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16 October 2018 - 8 Heshvan 5779 - ח' חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Singapore FinTech and City TLV association sign MOU E-mail

The Singapore FinTech Association (SFA) and the Israeli City TLV association have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to foster greater FinTech co-operation between the two communities.

The MOU signed between the non-profit associations on 18 December last year aims to bridge the two FinTech ecosystems, through cross border collaboration and initiatives. The leaders of the two associations took part in a joint televised conference on SMEs, and an Israeli delegation attended the Singapore Fintech Festival in November.

Further exchanges are planned to link these two hubs, which share similar profiles as leaders in technology with impeccable reputations for business services. Shmuel BenTovim, President of City TLV said: “Singapore is an important partner in our global FinTech network. They set a fine example of the potential for FinTech, with natural synergies between Israel and Singapore, enforced by our shared ambition for excellence in innovation and technology and the friendly relations between the two governments. City TLV will aim to include in the implementation of the MOU all relevant associations in Israel, including The Floor, Fintech Aviv, IATI, Israel Export Institute and Start-up Nation. This MOU is another example of our focused efforts to enable a global FinTech ecosystem which can generate returns for all stakeholders.”

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