Cyberport FinTech Companies Bag 13 Awards at Inaugural FinTech Awards 2017

Hong Kong, 30 January 2018 – 13 FinTech companies from Cyberport have won 13 awards at the inaugural FinTech Awards 2017, which is organised by the professional financial information platform, ET Net, to recognise financial innovation excellence of local FinTech companies that have been established for fewer than two years. Awards were given out across nine categories to international banks, distinguished insurance companies, established financial institutions as well as outstanding FinTech start-ups.
“We are both delighted and proud that the innovations and accomplishments of Cyberport’s FinTech start-ups are being recognised by major industry partners,” said Dr Lee George Lam, Chairman of Cyberport. “The start-ups’ ingenuity and dedication to financial innovation show what our young entrepreneurs can achieve when they are a member of the right community and ecosystem.”

Dr Lam added, “Seeing the recent success of Hong Kong’s FinTech development, with a strong community of over 250 FinTech companies, Cyberport will continue to bolster Hong Kong’s FinTech ecosystem to provide a fertile ground for all to kick start, succeed, and scale. We will continue to strengthen our collaborations with industry partners, regulators and other stakeholders to ensure that FinTech’s value-adding benefits are shared to bring greater economic value. This will reinforce Hong Kong’s standing as the FinTech hub of Asia and ensure our place in the new economy.”

The 13 winning FinTech start-ups represent six FinTech domains, including Insurance, Cybersecurity, Lending, Payment, Wealth Investment & Management, Money Transfer/ FX and Universities. This is a good demonstration of the strength and diversity of the Cyberport’s FinTech community. The Cyberport community provides start-ups a close and dynamic network of like-minded innovators from around the world, as well as various programmes, investor connections, events, and networking activities to fuel their growth.

 

13 FinTech companies from Cyberport have won 13 awards at the inaugural FinTech Awards 2017, represent six FinTech domains, including Insurance, Cybersecurity, Lending, Payment, Wealth Investment & Management, Money Transfer/ FX  Universities.

Cyberport FinTech companies award list in FinTech Awards 2017:

FinTech Awards 2017 in Insurance:

 Outstanding Blockchain Platform in Insurance
Galileo Platforms Ltd. | www.galileoplatforms.com/
 Outstanding Insurance Product Decoder
10Life |  https://10life.com/tc/landing.php

FinTech Awards 2017 in Lending:

 Outstanding Online Invoice Trading Platform
Velotrade Management Ltd. | www.velotrade.com
 Outstanding SME Financial Platform
Qupital Ltd. | http://landing.qupital.com/chinese/

FinTech Awards 2017 in Payment:

 Outstanding Digital Wallet
TNG FinTech Group | www.tngfintech.com/en/home

FinTech Awards 2017 in Wealth Investment and Management:

 Outstanding AI-powered & Web-Based Asset Management Platform
Kristal.AI | https://kristal.ai/hkg/
 Outstanding Cloud-Based Analytics Platform
HedgeSPA Ltd. | www.hedgespa.com
 Outstanding External Asset Manager Solutions
Prive Managers | http://en.privemanagers.com/
 Outstanding Intelligent Financial Management Mobile Application
Gini | www.gini.co/
 Outstanding Web Based Hedge Funds Management Platform
Hedge Vista Ltd. | www.hedgevista.com

FinTech Awards 2017 in Monet Transfer/ FX:

 Outstanding Digital Cross Border Money Transfer Service
InstaReM Ltd.| www.instarem.com
 Outstanding Money Transfer Platform
Midpoint | https://midpoint.com/MPT

FinTech Awards 2017 in Universities:

 FinTech Awards 2017 in Universities –
Silver Theatre Entertainment, The University of Hong Kong (One of the winning teams of Cyberport University Partnership Programme 2017)

SHARE THIS STORY

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

RELATED POSTS

How to Invest in the Cannabis Industry

How to Invest in the Cannabis Industry

Despite cannabis (also known as weed or marijuana) being illegal in a large part of the world, the global cannabis market was worth US$28.26 billion in 2021 and is expected to grow to US$197.74 billion by 2028. Gone are the days when venture capital firms would dismiss cannabis companies as problematic investments.

Why Crypto Markets Crash and 5 Ways Investors Can Deal

Why Crypto Markets Crash and 5 Ways Investors Can Deal

With more and more people holding cryptocurrencies today, the crypto crash of May 2022 has had severe financial consequences. Reliable currencies, including Bitcoin and Ether, met a terrible fate, as did stablecoins, amounting to losses of over US$300 billion.

How Lemi Is Helping Small Businesses Reach Their Customers

How Lemi Is Helping Small Businesses Reach Their Customers

Starting a business isn’t easy. From finding raw materials and making your products to actually reaching the right customer base, everything takes a lot of time and energy. Even though this process is so hard, a lot of people venture out and start their own businesses, so much so that small business enterprises (SMEs) make up 90% of the world’s businesses.

What Is CateCoin and Is It Legit

What Is CateCoin and Is It Legit?

At a time when meme coins, like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, are enjoying immense popularity, another cryptocurrency has been laying the groundwork to compete with them: CateCoin.

Companies that Might Accept Crypto Payments in 2022

Companies that Might Accept Crypto Payments in 2022

The cryptocurrency industry is growing rapidly, and with that growth comes increased interest from companies looking to accept crypto payments. While there are already a few major companies that accept cryptocurrency payments, like Microsoft and PayPal, many more are considering following suit.