The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 100 Financial Technology Companies of 2022
NEW YORK, Aug. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 100 Financial Technology Companies of 2022. The fintech industry has been scorching hot in recent years—spurred on in part by the pandemic—but lately, world events seem to have doused that fire with a little cold water. While the industry experienced a boom during the pandemic, it appears the rest of the world is catching up. Add to that the uncertainty created by Russia's attack on Ukraine, and it's no wonder the fintech industry is slumping, with funding dropping and some companies laying off employees, slowing hiring, and pausing IPOs.
However, many experts expect this to be just a momentary slowdown for the industry, and some see it recovering and nearly tripling in size by 2028. In order for companies to get their share of this growth and find success, they will need great ideas and talented people to make them happen, and all of the companies on this year's list have demonstrated they have both.
A few of this year's awardees include PayPal, which has powered its way through the recent market turmoil, launching a new small business grant program with subsidiary Venmo along the way; Klarna, which has grown to facilitate more than two million transactions every day, providing its buy now, pay later offerings to more than 147 million customers around the globe; and SoFi, which has helped millions of customers borrow, save, spend, invest, and protect their money better with its modern financial products and services, allowing them to achieve financial independence and realize their ambitions.
The economy this past year has been beset with disruptions seemingly from every direction, from the lingering pandemic to supply chain woes to war. But the awardees on this year's list have managed not only to weather every storm, but to find ways to grow and, most importantly, provide ever better products and services to their customers. Please join us in celebrating The Top 100 Financial Technology Companies of 2022.
American Express, PayPal, Mastercard, Fiserv, Visa, Intuit, Finastra, Klarna, Guaranteed Rate, Block, Revolut, HighRadius, SoFi, Paysafe, Guidewire Software, Oportun, Adyen, Chetu, Affirm, PayU, Marcus by Goldman Sachs, Gusto, Payoneer, Lightspeed, Alfa Insurance, Monzo, Credit Karma, Remitly, Bill.com, Freedom Financial Network, Chime, IMC Financial Markets, Chargebee, Tipalti, Broadridge Trading and Connectivity Solutions, Mphasis Digital Risk, Kyriba, Root Insurance, Emburse, Zelis, NCR, Bitpanda, MX Technologies, Mambu, Funding Circle, Fintech, Qonto, FEXCO, Virtu Financial, Ripple, Alkami Technology, FINEOS, Billtrust, Abrigo, Lower, Equisoft, wefox, CURO Financial Technologies, Onfido, Tradeshift, Varo Money, Hippo, Melio, Tink, CIT Bank, Advance Financial, Ethos, 10x Banking, Network Capital Funding, Pie Insurance, SoftClub, Kabbage from American Express, Matic, Finix, Sure, LendKey Technologies, Inc., Secfi, CAIS, Docupace, iBusiness Funding, Spiff, Immediate, Asset-Map, Financeit, Propel(x), Hometap, FinTech Automation, LLC, Credibly, Gradguard, Finitive, Expansion Capital Group, Fundbox, Paga, Papara, Bakkt, Prime Trust, New Access SA, Nymbus, Sentieo, ARCA.
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