Ultimate Fintech Awards 2021: Voting Is Now Open!

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

The Ultimate Fintech Awards 2021 are well underway with nominations completed and voting now open! The published results will provide traders with a high standard of brokers for their region, language, platform, instruments or partnership requirements.

Ultimate Fintech Awards

Head over to the Ultimate Fintech Awards site to check out the nominations and cast your vote. The Ultimate Fintech Leaders List will be the industry index of winners.

Vote now and let your clients, partners and affiliates know they can vote for you too!

VOTE NOW

1. There are a range of awards to be won in specific categories of Global Awards, Regional Awards and Country Awards.
2. The voting round has begun and runs until 25 May 2021. During this time subscribed and logged in users will be able to cast one vote.
3. Make sure you are subscribed and logged in.
4. VOTE! Remember though, you can only vote once, and all votes will be verified.

The biggest names in the finance and fintech sector are in the running for an award. Will your broker take a coveted title?

DISPLAY YOUR AWARD

The Ultimate Fintech Awards give brokers the opportunity to show they have been recognised by an established organisation and voted by real traders. You can display your award to attract and retain traders. Display your award logo:

  • On your website
  • On social media
  • Through PR and newswires
  • Via an email newsletter
  • At events and industry publications

The awards began in February 2021 and will run until June 2021 when the winners will be announced on June 10. Winners will be granted a coveted place on The Ultimate Fintech Leaders List, accessible globally to traders, partners and institutions.

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