Several fintechs disrupting the wealth management industry have made the shortlist of FinTech Australia's third annual Finnie Awards.
Spaceship, Raiz and Roll-it Super were named finalists in the Excellence in Wealth Management category.
They join the likes of RateSetter, Pocketbook, Map My Plan, MyProsperity, Sharesight, Longevity App and Ignition Advice.
Zuper chief executive and co-founder Jessica Ellerm; Joel Robbie, chief executive of advice document platform Nod; and fractional investment platform BrickX's head of strategy and partnerships Sibel Buyukbaykal made the shortlist of Emerging FinTech Leader of the Year.
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The Best Partnership of the Year finalists include: Roll-it Super and Moneytree, Brighte and NAB, Afterpay and Up, RateSetter and CEFC and South Australia Government, and Tic:Toc and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank.
FinTech Australia received 237 submissions this year across 19 award categories, an increase of 30% compared to last year.
General manager Rebecca Schot-Guppy said: "The judges have commended the calibre of entries this year. All the finalists on this list are truly deserving as the competition was tough."
"We believe this finalist list alone showcases the breadth and depth of innovation across the sector. It also sets the scene for what we believe will be our best Finnies event to-date."
The event will be held in Melbourne on June 6.