Global Finance Names The Most Innovative Banks and Fintech Companies By Region As Part Of The Innovators 2020

NEW YORK, May 6, 2020 – Earlier today, on two digital events spanning the world’s time zones, Global Finance magazine announced the most innovative banks and fintech companies regionally as part of The Innovators 2020. This is the publication’s eighth annual awards recognizing entities that regularly identify new paths and design new tools in finance.

A full report on The Innovators 2020 will be published in the June issue of Global Finance and on Also in the June issue, and covered in separate press releases, are the publication’s choices for the World’s Best Financial Innovation Labs and selections for the most innovative organizations in the following industry sectors: Cash Management, Corporate Finance, Islamic Finance, Payments and Trade Finance.

“The last six months have highlighted the importance of adaptability and given us a glimpse of a contactless future, and new thinking will be key to forging business models that succeed,” said Joseph Giarraputo, publisher and editorial director of Global Finance. “By showcasing the world’s most innovative financial players, Global Finance encourages the visioning and development of creative solutions to the financial challenges of corporate and retail clients.”

All selections were made by the editorial board of Global Finance with the input of reporters who are experts on the functions being served by these innovators. Entries from banks and other organizations were required for consideration

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