Sustainably shortlisted for an FDATA Open Banking Award

Sustainably has made the shortlist for the Financial Data and Technology Association (FDATA) Open Banking Awards. The inaugural Awards have been created to recognise excellence in providing innovative financial applications and services to empower customers to make better decisions and take fuller control of their financial lives.

There are ten categories with Sustainably in the running for, ‘innovative new product using account aggregation as a force for making lives better’.

A prestigious Awards dinner will be held at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh as part of a two-day global open banking summit on 6&7th December, bringing together key regulators and policy makers from around the world to discuss and debate the delivery of open banking. The summit itself will be held in the city’s iconic McEwan Hall.

Loral Quinn, CEO and Co-Founder commented she was “honored to be shortlisted for this category alongside some great companies”.

FDATA Global Chairman Gavin Littlejohn added:

“We are delighted to be announcing such a strong shortlist for the first FDATA Open Banking Awards which includes some of the most innovative and forward-thinking organisations operating in the fintech world.

“FDATA Global has been encouraging collaboration on standards around the world and we’re delighted to recognise those companies which have embraced these changes swiftly and innovatively.”

The full shortlist can be viewed at


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