Come join us @Fintech in Asia: Japan, Singapore and China

Written by DeFang Published on 

We welcome keen readers to attend this conference for more information about the fintech landscape.

The purpose of fintech is to deliver financial services through technological innovations. Fintech has grown to cover a wide array of financial businesses ranging from mobile payments, online lending, internet insurance, and AI-powered investments. However, advancement in technology sometimes comes with a glitch, one example being the recent P2P lending crisis in China that raised concerns among Chinese government officials over fintech’s legitimacy and its consequences.

KrASIA‘s COO Jason Zheng will be speaking at Accenture’s ‘Fintech in Asia: Japan, Singapore, China’, and we welcome keen readers to attend this conference for more information about the fintech landscape.

Jason, along with Qi Xia from Tokyo Government and Brandon Lee from Singapore Fintech Association, will discuss market trends and government initiatives in the three growing fintech markets.

The event will happen on 15th November (12-3pm) at WeWork (Level 17, 60 Anson Road, Singapore).

Feel free to sign up here. Do join us if you would like to know more about fintech!

Accenture – Organiser of Fintech in Asia: Japan, Singapore and China

Accenture Strategy is working with Tokyo Government Global Startup Program to set up regional consultation desks in Singapore, London, Paris and San Franciso, with a mission to support global startups to understand and access the Japan market, connect them with leading Japanese companies across industries, and build up cross-border innovation ecosystem. In this event, we are honored to have Singapore Fintech Association and KrASIA to support our event and bring cross-market insights to our audience.

For inquiries, feel free to drop us a line at [email protected]


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