Vesta Wins 2022 FinTech Breakthrough Award for �Best Financial Transaction Security Platform�
Vesta was recognized with the title of "Best Financial Transaction Security Platform" at the 2022 FinTech Breakthrough Awards.
Vesta, a leading transaction guarantee platform for online purchases, today announced that it has been recognized for the second consecutive year as “Best Financial Transaction Security Platform” in the sixth annual FinTech Breakthrough Awards. The program is led by FinTech Breakthrough, an independent market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies, and products in the global FinTech market today.
The FinTech Breakthrough Awards recognizes FinTech innovators, leaders, and visionaries from around the world in a range of categories, including Digital Banking, Personal Finance, Lending, Payments, Investments, RegTech, InsurTech, and many more. The 2022 FinTech Breakthrough Award program attracted more than 3,950 nominations from across the globe.
“Stopping fraud is one thing—approving more transactions is another. Vesta is a fintech pioneer in fraud protection and fully guaranteed payment technologies. Their machine learning intelligence represents a true fintech breakthrough, ensuring good transactions are rightfully accepted, rather than rejected over the fear of fraud. Congratulations to the entire Vesta team on being our choice for ‘Best Financial Transaction Security Platform.” said James Johnson, Managing Director, Fintech Breakthrough.
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