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Fenergo Recognised as FinTech Exporter of the Year to Asia

Fenergo’s Asia expansion and accelerated growth is recognised with FinTech exporter of the year award

Fenergo today announced that it won the Asia Matters FinTech Exporter of the Year Award. Fenergo has an established APAC presence and provides CLM solutions to eight of the region’s leading financial institutions.

With offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Sydney, Fenergo recorded revenue growth in APAC at 290% in the year ending March 2018. APAC revenues amounted to 24% of its overall revenue in FY18.

With increasing regulatory change and the urgency to digitally transform the client journey, demand for Fenergo’s Client Lifecycle Management (CLM) platform has accelerated amongst financial institutions in Asia.

“Our local presence and proximity to our clients in the region allow us to augment our CLM solutions to enable financial institutions to comply with a wide range of global and region-specific regulations while providing a streamline, digital client onboarding experience for the end-client. As a result, we are engaged in a number of projects with financial institutions across Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia,” said Brett Hodge, VP, APAC, Fenergo.

Asia Matters Business Award nominees included Huawei Technologies, Toyota Financial Services, First Derivatives, Cubic Telecom to name but a few. The Asia Matters Business Awards were supported by The Asian Review and the Ireland Chinese Journal.

Fenergo was recognised by Asia Matters, a business think tank focussed on building dynamic business links and informed understanding between Asia and Ireland to drive mutually beneficial partnerships and economic growth. In addition to the aforementioned media parties the awards were supported by Ireland’s Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Enterprise Ireland, IDA Ireland and IBEC.