Virtual Fintech Trade Mission to Singapore

26th - 28th October  2020

Why Singapore?

South East Asia is projected to be the world’s 4th largest market by 2030. As a key landing point for businesses in the region, Singapore has plenty to offer including a pro-business stable Government, no language barriers, access to trade in the region, English common law, low corporation tax and a simple business registration process. 

With a resident population of 5.7 million tech-savvy people, low unemployment rates and 97.5% literacy, almost 45,000 British citizens live in Singapore today. Shouldn’t your business be here already?

At this early stage of your journey in ASEAN, the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore (Britcham) is the ideal partner for this leg of the EPA Trade Mission to ASEAN. Their strength of contacts, experience and support in country or regionally enables a perfect foundation for delegate companies using this Trade Mission to investigate opportunities and/or develop partnerships.

Our Partners

Topics of Discussion:

Introduction to the Region

Challenger Bank Adoption in Singapore

The New Payment Service Act

Open Banking Asia

Instant & Frictionless Payments Anywhere in the World, Making International Payments as simple as domestic ones 

Infrastructure Development in the Digital Age

Navigating the Singapore Regulatory & Innovation Landscape : Tales from the Trenches

Speakers

Testimonials

 
“It is a pleasure to be delivering the inaugural Emerging Payments Association (EPA) Trade Mission to Singapore. We look forward to welcoming delegate companies to our virtual market briefing and facilitating meetings with potential partners, whilst building the profile and strength of the UK FinTech sector in Singapore..”
David Kelly, Executive Director, British Chamber of Commerce, Singapore