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Written by Rachel Polglase Published: July 31 2019 Press Release
Cashwerkz has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2018 Fintech Business Awards for the Investment Innovator of the Year category. Now in its second consecutive year, the Fintech Business Awards recognises the individual and company excellence of Australia’s top financial technology players as well as the industry’s most promising, up-and-coming talent.
Established in 2014, Cashwerkz has developed a trusted, reliable and secure online platform for cash investing, to seamlessly manage and transact within a range of defensive assets offered, including term deposits, bonds and other third party opportunities from a variety of Australian banks and financial institutions. Combining identity verification management and a streamlined application procedure, together with an efficient rollover and switching process at maturity, Cashwerkz provides all investors with an intelligent and transparent cash investment and management solution.
Hector Ortiz, Cashwerkz CEO, confirmed he was excited and humbled by the nomination especially in the first year of entry. “Cashwerkz’s recognition for our excellent contribution to the investment community reinforces our mission to help streamline the cash investment process and provide Australian investors with more choice to make the most of their cash investments.”
Winners in the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted Fintech Business Excellence Award, which recognises an individual’s outstanding contribution to the fintech industry.
“Following the success of the inaugural Fintech Business Awards in 2017, we are encouraged by the overwhelming number of submissions and the quality of finalists for the 2018 awards program,” said Fintech Business managing editor Aleks Vickovich.
“The high calibre of finalists to this awards program reflects the maturity and success rapidly emerging in the Australian fintech sector. We are proud to highlight the innovation and leadership in this important business community.”
For more information, please visit www.ifa.com.au/news/18878-finalists-announced-for-fintech-business-awards. Other finalists in this category include Acorns Australia, Aleda Capital, Atlas Wealth Management, AtlasTrend, Funding.com, InvoiceX, OnMarket, Praemium, Sharesight and Six Park.
The winners will be announced on Thursday, 22 March, at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.