Last Friday, Quantifeed was named ‘Fintech of the Year 2019’ and ‘Outstanding B2B Robo-advice Platform’ by ETnet, one of Hong Kong’s most influential and reputable media outlets owned by Hong Kong Economic Times media group.
This is the first time a fintech startup was awarded the top prize which has been dominated by traditional financial institutions in the past two years. Receiving the awards from the Honourable Paul Chan Mo-po, Financial Secretary of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, is a tremendous recognition of Quantifeed’s achievements in revolutionising the wealth management industry and bringing leading digital wealth management solutions to investors in Hong Kong and across Asia.
In the last 12 months, we’ve partnered with visionaries across Asia and launched many market-first solutions. These accolades are testament to the market recognition of our strong and diverse team as well as our ability to deliver innovative digital financial solutions to our clients.
Highlights of the Award
From left to right, the Honourable Paul Chan Mo-po, Financial Secretary of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and Alex Ypsilanti, Chief Executive Officer & Co-founder of Quantifeed
From left to right, Ross Milward, Chief Technology Officer & Co-founder of Quantifeed, and Thomas Leung, Deputy Markets Leader, South China Markets Leader of PwC
The Quantifeed team of #WealthcareExperts
We are delighted to share the stage with all the leading financial institutions, many of which are our clients, and ecosystem partners. We are proud and grateful to be on this digital transformation journey together. It is with a shared vision of bringing the best digital solutions to meet every customer’s financial goal, drive innovation, and financial inclusion.
We look forward to working with more financial institutions in Hong Kong and beyond to enable them to become providers of wealthcare – Quantifeed’s philosophy of providing a customer-centric service focused on meeting everyone’s wealth management needs.