Konsentus celebrate industry validation after announcing shortlisting in the Cards & Payments Awards

Nov 19, 2018


RegTech solutions provider Konsentus has today announced success after being shortlisted in the finals of the Cards and Payments Awards 2019, within the category for the Best Payments Industry Newcomer.  

The nomination will see Konsentus go head to head with industry innovators Arro Money, ClearBank, MuchBetter and Token in the annual awards ceremony, which recognises the highest levels of customer service, business excellence and innovation across both UK and Irish cards and payments industries. Now into its fourteenth year, the highly-acclaimed awards ceremony brings together the best organisations operating in the sector, before an independent panel of industry experts select winners from the shortlisted nominees.  

Since its inception, the Konsentus mission has been to build confidence in open banking, delivering a unique end-to-end proposition combining Third Party Provider (TPP) Identity and Regulatory checking with access token issuance to ensure Financial Institutions (FIs) can meet their PSD2 open banking regulatory requirements. The Cards and Payments Awards 2019 nomination has served as recognition of the company's innovative and much-needed proposition as FIs race to design and build their TPP solutions for external testing by March 14th 2019. This nomination quickly follows being finalists in the Payment Awards, BBVA Global RegTech Open Talent event and Money2020 Europe.  

Brendan Jones, Chief Commercial Officer of Konsentus said:

“This nomination marks an important milestone for Konsentus and we're thrilled to have reached this stage. There's a host of strong competition in the shortlist and we're pleased to be amongst some of the industry's future leaders.”    

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The Cards and Payments Awards 2019 will culminate in a formal event to be held on Thursday 7th February 2019 at The Grosvenor House Hotel, in London’s Park Lane.