Priority Named to CNBC’s Inaugural World’s Top 200 Fintechs List 

Priority Named to CNBC’s Inaugural World’s Top 200 Fintechs List 

Recognized as One of 40 Short-Listed Digital Payments Fintechs  

CNBC has named Priority one of the World’s Top 200 Fintech companies on their inaugural list of the World’s Top 200 Fintech Companies. In addition, CNBC recognized the top 40 fintech companies in nine categories, including digital payments and alternative financing.

CNBC and independent market research firm Statista partnered to compile this list of innovative, technology-forward companies. The evaluation was based on key performance indicators such as user numbers, volumes, and revenue.

“We are proud to be listed among the top 200 fintechs in the world,” said Thomas Priore, Chairman and CEO of Priority. “This recognition and being chosen as one of the top 40 in digital payments is an honor. It demonstrates our commitment to solving business challenges by modernizing the experience through Passport, our unified commerce engine that allows companies to collect, store, and send money from one platform.” 

In August, we announced the strategic acquisition of Plastiq, Inc. Plastiq’s B2B payments platform that offers bill pay and instant access to working capital to small and midsize businesses. Plastiq combined with Priority’s banking and payment solutions will enable companies to automate their bill payments and earn money.

Priority’s tailored, reliable technology powers high-value payment products supported by industry-leading personalized support. Additionally, our working capital solutions optimize cash flow, increase efficiency, and help businesses grow.

Priority is the US’s fourth largest non-bank payments processor and serves over 800,000 clients. We process $115B in annual payments volume through our proprietary services and solutions. 

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