Sep 29, 2023

Aiviq Is Recognised In The Fintech Global WealthTech100 List

Marie Weidlich
Marketing Manager
Aiviq Is Recognised In The Fintech Global WealthTech100 List

London, UK – 04th April 2023: Aiviq, a leading cloud-based SaaS business for the global asset management industry announced today that the company has been featured in the newest edition of the WealthTech100 list for 2023.

The list is a ranking of the world’s most innovative technology solution providers that support investment firms, private banks and financial advisors with their digital transformation efforts.

Aiviq was appointed by a panel of analysts and experts who voted on a list of over 1,200 businesses. Research on these companies was compiled by FinTech Global. The finalists were selected based on their innovative use of technology to solve a significant industry problem, or to generate efficiency improvements across the investment value chain.

Lee Griggs, CEO, Aiviq commented:

“We’re extremely pleased to be recognised by FinTech Global in their prestigious WealthTech 100 list. This award provides further evidence of our position as one of the leading solution providers delivering transformative change in the global wealth management industry. Aiviq is committed to providing market-leading service and innovation by utilising our industry-leading cloud-first technology. By using our platform, our clients are able to easily aggregate global client data to unlock powerful use cases in sales, marketing, finance, strategy and beyond”.

Richard Sachar, Director, Fintech Global said:

“At a time when not even the giants like Silicon Valley Bank and Credit Suisse are safe, it is vital that banks and investment firms have the best technology behind them. On top of this, customers are demanding better and more streamlined engagements, and are more than happy to switch to a provider that offers this. This WealthTech100 list will equip senior-level leaders in financial institutions with detailed information on some of the most innovative companies in WealthTech.”


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About Aiviq

Headquartered in the UK, Aiviq is a leading cloud-based SaaS business for the global asset management industry. The company provides AUM, flow and revenue analytics products and services that help its customers meet use cases across sales enablement, client service, product development, risk and regulatory reporting and corporate strategy.

Aiviq’s vision is to create data clarity and extract insightful management information for global investment managers. The company is accredited with the ISO 27001:2013 information security standard and proactively engages its user community to ensure its product roadmap addresses rapid change within the industry.

Aiviq is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpha FMC and has grown organically and by acquisition to support its expanding client base across the global investment management industry.

About Fintech Global

FinTech Global is the world’s leading provider of FinTech information services, B2B media products and industry events. The company informs, promotes, and connects FinTech buyers, sellers, investors, and innovators worldwide.

Serving a network of over 300,000 FinTech professionals from market-leading organisations. Fintech Global brings together senior decision-makers via industry-leading conferences working with thousands of forward-thinking companies and helping industry leaders to stay on top of the latest trends in FinTech.

They cover all the must-know developments in FinTech, including the latest partnerships, funding rounds, industry reports, expert perspectives and incumbent strategy moves.

Issued by Fintech Global Limited. Its Registered Office is at 1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ. Additional information about Fintech Global may be found on our website,

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