Western Union Business Solutions has been confirmed as the drinks reception sponsor at the FinTech Innovation Awards, the annual celebration of the most innovative financial technology projects and pioneers.
Western Union Business Solutions is a market leader in international payments, making them an ideal partner for the FIAs. Their innovative technology, infrastructure and compliance framework enables their partners to send mass international payments globally and enables financial institutions to retain customers and drive wallet share by delivering a robust suite of international payment solutions to their end customers.
Kerry Agiasotis, President at Western Union Business Solutions: “Western Union Business Solutions is delighted to be sponsoring these prestigious awards. FinTech is changing the landscape for financial services and we are proud to play our part by offering innovative solutions and being a partner to business to enable them to grow and invest internationally. As a leading global payment provider, we are passionate about bringing the best and most trusted products and services to market.”
The 2016 FIAs will be held on the 13th of April at The Brewery in east London. This isn’t a celebration to be missed— contact Stephen McMaugh at +44 (0) 208 080 9164 or email@example.com to learn more about attending. Tables do remain, but space is limited — book now to avoid disappointment!
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