New Zealand mortgage lending and valuation software company Valocity has been nominated for the FinTech Awards at the 2018 Singaporean FinTech Festival.
Valocity was the sole New Zealand and Australian firm to make the awards. It is also one of 20 companies given the opportunity to pitch in a Fintech Hackcelerator to a judging panel of 35 international Fintech leaders.
According to Valocity CEO Carmen Vicelich, the nomination and participation in this pinnacle event is a huge accolade for a young company that is being recognised on the global stage among the world’s largest banks.
Said to be the FinTech Oscars, the Fintech Awards is the largest of its kind globally and will be held at the Singapore Expo on November 12-14. Guests include the New Zealand Prime Minister Rt Hon. Jacinda Ardern, as well as the Canadian Prime Minister, and the Indian Prime Minister.
Founded by Vicelich, Valocity was launched in October 2014. It provides access to real-time automated valuations (AVMs) and connecting an ecosystem of consumers, valuers, appraisers and brokers together through one centralised, cloud-based platform.