Product or Service of the Year

11. Anti-fraud Solution of the Year
Revolut and Couchbase

12. Cyber Security Solution of the Year

13. Compliance or RegTech Project of the Year
Deutsche Bank and HCL

14. Digital Transformation Project of the Year

15. Blockchain Project of the Year

16. Cryptocurrency Innovation of the Year

17. Partnership or Collaboration of the Year
BNP Paribas and Kantox

18. Payments Innovation of the Year

19. Financial Sector Innovation of the Year

20. Cloud Computing Innovation of the Year

21. Risk Management Software of the Year

22. Most Innovative Product of the Year

23. Technology Provider of the Year

24. Most Disruptive Financial Sector Technology

25. Consumer Finance Product of the Year

26. FinTech or InsurTech Startup of the Year
Salad Money

27. FinTech Investment Deal of the Year
Santander InnoVentures

28. Financial Inclusion Award
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