Nivo wins the Asset Finance Connect ‘Fintech Innovator’ Award for the Second Year Running

June 26, 2023
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Fintech leaders Nivo have won the Asset Finance Connect (AFC) ‘Fintech Innovator’ Award for the second year in a row. The award recognises the brightest and most innovative disruptors who are challenging the status quo and shaping the future of the Asset Finance industry. 

Nivo is focused on transforming UK lending and broking businesses, shaping the way customers, lenders, and intermediaries interact. Its app-based solutions offer features including biometric ID verification, secure, instant messaging technology which replaces paper, post, email, and other time-wasting and unsecure channels, allowing providers to design a better, safer service for customers and third parties. Nivo’s technology can be white-labelled or integrated into an existing mobile app, meaning all financial providers can gain a 5* rated, bank-standard secure mobile app, under its own brand.

Nivo are keen to share their insights on AI’s impact in the Asset Finance industry and Nivo co-founder, Mat Elliot, delivered a captivating presentation to the Asset Finance Connect Conference guests on Nivo’s cutting edge and transformative AI initiatives.

Damon Williams, Sales Director of Nivo, said: “A year is a long time in fintech so were delighted to win this award for innovation for a second year running. Technology is drastically changing the way brokers, funders and customers do business, particularly in terms of communication and ID verification solutions. By automating processes which were previously slow and resource heavy, businesses are able to release their highly skilled staff from repetitive and boring tasks and instead set them to work adding value in ways only humans can. This technological transformation is helping many of our customers to grow their businesses and we would like to thank them and Asset Finance Connect for their support.”

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