Fintech is picking up steam in the Philippines as it utilizes technology and digital expertise to bridge the social gaps and expedite a focused process of financial inclusion in the country. Cutting the costs of paper and streamlining tedious bureaucratic processes, it’s paving its way in making the country more efficient, economical, and up to date. As time goes on, it is clear that fintech has a big part in the future of the nation.
This future that fintech is building not only affects the Philippines and Asia, but the world at large, and as it develops, more and more nations are benefitting from collaboration and networking to build a better world.
This October, FinovateAsia returns to Singapore, providing an opportunity to connect with the top leaders and witness the latest innovations in the fintech industry first-hand. One of the largest conferences focused entirely on fintech, it features talks from various thought-leaders and influencers in the industry with an opening keynote address from Scott Bales, Managing Director at Innovation Labs Asia. Other scheduled speakers come from top financial and innovation companies such as ING, Barclays Bank, ANZ Bank, and HSBC. It also offers numerous demos of the latest fintech solutions, and a chance to network meaningfully with various experts and leaders.
Hoping to be the biggest Asian fintech conference yet, it’s planning to have over 450 attendees, 35 demoers, and 100 speakers. With over 10 years in the business, the conference prides itself on offering a curated event to present the innovations that truly matter.
Among many of the attendees are C-level executives and other decision makers from various companies, VCs, tech giants, and more. The conference offers the attendees a chance to network and discuss the latest innovations in the industry through the brella app.
The live product demos particularly stand out in which companies have seven minutes to present their product without the slides or video. This is to let the purity of the product shine without any filter. According to the website, some of these products span fields such as “open banking, alternative credit scoring, user authentication, virtual agents, payments, SMB banking, investment, loyalty and rewards.”
50% of the demos are from startups, 60% are making their debut at FinovateAsia, and 50% are in the process of launching new tech.
Regions that will be represented are Asia, the US, Middle East, Australia, and Europe.
In addition, some of the topics for the talks will include “future of fintech in Asia, emerging Asian markets, the impact of regulation and digital transformation to insurtech, investech; payments, lending, virtual banking, AI and blockchain applications.”
Discover the future of fintech at FinovateAsia 2019.
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