Fintech Nation is a not for profit grassroot initiative to bring together fintech community, regulators, investors, startups and corporates together. Started in 2020 with development of Fintech Nation book, it currently supports access and scaling talent, capital, policy and venture development in Singapore.
In the long-term scheme of things, it doesn't matter who came first; instead, who did things the right way. Singapore's economic and fintech policies are a unique example of balancing social welfare with economic development.
System of economics to let market forces define the majority of outcomes, while a progressive government develops the broader structure of guidelines and policy investments to enable innovation and competition to develop further.
Unlike the international model of advocating disruption, Singapore practices a conciliatory approach of picking vital focus areas of innovation & then providing all possible resources to nurture them like a compassionate gardener.
Proudly collaborating with the
best fintech partners in the ecosystem
brought together to achieve a common goal.
The fintech journey of Singapore has been a story of relentless pursuit of excellence to build a global financial service hub with limited means and lots of aspirations. The slogan “Dream big. Start small. Move fast” brought together regulators, startups, investors, corporates and everyone else to achieve a common goal.
In 2020, the fintech community in Singapore came together to create a not for profit grassroots movement called, Fintech Nation , to bring the journey of Singapore to the world and enable the ecosystem to build for the future.
Key Milestones Aug 2022 - Launch of Fintech65
March 2022 - Launch of Fintech Nation Fund
November 2020 - Launch of First Singapore Fintech Nation Book
July 2020 - Launch of Fintech Nation Cred Cards
Small Team, Big Goals
Led by Varun Mittal, the team comprises of volunteers from the industry with the Fintech Nation spirit.
This is their way to contribute to ecosystem and talent development in Singapore.