Sumsub Now a Member of Singapore Fintech Associationby Fintech News Singapore December 14, 2023
Sumsub, a global full-cycle verification platform, announced that it has officially become a member of the Singapore Fintech Association (SFA). The firm had set up its regional headquarters in Singapore in July this year.
According to Sumsub, this is in line with its commitment to “driving innovation, fostering key industry connections, and contributing to the vibrant fintech landscape in Singapore, as well as the wider APAC market”.
The SFA, a non-profit initiative encompassing various sectors within fintech, aims to encourage collaboration among ecosystem participants. Sumsub will have extensive networking opportunities, connecting with over 860 members and more than 60 international partners to expand its industry reach and explore potential collaborations.
In addition to gaining access to grants for growth and development, Sumsub’s membership grants it the opportunity to showcase its expertise alongside the SFA during prominent local events such as the annual Singapore Fintech Festival. It also allows participation in offline webinars, fostering engagement and exposure.
Beyond the SFA membership, Sumsub also actively participates in three subcommittees namely regtech, Web 3.0 and payments.
“Joining the Singapore Fintech Association marks an exciting milestone for us. We are thrilled to be part of such an exciting community that fosters collaboration and growth within the country’s fintech sector.
We are committed to supporting firms across the fintech industry and harnessing the SFA’s incredible network to provide anti-fraud products and build valuable relationships that drive both innovation and safety,”
said Penny Chai, VP of Business Development, APAC, at Sumsub.
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