We’re a Finalist in the British Bank Awards 2020

January 23, 2020
We’re a Finalist in the British Bank Awards 2020

The British Bank Awards aim to find the best financial products, hottest innovation, and the most trusted financial brands and partners. These awards are voted for by customers and so far over 21,000 have voted for more than 180 different companies.

Denis Dorval, COO at DueDil, commented:

We are delighted to be named a finalist in the RegTech Partner of the Year category at the British Bank Awards for the second year running. I would like to thank all of the clients who nominated us for the award, and the whole team at DueDil, for continuing to deliver an excellent service.

If you haven’t voted just yet, there’s still time, as voting is open until 9th February. We’ll find out if we’ve won at the awards ceremony in London on the 12th March 2020.

Now in their sixth year, the British Bank Awards are run by Smart Money People, and have become the most widely reported banking awards in the UK, with press since 2017 including The Daily Mail, The Guardian, Sunday Express, The Daily Mirror, The Spectator, Daily Record, Finextra, The Memo and The New Statesman among many other publications.

Michael Fotis, Founder of Smart Money People, said:

The British Bank Awards aim to discover and recognise the firms that are working hard to deliver great products and services for their customers. With the financial services industry becoming more competitive every day, all Finalists should be very proud of the great feedback they’ve received from their customers.

With a range of categories including ‘RegTech Partner of the Year,’ ‘Best Banking App’ and ‘Customer Service Champion’ the British Bank Awards 2020 will help to better guide millions of customers looking for the best financial services firms to do business with.

Voting continues until 9th February 2020 - Vote for DueDil as RegTech Partner of the Year here.

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