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Second Singapore Fintech Festival announced

Second Singapore Fintech Festival announced

(18 May 2017 – Singapore) The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced the second edition of the Singapore FinTech Festival, to be held in Singapore from 13 to 17 November 2017.

Organised in partnership with The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) and in collaboration with SingEx Holdings, the week-long Festival will build on the success of the inaugural Festival last November, which drew more than 13,000 participants from across 60 countries.

Chief FinTech Officer at MAS, Sopnendu Mohanty, said: “The Singapore FinTech Festival is an excellent platform for key stakeholders of the global and regional FinTech community to connect, learn from one another, and co-create new solutions to real problems. Last year’s Festival was a great start. This year’s Festival will be(18 May 2017 – Singapore) The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced the second edition of the Singapore FinTech Festival, to be held in Singapore from 13 to 17 November 2017. brighter, bigger, better.”          

The Global FinTech Hackcelerator, FinTech Awards and the FinTech Conference will continue to be the key components of this year’s Festival.

MAS will combine the agendas of the RegTech Forum, Tech Risk Conference and FinTech Conference into a single multi-track conference spanning three days, to be held in a single location - Singapore Expo - to allow participants greater access to the various discussions.

The various tracks of the Conference will include Data Analytics, Tech Risk/Cyber Security, RegTech, FinTech Application and FinTech Financing. The Conference will look at FinTech developments across developed and emerging markets, as well as how technology can be harnessed to enhance financial inclusion and support growth in emerging economies.

Attendees at this year’s Festival will comprise FinTech players, policy makers, financial industry leaders, private equity/venture capitalists, investors, technopreneurs, and academics. Greater participation is also expected from ASEAN and other emerging markets such as Africa and Latin America.

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