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FinTech Summit 2022 in Sydney in October, partner with Ashurst

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9th Annual Technological Summit 2022 will be held in sydney on wednesday 19th October.

The one-day conference offers an in-depth look at major trends in technology, banking and finance, as well as those of financial technology and the founders / CEOs who lead the sector. The summit will be held in partnership with the global law firm Tier One Ashurst at their prestigious Ballroom Conference Center in Sydney.

“We are excited to work with Ashurst again at the FinTech Summit in 2022; this is in addition to the FinTech Awards and a number of other private events that we have planned. Escherst has extensive experience in all areas of fintechnology and banking, from new technologies, mergers and acquisitions, fundraising, open banking, defi and new digital assets and cryptocurrencies; their advice and contribution to this event is insightful and welcome, ”said Glenn Frost, founder of FinTech Summit.

Previous sponsors who supported this year’s event include experts on global aggregation / analytics and open banking, Envestnet Yodlee, provider of data / analytics and property trends, Core Logic, global cloud banking platform SaaS, Mambu and media platform. of Technology, Australian News FinTech.

“We are excited to work with such an amazing group of sponsors and supporters; The companies that really add value to technology – Envestnet Yodlee, Core Logic, Mambu and Australian FinTech News – all have a deep understanding of what financial technology needs to start, run and scale its business quickly, ”added Frost.

The FinTech Summit currently has a special price ($ 400 (+ tax) for startups and $ 500 (+ tax) for others), which will be in effect only this month.

Details:

Website: https://fintechsummit.com.au/

Date: 19th October 2022

Venue: Ashurst Ballroom, Martin Place, Sydney NSW

https://australianfintech.com.au/fintech-summit-2022-in-sydney-in-october-partners-with-ashurst/

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