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Banking technology company LEVERIS has been named among 100 European technology companies recognised by global media company Red Herring. 

The 2020 Top 100 list includes companies from all over Europe, covering a wide range of industries from fintechs to entertainment and media. LEVERIS was named among a number of market-leading companies. Among those listed are European fintechs such as Trezeo, TransferGo and B2B Pay. Take a look here at the other companies that made the top 100 companies in Europe. 

Red Herring is a global media company which unites the world’s best high technology innovators, venture investors and business decision-makers in a variety of forums: a leading innovation magazine, an online daily technology news service, technology newsletters and major events for technology leaders around the globe.

The Red Herring Top 100 awards highlight the most exciting start-ups from Asia, Europe and the Americas. Hundreds of companies from each region are reviewed in a three-step process that looks at all aspects of the company including disruptiveness, start-up growth and technological advantage. Learn more about Red Herring here

Ashray Shankar, Business Analyst at Red Herring, congratulated LEVERIS on winning the award: 

“On behalf of Red Herring, congratulations on being selected as one of Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe winners. Out of hundreds of submitted companies and finalists, we have the privilege of naming LEVERIS a 2020 Top 100 Europe Winner and adding you to a group of prestigious alumni.” 

Upon learning about the accolade, founder and CEO of LEVERIS Conor Fennelly said: 

“We’re delighted to have picked up this award from Red Herring. It has been a successful start to 2020. This is the third award we have won having recently picked up two awards from Sifted earlier in the year for ‘Top European fintech startups to follow in 2020’ and ‘Top Irish startups to follow in 2020’. We will continue to work to create and deploy technology that makes banking better.”

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