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Bahrain - AFS recognized as best Fintech solutions company

Monday, 11 04 2019, Category: Technology, Country: Bahrain
Manama: Arab Financial Services (AFS), the MEA region’s leading payment solutions provider and Fintech enabler, has been recognized as the “Best Fintech Solutions Company 2019” at the GCC Enterprise Awards. Now in its third year, the GCC Enterprise Awards celebrates the accomplishments made by the most innovative firms and individuals across the region. This is the second consecutive year in which AFS is recognized by the GCC Enterprise Awards; previously AFS was awarded the ‘Most Innovative Fintech Solution Provider 2018.’

AFS Chairman Mr. Sael Al Waary said: “Receiving the “Best Fintech Solutions Company 2019” award is a testament to AFS’ longstanding commitment within the Fintech space, both in Bahrain which is already a Fintech pioneer, and the region as a whole. Through its varied Fintech offering that spans mobile wallets, digital remittance and financial inclusion products, AFS is bringing disruptive and cutting-edge Fintech solutions to the market. I congratulate all members of the AFS family on this milestone – one of many as they continue on their trajectory to further embed a digital lifestyle across the region.”

AFS CEO Mr. B Chandrasekhar said: “We are delighted to receive this award. The 2019 GCC Enterprise Awards recognizes AFS’ innovative strength in delivering best-in-class Fintech solutions across the region. In Bahrain, and in line with the Government of Bahrain’s vision to move towards a digital, cashless society, AFS pioneered bwallet in 2018. bwallet was Bahrain’s first mobile wallet to facilitate peer-to-peer and cashless transactions and today is the Kingdom’s leading mobile wallet. This is one example of a broad spectrum of innovative Fintech offerings and ground-breaking payments solutions delivered by AFS."


Source: Zawya
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