Bravura Solutions secures position in FinTech 100 for seventh consecutive year

Sydney / London, 7 November – Bravura Solutions Limited (Bravura) is one of only two Australian companies to have been listed among the world’s top 100 technology vendors to financial services companies by Financial Insights and American Banker magazine. Up three positions from last year to a ranking of 70, this is the seventh year in a row that Bravura has secured a position in the FinTech 100 list.

The FinTech 100, now in its tenth year, is an annual listing of the world’s leading technology vendors that generate more than one third of revenues from the financial services sector.

Tony Klim, Chief Executive Officer at Bravura said: “We are extremely proud to have once again secured a place in the FinTech 100. Our inclusion in this prestigious list stands testament to our market leading position, as we continue to set the benchmark for modern technology solutions coupled with excellence in customer service.

“Our success is evidenced by a number of new sales and completed projects over the previous financial year, including eight new contracts signed with leading financial institutions such as Bank of New York Mellon and VicSuper, over 30 completed implementations and more than 50 client upgrades.

“We are rapidly building success with Sonata, our flagship wealth management and life insurance solution. Built with modern, open, agile technology, it provides the tools to meet clients’ changing needs and enhance business growth well in to the future.

“We have a solid pipeline of Sonata opportunities, and are excited by the level of industry interest we are receiving”.

To view the FinTech special report, visit www.AmericanBanker.com/fintech100

Bravura’s Chief Executive Officer, Tony Klim was quoted in this press release. To ask Tony a question regarding the release or to discuss it in more detail, email PR@bravurasolutions.com.

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