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Small World ranked in FT Future 100 UK List

London, 27 September 2018 – Cross-border payments provider Small World is thrilled to announce it has been ranked in the Financial Times’ ‘FT Future 100 UK list’, which identifies fast growing UK companies that are also making an impact on their industry, or wider society. The FT Future 100 UK list works in partnership with data provider Statista and is supported by law firm Mishcon de Reya.

As a leading omni-channel provider of cross-border payment services for consumers and businesses, Small World has been recognised for its disruption to the payments industry. Judges considered measures such as research and development spending as a proportion of revenue, and the company’s own pitch as a disrupter. Small World has made use of cutting-edge technology for a quick and secure payment experience, low charges and competitive exchange rates to meet the demands of loyal customers. Since inception 13 years ago, Small World has built a remarkable product by integrating its service into hundreds of partners banks, post offices and mobile operators, which gives it the ability to process payments from 32 send countries to over 188 receiving countries worldwide.

CEO and Founder of Small World, Nick Day commented

“At Small World, we are relentlessly focused on building strong partnerships, particularly our banking network around the world, and continually investing in technology to help us deliver fast innovative services for our customers.

To be acknowledged in the FT Future 100 UK list and recognised as a disruptor in our industry, through being focused on our ability to meet the needs of our valued customers, is a true honour.”

CFO Gareth Heald added:

“Through our commitment to investing in the business, we have been able to focus on the things that really matter to our customers such as convenience, speed and competitive pricing, and this has enabled us to take market share from our less innovative and customer focused competitors.

This recognition as a disruptor from such a prestigious publication as the Financial Times confirms that the future looks very bright for Small World.”

The FT Future 100 UK list is based on a number of key attributes that companies must uphold. The list is built on data from the FT 100: Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies which looks at businesses growing most quickly in revenue terms. Each company in the FT Future 100 UK list must excel in one of four key categories, three being qualitative and one based purely on data. The qualitative categories include companies seeking to make a positive impact via their environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies, or promoting diversity, or disrupting their industry.

Small World is pleased to report that it scored highly in a number of other categories within the FT Future 100 score board which revealed that 58% of its employees are women and a revenue combined annual growth rate (“CAGR”) of 13.9% between 2013-2016.