Skip to main content

TIQK Shortlisted for the Prestigious 2018 Fintech Business Awards

By 22 February 2018News

TIQK CEO Steve Thomson said he was honoured that the team at TIQK had been shortlisted as a finalist in the “Compliance
Innovation” and “Fintech Start-up Business” categories for the prestigious 2018 Fintech Business Awards.

Mr Thomson said, “It is gratifying that our team has been recognised for all their hard work to date and are in the running to take out two of Australia’s top industry awards.

“Our real-time automated compliance platform maximises innovative technologies to enable organisations to accelerate risk mitigation, monitoring, and compliance. Our long-term product vision is that TIQK is the platform that automates best-practice compliance across an organisation.

“When TIQK was born in 2016, we pulled together a team of people who could provide both the technical expertise and the credible networks to open the doors of potential enterprise clients.

“We believe our people have given TIQK a key advantage in our ability to showcase our platform at the highest levels, to communicate the value of our platform to clients, and to advise our world class development team on product design.

“Our priorities over the coming year is to further deepen our relationship with clients by automating more of their compliance processes as we build out our product vision to be the platform that automates best-practice compliance across an organisation,” Mr Thomson said.

Now in its second consecutive year, the Fintech Business Awards recognises the individual and company excellence of Australia’s top financial technology players as well as the industry’s most promising, up-and-coming talent.

Winners in the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted Fintech Business Excellence Award, which recognises an individual’s outstanding contribution to the fintech industry.

“Following the success of the inaugural Fintech Business Awards in 2017, we are encouraged by the overwhelming number of submissions and the quality of finalists for the 2018 awards program,” said Fintech Business managing editor Aleks Vickovich.

“The high calibre of finalists to this awards program reflects the maturity and success rapidly emerging in the Australian fintech sector. We are proud to highlight the innovation and leadership in this important business community.”

Mr Thomson went on to say he was humbled by the nomination. “TIQK’s recognition for its excellent contribution to the compliance community reinforces the strength of the brand in connecting with the community and engaging with customers,” he added.

The winners will be announced on Thursday, 22 March, at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.