Atlas Wealth Revealed As A Finalist for Fintech Business awards

Atlas Wealth Revealed As A Finalist for Fintech Business awards

Atlas Wealth Finalist for Fintech Business awards

 

We’re proud to announce that Atlas Wealth revealed as a finalist for Fintech Business awards. ifa’s sister publication Fintech Business has announced the finalists of its inaugural awards, following an overwhelming number of high quality award submissions.

The awards will recognise outstanding innovation and entrepreneurship in the Australian fintech sector, and identify some of the leading individuals and organisations making a contribution to the burgeoning fintech community.

Since opening for entry last month, Fintech Business has received a significant number of high-calibre submissions, both from those who represent fintech start-ups as well as more established providers and financial service providers that have wholly embraced fintech innovation.

The finalists have been selected for their ability to demonstrate commitment to paving the way for achievement and advancement in their organisations.

The winners of the Fintech Business Awards will be selected by a panel of soon-to-be-announced expert judges and announced at a premium cocktail event on 24 February 2017 at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney.

To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets, visit https://www.fintechbusiness.com/fintech-business-awards

Fintech Business Awards 2017 Finalists

Company Awards

Financial Advice Innovator of the Year

1. Astute Estate Planner
2. Atlas Wealth Management
3. GPS Wealth
4. Infocus Wealth Management
5. Map My Plan
6. Midwinter
7. Moneysoft
8. Smart Business Solutions
9. SMFP
10. Hero Software

 

 

Brett Evans is the Managing Director and a Financial Planner with Atlas Wealth Management which is the first financial services firm in Australia to specialise in providing financial advice to Australian expatriates. With over 20 years of experience in the finance and investments industry, Brett has worked for blue chip companies which include the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), HSBC, Suncorp and Citi Smith Barney.

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