2 March 2020
Crossflow has been selected as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies by the Financial Times for the FT 1000, a prestigious list compiled by the Financial Times and data provider Statista.
Following months of independent research and analysis, Crossflow has been ranked 119th in the top 1,000 companies in Europe across industries and 9th in fintech. Tens of thousands of European-headquartered companies from across multiple industries were evaluated based on their organic and sustainable revenue growth.
The list has been published online on the FT’s website today and will be featured in a special report within the Financial Times’ print edition on 23 March.
Crossflow connects global businesses and their suppliers with funders – including global banks, alternative investment funds and family offices – for fast, flexible working capital finance powered by technology.
This announcement follows Crossflow’s recent expansion of its advisory board, including the appointment of Lord Lang, former Chairman of Marsh & McLennan; John White, former Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at GLG Partners where he ran one of GLG’s flagship equity hedge funds; and David Charles, former COO and CRO of Credit and Convertibles at Man Group and previously Managing Director, Global Head Risk and Capital Management, Global Markets at Deutsche Bank.
Crossflow connects global businesses and their suppliers with funders – including global banks, alternative investment funds and family offices – for fast, flexible working capital finance powered by technology. Crossflow has helped enterprises access $2.4bn in funding.
Crossflow’s co-founder and CEO Tony Duggan said: “This is significant recognition of our team’s efforts to help global businesses and their suppliers release working capital and grow. Despite the current climate of economic uncertainty, we remain committed to our vision to transform the financial efficiency, transparency and sustainability of global supply chains.”
Crossflow’s COO Magda Rozczka said: “The diversity of our team, the strength of our technology leveraging data and automation, and the collaboration of our global network of funders and advisers have enabled us to achieve this accolade from our base in London, the global capital of fintech and financial services. We look forward to continuing our growth across markets and industries.”
View the full list on FT.com >
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