FStech awards 2022 are open for entries

The 22nd annual FStech Awards are now open for entries, with a deadline of 19 November 2021 to get your company in the running.

The black tie gala ceremony will take place on 17th March 2022 at the London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square, and will honour the brightest and best of the industry.

The awards are open to companies wishing to enter their teams for 28 categories ranging from Best Use of Data & Analytics and Compliance or RegTech Project of the Year to Digital Transformation Project of the Year and FinTech Investor Deal of the Year.

Join FStech to celebrate excellence and innovation within the UK and European financial services tech sector.

View the full list of categories or find out more on how to enter.

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