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The Top 50 Financial Technology CEOs of 2020

NEW YORK, July 1, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce the Top 50 Financial Technology CEOs of 2020. These exceptional executives lead some of the most prominent financial technology companies across the globe and have helped define many of the wide scale advancements the industry has undergone over recent years. They are innovators, strategists, and corporate leaders, who have built important organizations that are driving massive change in the way people spend, save, invest, or otherwise manage their financial lives. Thousands of CEOs were reviewed from which a select set was invited to participate in this year's nomination process.

The process yielded several hundred nominations, which were closely evaluated - a more detailed review of each candidate based on demonstrated leadership capabilities by researching qualified information sources was performed. A keen focus was placed on technological impact on the financial industry, breadth of organization, number of businesses or consumers reached, career achievements and influence in the field and among peers.

It gives The Financial Technology Report team great pleasure to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of these deserving CEOs.

Gary Norcross (FIS), Patrick Collison (Stripe), Douglas Cifu (Virtu), Max Levchin (Affirm), Dan Shulman (Paypal), Simon Paris (Finastra), Anthony Noto (SoFi), Noah Kerner (Acorns), Jon Stein (Betterment), Eric Poirier (Addepar), David Zalik (Greensky), Jeffery Yabuki (Fiserv), Jonathan Corr (Ellie Mae), Anne Boden (Starling Bank), Jason Gardner (Marqeta), Michael Hayford (NCR), Rob Frohwein (Kabbage), Brian Armstrong (Coinbase), Brock Blake (Lendio), Paul Taylor (Thought Machine), Adam Hughes (Amount), Sergei Bogatenkov (Admiral Markets Group), Michael Reitblat (Forter), Kelly Rodriques (Forge), Michael Carvin (SmartAsset), Renaud Laplanche (Upgrade), Sallie Krawcheck (Ellevest), Colin Walsh (Varo Money), Sam Graziano (Fundation), Sankaet Pathak (SynapseFI), Michael Cassau (Grover), Eyal Shinar (Fundbox), Tore Steen (CrowdStreet), Dan Holt (BillGO), Peter Maragos (Dash Financial), Mazy Dar (OpenFin), Mike Babineau (Second Measure), Angela Ceresnie (Climb Credit), Doug Ricket (PayJoy), Matt Rodak (Fund That Flip), Patrick Boyaggi (Own Up), Michael Nicastro (Continuity), Cale Johnston (ClickSWITCH), Kumesh Aroomoogan (Accern), Saum Noursalehi (tZero), Noah Breslow (OnDeck), Ryan Williams (Cadre), Guillaume Pousaz (Checkout.com), David Kerr (bonkers.ie), Yoshi Yokokawa (Alpaca Markets).

Congratulations to each of this year's awardees.

About The Financial Technology Report

The Financial Technology Report is a comprehensive source for market research and insights, business news, investment activity and corporate actions related to the financial technology sector. Based in New York City, the firm is run by a seasoned team of editors, writers and media professionals highly knowledgeable on financial technology and the various companies, executives and investors that make up the sector. http://www.thefinancialtechnologyreport.com.


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