The Fintech Power 50 is an annual guide to the most influential, most innovative companies and personalities shaping the global #fintech industry. In preparation for the release of the 2020 guide at the end of the year, they’ve launched a ‘Ones to Watch’ supplement which highlights 50 fintech companies worth working with in 2019 – and guess who made the list!
Over to The Fintech Power 50:
‘We are thrilled the upcoming “ONES TO WATCH” supplement to our annual guide is going to press this week: we will start distributing it next week in Amsterdam at Money 20/20 Europe 2019. The supplement includes some old and a lot of new faces, just a little teaser on who we have on our radar for the 2020 edition of our exclusive annual fintech programme helping 40 fintech firms to accelerate their growth globally.
We are delighted to feature those 50 exciting fintech firms in our inaugural ‘Ones to Watch’ supplement.‘
It’s a real honour for Keepabl to be recognised by The Fintech Power 50 and we are very proud that our GDPR SaaS has been listed as ‘one to watch’ alongside some of the best and most up and coming fintech companies in the world. It’s more great recognition of our laser focus on the customer and helping them get the job done on GDPR, in a simple and logical way. Thanks again The Fintech Power 50!
We’re particularly pleased with this coming so fast on the heels of Keepabl being named GDPR Company of the Year 2019 by CIO Applications Europe, also in recognition of our focus on usability and delivering value to our busy customers.
It’s been a very busy year already, with highlights including launching the BPM Index and the Privacy Stack, the Admin Portal and 2FA in our SaaS solution, demoing at Finovate Europe and sponsoring and running a popular breach table-top exercise at the IAPP Data Protection Intensive. But watch this space as we introduce a new next-gen look for the SaaS solution next month, a new Dashboard that presents you with valuable insights from your Keepabl account on your processors, activities, breaches and more. Plus, we’ll start covering additional compliance regimes toward the end of the year…
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