FinTech Aviv, Israel’s largest fintech community, has announced a new scouting program to provide its community of over 2,000 Israeli fintech ecosystem members with tools to assist in growth and expansion both in Israel and abroad.
The Israeli fintech industry is predominantly directed at global markets, and boasts some of the world’s most innovative solutions, both for legacy players and also for disruptive alternative finance.
FinTech Aviv is led by Dan Abrahams, CEO of CurrencyTransfer.com, and Nir Netzer and Tal Sharon, founding partners of Equitech, a financial services advisory firm. It is the voice of some of the most innovative fintech ventures in Israel, and it is inviting global financial institutions to penetrate this vibrant industry by way of the FinTech-Aviv Global Scouting program.
The FinTech Aviv Global Scouting program allows financial institutions unprecedented access to the most promising Israeli fintech ventures according to their requirements, and to engage these ventures in various methods such as direct contact, round tables, intimate delegations, innovation programs, investment and M&A, and hiring potential. All the programs are custom built.
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FinTech Aviv invites financial institutions, corporations, banks and large entities to explore the FinTech Aviv Global Scouting program and engage with innovative Israeli FinTech ventures.
Finance Magnates is proud to present its inaugural TLV Conference, to be held on the 29th of June. Apart from the invaluable networking opportunities, the agenda is packed with panels, masterclasses and keynote speeches geared towards the subject of fintech. Industry leaders will be discussing subjects such as marketing automation, cybersecurity, financial regulation and cryptocurrencies, with a focus on the booming Israeli fintech scene. In keeping with this, there will also be a fintech spotlight session in which a lineup of firms will each have four minutes to pitch their exciting products, culminating in an award presented to the most promising.