Nivo Shortlisted for UK FinTech Awards

January 1, 2024
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Leading FinTech communications provider, Nivo, is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted as a finalist in three categories in the 2024 UK FinTech Awards; Banking Tech of the Year, LendTech of the Year, and RegTech of the Year.  

Nivo transforms the way financial services firms communicate with their customers through its Verified Identity Messaging (VIM) technology. Banks, building societies, lenders, brokers and their partners can streamline onboarding and complex servicing processes through its message-based solution that offers bank-standard security, biometric ID verification, instant messaging, e-signing, document upload and Open Banking capabilities.

Nivo replaces paper, post, email, and other time-wasting and unsecure channels, allowing financial services firms to design a better, safer service for customers and third parties. Furthermore, by eliminating time-consuming legacy channels, firms not only save time and money, but they can process much higher volumes and do more business. 

The UK FinTech Awards are organised by FinTech Intel, the global market intelligence platform for financial services technology. The awards were developed to celebrate the FinTech community, and the achievements and successes of the UK’s best and brightest financial technology firms.

Nivo's selection as a finalist in three categories at the 2024 Awards underscores its leadership in the industry. This recognition validates Nivo's commitment to providing cutting-edge digital banking solutions that enhance operational efficiency and security for financial institutions, solidifying its position as a FinTech innovator.

Michael Common, Nivo CEO, comments: “It is great to be recognised as finalists in the UK FinTech Awards across three significant categories. This achievement reflects the hard work and dedication of our talented team as we continue to push on our mission to connect consumers and financial providers around the world with ease”.

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