Highlights from the AltFi Awards Winners Lunch

By Ryan Weeks on 1st February 2016

P2P/Marketplace Lending

The AltFi Awards Winners’ Lunch took place last Wednesday at the Royal Society of Arts. The victors and runners up across a grand total of 20 awards categories descended upon the historic RSA building in order to toast to the year’s successes, to collect their trophies and to smile for the cameras. The awards were comprised of 12 industry-centric categories, 4 small business-focused categories and 5 in the investor space. A special thanks to our sponsor FTI Consulting. 

Highlights from the AltFi Awards Winners Lunch

Big winners on the day included Funding Circle, RateSetter and Zopa – each of which scooped multiple awards. Zopa topped the “People’s Choice” poll, which registered over 5,000 votes. The “Alternative Finance Platform of the Year” awards went to investor-led equity crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom in the UK, and to the innovative invoice financing solution Finexkap in Continental Europe. Landbay clinched the “One to Watch” award.

A selection of photos from the awards lunch are posted below. The full list of winners – complete with victory photos – is available here

Jeannette Lichner (FTI Consulting), addresses the audience

SyndicateRoom claims Alternative Finance Platform of the Year (UK) honours

Finexkap wins Alternative Finance Platform of the Year (EU)

Zopa scooped P2P Consumer Platform of the Year and the People's Choice prize

Funding Circle bagged four awards, including P2P Business Platform of the Year

RateSetter took home three investor awards

Crowdcube bagged a pair of prizes 

MW Eaglewood wins Alternative Finance Fund Manager of the Year


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