Voting Round Open for Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022

Voting is now open for the Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022 so the FinTech industry can cast its vote for the best-in-show brokers and B2B service providers.

There are just a few simple steps to cast your vote for the Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022:

How to Vote

  1. Click here to go to the awards page on the Ultimate Fintech website.

  2. Login with existing information or register for a new account.

  3. Scroll through Broker, Regional and B2B Awards sections to reveal all the awards categories.

  4. Select the company in each category for whom you want to cast your vote.

  5. Click the submit button to cast your vote.

Reminder: only one vote is permitted per person, so discretion is highly advised.

Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022 Voting Round

The Nominees

All nominees are now visible on the website, listed in each of the categories.

Broker Awards

Find out who is battling for popular broker titles like Best Crypto CFDs Broker, Most Transparent Broker or Best Global Broker.

Regional Broker Awards

See the best brokers across the world, from Asia to Europe to Africa, in categories such as Best Customer Support and Best IB Programme.

B2B Awards

Find out who is in the running for the most prestigious titles among B2B service providers, such as Payment Service Providers to Best Platform to Best Bridge Solutions.

Ultimate Fintech extends a hearty thank you to all who participated in the nomination round and congratulates all finalists who will be competing for the Ultimate Fintech Awards.

Next Key Dates

June 1                                            Voting period closes

June 9                                            Winners announced on the final night of the iFX EXPO

There is only one week to go for the voting round, which means the next seven days are the perfect time to make your voice heard. While there’s only one vote per person, you can cast one vote per category.

Ready to make your choice? Vote here.

Gabriel Sherman
Gabriel joined the team at DailyForex in 2020. Gabriel had previously worked as the national sales manager for a payment processing company, where he edited the marketing materials. After obtaining a degree in Communications from the Interdisciplinary Center of Herzliya, Gabriel helped mortgage and insurance brokers and fintech companies become authorized by the Financial Conduct Authority, and edited the company website and documents.