The inaugural National Fintech Awards have been established to celebrate the exceptional achievements of the entire Irish Fintech industry. They will recognise those who have demonstrated exceptional innovation, leadership, and growth in this dynamic and constantly evolving sector.
We are passionate about showcasing the very best of Irish Fintech, from the brightest startups to the most established companies, who are paving the way for a more innovative, diverse and inclusive industry.
Our awards categories reflect the breadth and depth of the Irish Fintech industry, recognising those who are making a real impact on the future of financial technology. We celebrate the individuals who are driving this sector forward.
Whether you work in public service, a regulated bank, an established payments business or a challenger start-up the National Fintech Awards are there to recognise the contribution and achievement of those who are making a difference.
Across these 15 prestigious awards, we will give a platform for companies and individuals who have driven excellence and innovation in the Irish Fintech sector to celebrate and share their work.
Concluding the evening with the final three landward awards.
We will recognise an individual who has made a Lifetime Achievement in Fintech in Ireland, followed by an individual who has made a pioneering contribution in the last year and finally recognising the overall Company of the Year.
Join us as we celebrate the outstanding achievements of the Fintech community and shape the future of finance in Ireland and beyond.
The Mansion House was conceptualised in the 18th century by one of Ireland’s great visionaries, Joshua Dawson. The Round Room was purpose designed in 1821 to receive King George IV.
Remarkable political events have taken place here including the first ever meeting of the Dáil Eireann in 1919 and throughout the years we have proudly welcomed high-profile guests from across the globe including Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela, Queen Victoria, Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco. It was in the Round Room, in 1919 that the first Dail Eireann was held: Making the first definitive parliamentary move for home rule. Seventy of the elected Irish representatives did not attend West Minister but pledged to the First Irish parliamentary meeting ever held in Ireland instead.
The Round Room at The Mansion House,