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French Chamber E-booth: Singapore Fintech Festival

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The French Chamber is back again this year for the 6th edition of the world’s largest FinTech Festival!

 

Organised by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) 2021 will take place with a hybrid format, bringing together a digital platform with events.

Along with our partner CRÉDIT AGRICOLE CIB , the French Chamber of Singapore - Team France Export is pleased to present our initiatives in Fintech and introduce Fintech startups who are members of our network.

Join us and forge business partnerships, network with peers and hear from industry leaders!

 VISIT THE E-BOOTH AND MEET US

 

Programme

The theme for SFF2021 is the impact Web 3.0  on financial services and the digital economy. Over three days, we will bring together global knowledge sharing from leading academics, practitioners and thought leaders across sessions covering designing, building and ensuring sustainable financial services for Web 3.0.

  • 8 Nov.: Designing financial services on Web 3.0
  • 9 Nov.: Building financial services on Web 3.0
  • 10 Nov.: Sustainable financial services on Web 3.0

This year,  SFF2021 introduces online learning. While watching SFF, participants can earn a verifiable, digital, Web 3.0 Knowledge Certificate in Financial Services issued by The Asian Institute of Digital Finance, National University of Singapore (NUS).

Back again from 8–12 November, SFF x SWITCH will be a week-long festival for the global innovation community, featuring exciting innovation and technology activities.

 

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