Business Partners

 

 

We build strong and close relationships through our engagement with customers and society. Whenever people strive to reach their goals and realise their dreams, we are there to provide relevant financial solutions. We are the largest bank in the Nordic region and among the ten largest financial groups in Europe in terms of total market capitalisation with over 10 million customers.

Nordea is organised into Personal Banking that serves household customers, Commercial and Business Banking that serves Corporate Customers, Wholesale Banking that serves large corporate customers and institutions and finally Asset & Wealth Management that provides high quality investment, savings, and risk management solutions to high net worth individuals and institutional investors.

Read more about us on www.nordea.com

 

PwC Sweden is the market leader within auditing, tax and advisory services, with 2,800 people at 34 offices throughout the country. Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. Our 45,000 clients are comprised of both global and Swedish companies and organisations of all sizes, and public sector entities. We provide guidance to our clients and assist them in achieving their goals, regardless of their stage of development.

PwC Sweden operates as a separate and independent legal entity. We are a member of the PwC global network which has 250,000 people in 158 countries. This gives us the possibility of sharing knowledge and experience on a global basis in developing sustainable solutions for our clients.

More info: www.pwc.se


Community Partners

 

 

Copenhagen FinTech is an association built on the vision of creating a Danish growth adventure within fintech. Copenhagen FinTech combines the visionary ideas of fintech entrepreneurs, the experience of the established financial sector, the desire for societal benefits of the public sector and the research from the universities with the overarching purpose of building a thriving fintech ecosystem for the benefit of all stakeholders.

More info: www.copenhagenfintech.dk

Helsinki Fintech Farm is the fintech hub of Helsinki operated by HUB13. Our mission is to provide the Finnish finance industry an international platform for innovation, by bringing together financial institutions, fintech companies, regulators, service providers and fintech investors. 

More info: www.helsinkfifintech.fi

 

The Fintech Cluster is a membership association of companies and institutions related to fintech. The Fintech Cluster is located in Reykjavík, Iceland, and operates the Fintech Center, which is a space for startups and other companies in fintech.

More info: www.fjartaekniklasinn.is 

 

 

India FinTech Forum is a non-profit initiative that offers a platform for fintech companies to collaborate and voice their opinions on the relevant policy issues. The India FinTech Forum organises meet-ups in several locations and seeks to drive policies that accelerate the growth of fintech in India. We also organise the India FinTech Awards (IFTA), which recognises the best and most innovative fintech firms across globe.

More info: www. indiafintech.com

 

Finmirai (フィン未来 Future of Fintech) is a commercial Japanese Venture builder for Japanese and international startups with a mission to give Fintech companies access to the Japanese financial institutions, supporting companies through network, knowledge and funding.

More info: http://finmirai.jp

 

 

Tokyo FinTech is registered as a non-profit organisation in Japan, promoting the domestic financial ecosystem through innovation. Founded in 2017, Tokyo FinTech manages the largest active meetup community broadly supporting the domain, with more than 3,000 members currently. The Tokyo FinTech Medium publication and the Tokyo FinTech podcast are followed widely. More information about Tokyo FinTech here:

More info: www.tokyofintech.com

 

 

Oslo Fintech Hub is the independent fintech hub in the Oslo region. By giving the fintech community the opportunity to cooperate with financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies, tech companies and other corporates - we want to make Oslo the natural choice for anyone looking to build strong, innovative fintech companies.

More info: www.oslofintechhub.no

 

 

NCE Finance Innovation is a non-profit association and fintech innovation cluster. The cluster consists of more than 70 members from banking, insurance, tech, start-ups, investors, consulting, academia and research institutions. Together, we are aim to create the financial services and solutions of tomorrow.

More info: www.financeinnovation.no

 

 

Swedish Financial Technology Association, shortened SweFinTech, is an industry association for the Swedish FinTech companies. Our purpose is to gather the Swedish FinTech community to create impact. We work for a well-functioning FinTech market in Sweden by initiating meetings and cooperation with relevant government officials, authorities, agency, politicians and other business organisations. We arrange network meetings and events for our members. As a non-profit association it's our members which sets the agenda and finance our association.

