Winners Announced at LendIt Fintech Industry Awards

LendIt Fintech has announced the winners of the fifth annual LendIt Fintech Industry Awards.

The awards announcement coincided with an event in Miami, Florida that incorporated a gala dinner. Following the conclusion of the second day of the inaugural Nexus Dealmakers Summit, the Awards brought together leading fintechs, banks, and investors for an evening of celebration and networking.

Bo Brustkern, LendIt Fintech co-founder and CEO. commented:

“Our mission at LendIt Fintech has always been to provide a medium for sharing ideas, a forum for networking and dealmaking, and a much-needed platform for celebrating the achievements of the financial services community. This year we are delighted to yet again shine a light on the work being done by fintech innovators and influencers from around the world. After two years apart, the opportunity to come together in person, to recognize and applaud our peers, is one that everyone truly appreciated. The 2022 Awards was a tightly run race with over 500 world-class entries. Congratulations to all of the finalists, and of course especially to the well-deserving winners!”

Below are the LendIt Fintech Industry Award winners, per category:

  • CryptoFin – Cross River
  • Emerging Fintech Company (Best New Fintech) – Atomic
  • Emerging Lending Platform – Wisetack
  • Excellence in Financial Inclusion – Tricolor
  • Executive of the Year – Scott Sanborn, LendingClub
  • Fintech Innovator of the Year – Nubank
  • Fintech Woman of the Year – Luvleen Sidhu, BM Technologies
  • Innovation in Digital Banking – Plaid
  • Most Promising Partnership – Ocrolus & Plaid
  • Top Consumer Lending Platform – LendingClub
  • Top Real Estate Platform – LendInvest
  • Top Service Provider – Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
  • Top Small Business Lending Platform – SmartBiz Loans
  • Top Technology Service Provider – Amount

Atomic, the emerging Fintech winner and a firm that provides an innovative investing-as-a-service API, said it was honored to be named the Best New Fintech. CEO David Dindi stated:

“This prize reflects upon the hard work and dedication of Atomic’s founding team, as well as the vision of Anthemis, QED Partners, Y Comibinator, and SoftBank, whose backing during the company’s recent Series A round made this success possible. We wish to thank Lendit and the fintech community for this honor.”

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