Elsewhere in fintech news, Singapore’s Lattice80, the world’s largest fintech hub, has signed a pact with Nordic Finance Innovation to foster fintech innovation in their respective markets. Here’s Deal Street Asia:
LATTICE80, the world’s largest fintech hub wholly owned and operated by private investment firm Marvelstone Group, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Nordic Finance Innovation (NFI) to promote innovation in financial services in their respective markets.
LATTICE80 and NFI said they believe that through cooperation with each other, they will be able to bridge the fintech ecosystems between Asia and the Nordics. Chris Skinner, Chairman of NFI, will be actively involved in overseeing the partnership.
The deal apparently includes benefits such as events collaboration, office space sharing, and exchange programs, not to mention the added convenience of additional contacts and networks.
Here’s what Joe Seunghyun Cho, CEO of LATTICE80, had to say:
“We are delighted to join forces with NFI, our first partner in Europe, in our mutual ambition of bridging the fintech ecosystems between the Nordics and Asia. I’ve been working closely with the NFI team recently and it’s a pleasure to be able to assist each other on this journey.”
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