UF AWARDS MEA 2023: The Industry’s Standard of Excellence

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

Nominate your brand for a prestigious fintech award

Making headlines with last year’s edition of UF AWARDS, Ultimate Fintech, the top-tier marketing agency and organiser of the industry-famed iFX EXPO, announces the launch of the UF AWARDS MEA 2023.

The UF AWARDS have been regarded as the standard of excellence and distinction for B2B and B2C brands that spearhead innovation and groundbreaking achievements in the online trading and fintech landscape. The UF AWARDS MEA 2023 carry this legacy forward by honouring excellence across the Middle East and Africa. 

Nominations Open Now for UF AWARDS MEA 2023

Brands eager to stand out from the crowd in various categories can register via the Ultimate Fintech website and fill in the nomination form before the 16th of December.

With so many market participants eager to attain recognition in today’s ultra-competitive marketplace, getting nominated for one or more UF Awards is one of the highest privileges that fintech industry players can enjoy and a stride towards receiving industry acknowledgement.

The Award Categories 

The UF AWARDS MEA 2023 are designed to crown the achievements of the best brokers and financial technology providers in the Middle East and Africa. With the MEA region emerging as the next Mecca for financial services and fintech innovation in recent years, the time for launching the UF AWARDS MEA 2023 could not have been more appropriate. View the full list of award categories here and nominate your brand in the categories that align with your business strengths.

A Special Place for the Industry Elite

Some of the titles that could propel your brokerage or fintech brand to the vanguard of the industry include:

  • Best Broker – Middle East
  • Best Mobile Trading App – Middle East
  • Most Transparent Broker – Africa
  • Fastest Growing Broker – Africa


  • Best Crypto Liquidity Provider – MEA
  • Best Trading Platform – MEA
  • Best Payment Service Provider – MEA
  • Best Technology Provider – MEA

The winners will be selected based on clearly defined criteria targeting service quality, product offering and industry know-how. If you’re looking to increase your visibility and standing industry-wide, winning an UF title is the best way to achieve it.

Join the excitement of the UF AWARDS MEA 2023!

The advantages that an UF Award can bring you are multifold. Passing through the sieve of a high-calibre organisation such as Ultimate Fintech and winning their acclaim is a merit that never goes unnoticed.

Not only will you raise brand awareness but will also gain a hot spot on the industry’s global radar, distinguishing yourself as “the best” in the business. 

Lastly, winning an UF Award will boost your clientele’s confidence in your products and services, strengthening your company’s footprint in the international market. 

How does it work?

During the Nomination Round, all applications are carefully reviewed, vetted, and approved. To participate, companies must first fill out the Nomination Form available on the Ultimate Fintech website. Interested brands are encouraged to nominate themselves in the categories they are strongest in. 

Next, the entire industry will be asked to cast their ballots in the Voting Round. To eliminate suspicions of bias, Ultimate Fintech has created a public voting system, which will be available on the website from the 20th of December until the 10th of January. Only subscribed and logged in users will be able to cast their vote. 

The winners will be announced on the 18th of January 2023, the last day of the iFX EXPO Dubai, all the more reason to submit your nomination and compete for an UF Award MEA!

Save the date

16 December 2022 Nominations Round Closes
20 December 2022 – 10 January 2023 Voting Round
18 January 2023 UF AWARDS MEA 2023 Ceremony


Ready to shine? The UF AWARDS MEA 2023 give you the chance to stand out from the crowd. Don’t miss out! Register now to nominate your brand.

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