Having successfully completed the final round of judging, Path Solutions, the Islamic core banking system provider, has won the award for ‘Best Solution Provider in Islamic Banking’ at the Fintech Finance Awards 2016.
The Fintech Finance Awards 2016 have been announced in the December issue of Fintech Finance launched at Fintech Connect Live on the 6th of December. Path Solutions was selected amongst a list of nominees representing the Islamic financial technology sector, with second runner-up International Turnkey Systems and third Sopra Banking Software.
“We are thrilled to have been recognized once again for our leadership in the Islamic financial technology space”, said Mohammed Kateeb, Group Chairman & CEO at Path Solutions. “The fintech revolution has disrupted the global finance industry and it continues to move forward at full speed. We are proud to be contributing significantly to the growth of this industry by empowering our clients to adjust to this reality and compete effectively. Additionally, this award is a tribute to our best-in-class software solutions and the excellence of the team behind them. It’s no secret that Path Solutions is shaping the future of the Islamic finance segment with leading technology innovations, and our recognition as ‘Best Solution Provider in Islamic Banking’ is an endorsement worth celebrating”.
The Fintech Finance Awards aim to recognise fintech companies with the ability to lead the industry. They also honor organizations that bring lasting and positive change to the financial services sector. “We’re very pleased to award Path Solutions our Gold award for ‘Best Solution Provider in Islamic Banking’ for ethical approach to ensuring Sharia compliance”, declared Ali Paterson, Executive Editor of Fintech Finance.
Fintech Finance is a quarterly publication, with a constant stream of online news providing key decision makers within leading financial services organizations globally with reliable and accurate intelligence on emerging trends and breakthrough technologies, helping them to make informed decisions.