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The Co-operation Agreement sets out a framework for FinTech collaboration between both countries. It will put in place a referral mechanism to help FinTech firms access each other’s markets. MAS and MNB have also committed to exchange views on emerging market trends and developments in FinTech, as well as regulatory issues on financial services innovation. The agreement will facilitate joint innovation projects between MAS and MNB.
A new sector created with over 1,000 Fintech firms employing 10,000 workers, serving the larger ASEAN region of over 650 million people Over 40 innovation labs set up by both local and international financial institutions, catalysing digital transformation of the incumbents More than 150 Venture Capital firms have registered in Singapore, enhancing the City’s allure as an international financial centre and the regional hub for startup fund-raising
We tried many things on our journey and we eventually came up with the solution we have today. We had a plan, but we were open to new ideas and tried not to limit ourselves to any technology or methodology. It was the freedom and agility from day One that allowed us to act as an independent company, build the startup culture and make sure we can come up with the best possible solution.
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One common thing we hear from our clients is that opening a business account with traditional banks in Hong Kong is overwhelming. Which is indeed the case. Opening a business account in Hong Kong requires time, and possibly money without any guarantee that the bank account will be opened in the end. The two most cited struggles are administrative requirements and physical visits. whereas at Statrys we make corporate customers’ life easier by simplifying the process - with only 10 minutes of time required - and being 100% online, so if you have access to the internet, you have access to Statrys.
FinTech Scotland represents over 100 companies, the vast majority of which have been trading for less than five years. Twenty were started in just the past year, with many continuing to expand despite the disruption of the pandemic. The cluster has also received high levels of public funding, including a £22.5m investment by the UK Global Open Finance Centre for Excellence in July, and support from the Scottish Investment Bank.

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