Payments Awards 2023 winners announced

Mastercard, Zilch and Starling Bank were among those to scoop up awards at last night’s annual Payments Awards ceremony in Central London.

Now in its 11th year, guests met for a glitzy gala dinner at the Marriott Grosvenor Square to celebrate excellence and innovation in the payments space.

Other stand-out winners on the night included HSBC UK, which won two awards, and HyperJar which also took home two awards.

All the evening’s winners are as follows:

Best Online Payments Solution – Consumer

Best Online Payments Solution – Merchant
WINNNER: Cashflows

Best Mobile Payments Solution
WINNER: HyperJar

Best In-store Payments Solution
WINNER: SBI Cards Tap & Pay powered by Comviva

Consumer Anti-Fraud Solution of the Year
WINNER: Mastercard

Merchant Anti-Fraud Solution of the Year
WINNER: Signifyd

Security Solution of the Year

Payments Compliance Technology of the Year

Most Disruptive Payments Technology

Payments Startup of the Year
WINNER: Monavate

Payment Technology Provider of the Year – SME

Payment Technology Provider of the Year – Large Enterprise
WINNER: MTN & Ericsson

Best Merchant Acquirer or Processor Best Merchant Acquirer or Processor – Sponsored by Signifyd
WINNER: Fiserv

Best Cross-Border Payments Infrastructure
WINNER: Paysafe

Best Cross-Border Payments Service
WINNER: MiFinity

Currency Exchange of the Year

Lending Initiative of the Year
WINNER: Capital on Tap

Money Management Platform of the Year
WINNER: HyperJar

B2B Payments Innovation of the Year 

Best Alternative Payments Solution – Sponsored by OpenPayd

Payments Marketing Campaign of the Year 

Blockchain or Cryptocurrency Initiative of the Year
WINNER: Clear Junction

Open Banking Initiative of the Year

WINNER: Payit by NatWest

Payments Infrastructure Award
WINNER: TerraPay

Payments Innovation of the Year – Sponsored by Cashflows
WINNER: Modern World Business Solutions

Social Inclusion Project of the Year

WINNER: Starling Bank

Payments Pioneer Award
WINNER: Alex Mifsud, Weavr

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