LONDON, March 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Duco, a global provider of award-winning data control services, has been named in the European FinTech Top 100, a list of the most promising and innovative fintech companies across the continent.
The list was compiled by a board of independent judges and 55,000 voters, with Duco appearing in the "Innovative Banking Solution" group, one of nine categories across the fintech sector from blockchain to security. The award ceremony will take place at the ABN AMRO headquarters in Amsterdam on 14 April 2016.
"We're delighted to have been recognised as one of the elite fintech firms in Europe," said Christian Nentwich, CEO at Duco. "Our inclusion in this prestigious list is an acknowledgement of the innovative approach we're taking to solving data control problems across the financial services industry."
Duco has achieved exceptional growth in the past two years, increasing its customer base to over 30 firms around the globe, including a number of tier one banks. Recently the company announced a partnership with CME Group to provide a pioneering data control service to the exchange group's member firms in the US.
Nentwich added: "Inclusion in the FinTech Top 100 comes on the back of our recent investment in Europe and North America with offices in Luxembourg and New York. It highlights our commitment to growing the company globally and providing robust solutions in every territory in which we operate."
Duco is changing the way the world controls its data. Its award-winning hosted reconciliation platform, Duco Cube, enables firms to control complex data using light-touch, self-service technology. For the past two years, Duco has won the FOW International Award for "Best New Product – Reconciliation" and was one of seven firms chosen to participate in the prestigious 2015 FinTech Innovation Lab in London.
During 2015, FIA and Finance Magnates presented Innovation Awards to Duco. Financial News has named Duco CEO Christian Nentwich to its "40 Under 40 Rising Stars of Trading and Technology" as well as its "40 leaders in fintech" list of individuals who "display influence or innovation in the emerging financial technology ecosystem." Headquartered in London, with offices in New York and Luxembourg, Duco serves clients throughout Europe, the United States, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Australia.