We are excited to announce that we have been named as a finalist and Ruban d’Honneur winner in this year’s European Business Awards.
With over 33,000 businesses from 34 countries entering the competition, we are proud to be the only UK financial technology business to reach the shortlist for the ‘Business of the Year Award with Turnover of €26-150m’ and are one of just 110 finalists Europe-wide.
Ruban d’Honneur winners are named by an independent panel of judges as Europe’s most dynamic and exciting businesses.
It was our micro-investing technology impulseSave® and continued growth that first caught the judge’s eyes. With over £70 million of tops ups using impulseSave®, our technology which enables investors to top up their Pension, ISA and GIAs with as little as £1 from smart devices. We’ve also seen a 133% increase in profits to £12.4 million since 2013 and a 106% increase in turnover to £56.7 million in the same period. We truly impressed the judges.
CEO of the European Business Awards, Adrian Tripp said: “to survive in this economic climate is hard enough, so to innovate, prosper and grow as this year’s Ruban d’Honneur recipients have is truly remarkable.”
Commenting on the achievement, Managing Partner, David Harrison said: “This is one of the toughest business awards to win, so to be the only UK financial technology firm in the final and winning special recognition from the judges with the Ruban d’Honneur is outstanding. With over two million clients, 20% of financial advisers using our technology and £5 billion in our own investment funds. We’ve got a great chance of winning the European Business Awards for the UK.”
Winners of the 11 categories will be announced on 4th May at the Gala Final.
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