More info: www.swefintech.se

 

 

Embassy House is a co-working space and innovation hub with a focus on start-ups and tech. With more than 100 awesome member companies at two central locations in Stockholm, we’re combining the three things we love most – people, business and technology!

More info: http://embassy.house

 

 

We give Nordic tech startups, scale-ups and growth companies a head start in the most relevant global innovation hubs in Silicon Valley, New York, Singapore and Hong Kong. By offering a strong community, connections to the local ecosystem, and programs for acceleration, we support you hit the ground running.

More info: www.nordicinnovationhouse.com 

 

 

Tech Nordic Advocates is Northern Europe’s largest – and only pan-Nordic/Baltic – network of 800 tech leaders, including startups, founders, entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, accelerators, experts, policy makers and corporates, working together to grow the Nordics​/​Baltics into a global tech/startup hub​.

Tech Nordic Advocates is the sibling of Tech London Advocates, the engine behind London’s tech sector, and the Nordic/Baltic arm of Global Tech Advocates, the world’s only global tech/ startup ecosystem. Tech Nordic Advocates boasts the largest Fintech community in the Nordics/Baltics, hosts fintech startup/scaleup/investor matching events across the region, and bring Nordic/Baltic fintech startups to Nordic/Baltic showcase events across our global network, including London Tech Week mid-June every year, China, the US and Canada.

More info: www.technordicadvocates.org

 

Swiss Finance + Technology Association (SFTA) is the hub for FinTech in Switzerland. SFTA is an independent member-based association that aims to serve as the hub for FinTech in Switzerland. Our members are individuals connected to the Swiss FinTech ecosystem. The group is volunteer-led and engages with partners (i.e., corporates, associations, Government, etc.) to pursue its aims.

More info: https://swissfinte.ch 

 

Qatar FinTech Hub is global FinTech Hub with a purpose to support the development of the FinTech industry in the State of Qatar. Our objective is to facilitate collaboration among the participants and stakeholders of the FinTech ecosystem and to develop meaningful local and global relationships that will advance our FinTech vision.

More info: www.fintech.qa

 

Czech Fintech Association is a non-for-profit that aims to support shared interests of fintech companies and entrepreneurs, shape the regulatory environment and, thereby, promotes the adotpion of cashless and frictionless solutions in the Czech Republic and the EU. The Association curates (i) networking events, chairs (ii) expert working groups and has the ambition to be a (iii) single point of contact for innovators, investors, regulators, policy makers and commercial partners in the Czech fintech environment.

More info: www.czechfintech.cz

 

Fintech Scotland has been established by the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, the financial services sector and University of Edinburgh to ensure that Scotland seizes the fintech opportunity and achieves critical mass in the sector by encouraging financial innovation, collaboration and inclusion as part of the country’s broader digital economy objectives.

More info: www.fintechscotland.com

 

FinTech-Aviv community, the leading Israeli FinTech community. One of the world's largest FinTech communities, which consists of 7,000 entrepreneurs, FinTech ventures, financial institutions, leading professionals and investors.

More info: www.fintech-aviv.com

 

FinTech Association of Nigeria (FinTechNGR) is a self-regulatory, not-for-profit and non- political organisation incorporated in Nigeria to foster an ecosystem that supports all stakeholders to achieve a thriving and growing Nigerian FinTech industry.

More info: www.fintechng.org

The European Women Payments Network (EWPN) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to building a community for women in cards, fintech & payments in Europe. As the first and only Pan-European community for women, EWPN strives to create more opportunities for women and minorities, as well as being a champion for a more diverse and inclusive industry for all. EWPN does this by organising local networking evenings, workshops, annual events, awards and research, which all are welcome to be involved in. Find out more at ewpn.eu

More info: www.ewpn.eu