Leading provider of digital wealth technologies Marstone, Inc., has announced that it has been designated one of American Banker’s “2023 Best Places to Work in Financial Technology. “Best Companies Group and Arizent, whose brands include American Banker, National Mortgage News, PaymentsSource, Financial Planning, and Digital Insurance, are in charge of the awards program, which was established in 2017.
The fifty companies honored on the list this year include a variety of businesses in the financial services industry, including those involved in banking and mortgages, insurance, payments, and financial advising. According to Penny Crosman, executive editor for technology at American Banker, “Some of the most fascinating technological advancements in financial services are developed within fintech firms that partner with or compete with traditional banks. Best Places to Work in Financial Technology takes a closer look at a few of these organizations and explains their corporate cultures and perks.”
The Best Places to Work in Financial Technology according to Arizent were determined using a two-part poll process that included businesses from all over the country. Each candidate’s workplace policies, procedures, philosophies, systems, and demographics were assessed in the first section. An employee survey was a component of the second section, which measured the employee experience. The top firms and the final ranking were determined by the total points. The Best Companies Group oversaw the entire registration and survey procedure, and they also examined the data and came to their final rankings.
Margaret J. Hartigan, co-founder and CEO of Marstone, said, “At Marstone, we believe in not only creating a platform that empowers a broad base of end customers to understand and plan for their financial futures, but we are also cultivating a corporate culture of inclusivity and collaboration ourselves. We are honored to be named one of the finest places to work in fintech and will keep working toward our goal of making finance more approachable for everyone.”