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      80RR FinTech Hub

      www.80rrfintech.com

      80RR Fintech Hub SG is a coworking space set up in a joint effort between Hong Leong Holdings Ltd (HLHL), the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and Singapore Fintech Association (SFA), to support the growth of the Fintech Industry in Singapore. Currently, we are home to more than 40 companies from diverse countries and background.

      Our Mission is to provide an affordable coworking space within the Central Business District (CBD), which is essential for collaboration and networking for industry players in the Fintech Eco-System.

      With over 50 years of experience, HLHL is a major player in the property market and this has enabled 80RR to tap on their expertise and wealth of experience to provide our members with the most comfortable workspace and experience.

      Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA)

      https://www.asiacloudcomputing.org

      The Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) is the apex industry association that represents stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia. Founded originally in 2010, our mission is to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing throughout Asia Pacific. We are a not-for-profit organization comprising members of the cloud computing ad data ecosystem. This includes cloud service providers (CSPs), cloud users, system integrators, and all other companies and organizations who consider themselves part of the data economy.

      Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Association Limited (APSA)

      www.apsa-asia.com

      Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Association (“APSA”) was founded in 2006. APSA seeks to provide a platform for the views of the structured finance industry to be communicated to policy makers, regulators, standards-setters, market participants and investors. Our membership consists of regulators, investors, originators, banks, trustees, rating agencies, accountants, lawyers, academics and students. Our nominal membership fee ensures APSA retains a wide and independent membership representation within the structured finance industry. APSA collaborates closely with other organisations with similar interests, including IMN, CSF, HKIB, ASIFMA, HKSI, TMA, IFLR (with corresponding benefits to our members).

      Association of Cloud and Mobile Computing Professionals (ACMCP)

      http://www.acmcp.org/

      The Association of Cloud and Mobile Computing Professionals (ACMCP) is a non-profit making professional organization founded in 2014. Members of ACMCP come from a wide spectrum of professions including experts in areas including but not limited to consultancy, investment, sales and marketing, innovative design, internet-related professional services and mobile application developers. Dedicated to bring up the awareness of Cloud and Mobile Computing, and promote its adoption, knowledge sharing among members, universities and companies. Facilitate the communication and collaboration among the interested international parties in Cloud and Mobile Computing related areas. Encourage information technology adoption in local businesses and communities.

      New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Singapore

      https://www.nzchamber.org.sg/

      The NZ Chamber (Singapore) is a not for profit membership based organisation. Our vision is to develop a New Zealand hub in Singapore by creating a community of people and business in Singapore who are interested in and connected to New Zealand. We do this through facilitation of a range of business, educational and social events

      NPCI International Payments Limited (NIPL)

      https://www.npci.org.in/

      NPCI International Payments Limited (NIPL) was incorporated on April 3, 2020 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). As the international arm of NPCI, NIPL is devoted to the deployment of NPCI’s indigenous, successful Real-Time Payment System – Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and Domestic Card Scheme – RuPay, outside of India.
      There are several countries that want to establish a ‘real-time payment system’ or ‘domestic card scheme’ in their own country. NIPL, with its knowledge and experience, can offer these countries technological assistance through licensing, consulting for building real-time payment system to meet the rapidly evolving need of fast-growing global businesses.
      NIPL is focused on transforming payments across the globe with the use of technology and innovation.

      The Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP)

      https://www.aisp.sg/

      AiSP is an independent cybersecurity association that believes in developing, supporting and enhancing industry technical competence and management expertise to promote the integrity, status and interests of Information Security Professionals in Singapore. Through promoting the development, increase and spread of cybersecurity knowledge, AiSP aims to create a safe cybersecurity ecosystem.

      Asia Securities Industry & Financial Market Association (ASIFMA)

      www.asifma.org

      ASIFMA is an independent, regional trade association with over 140 member firms comprising a diverse range of leading financial institutions from both the buy and sell side, including banks, asset managers, law firms and market infrastructure service providers. Together, we harness the shared interests of the financial industry to promote the development of liquid, deep and broad capital markets in Asia. ASIFMA advocates stable, innovative and competitive Asian capital markets that are necessary to support the region's economic growth. We drive consensus, advocate solutions and effect change around key issues through the collective strength and clarity of one industry voice. Our many initiatives include consultations with regulators and exchanges, development of uniform industry standards, advocacy for enhanced markets through policy papers, and lowering the cost of doing business in the region. Through the GFMA alliance with SIFMA in the United States and AFME in Europe, ASIFMA also provides insights on global best practices and standards to benefit the region.

      Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia

      https://asosiasiblockchain.co.id/

      Asosiasi Blockchain Indonesia (The Indonesian Blockchain Association) is Indonesia's official blockchain and digital asset association. We are a non-profit organization.

      The Association was inaugurated by the Chairman of KADIN (Indonesia's Chamber of Commerce) in March 2018.

      We continuously interface with government policy makers, companies and universities. Our mission is to be the government's partner to spread the awareness and positive use of Blockchain and Digital Assets in Indonesia. Our members comprise of the leading blockchain and crypto companies in Indonesia and regionally.

      Canadian Blockchain Supply Chain Association (CBSCA)

      https://www.cbsca.ca

      The mission of CBSCA is to promote the application of blockchain and other technologies in the Canadian Supply Chain industry for its efforts to digitize, to help all companies achieve Supply Chain Optimization.

      CBSCA also brings together industry leaders to educate and promote the digitization and development of data standards between members in the global supply chain community through blockchain and other technologies.

      Promoting business collaboration is our natural goal as well. We are trying to create a forum that promotes discussion and engagement so all members can maximize success.

      Each year we organize different activities, such as webinars, meet-ups, summit and events to give our members opportunities to socialize, educate and collaborate.

      Federation of Egyptian Banks (FEB)

      http://www.febanks.com/en/

      The Federation of Egyptian Banks was established as a non-profit independent entity. FEB connects all Egyptian banks and foreign banks working in Egypt and complying with law 88/2003 regarding CBE and banking and monetary laws, which is modified by CBE Law No. 194/2020.

      The Federation objectives and policies:

      FEB objectives are:
      1. Enhancing the level of the banking profession in Egypt, in addition to promoting a banking culture
      2. Embedding the notions and perceptions of sound banking practices and adopting unified rules and procedures
      3. Supporting the scientific, cultural and social relationships among Egyptian banks
      4. Strengthening the cooperation between the Federation and the monetary authority
      5. Giving opinions in draft laws and suggesting amendments of current legislations related to the banking sector
      6. Defending the interests of the banking profession and lobbying for it in front of other entities.

      FinTech Australia is a member-driven organization that is building an ecosystem of Australian FinTechs to advance the global economy and culture. It aims to build a strong community, foster connections while supporting innovation and regulation that members require. Above all else, FinTech Australia exists to be the voice of the Australian FinTech community.

      FinTech Australia collaborates with stakeholders to create the best possible regulatory environment, and by fostering an ecosystem of supportive partners and networks so fintech companies can thrive and grow in Australia. It is also an active driver of policy development in the emerging fintech space.

      Asia Internet Coalition (AIC)

      www.aicasia.org

      The Asia Internet Coalition (AIC) is the leading industry association that represents global internet companies on matters of public policy. The association's mission is to foster innovation, promote economic growth, and empower people through the free and open internet in the Asia Pacific region. Founded in 2010, AIC brings together businesses and governments across the digital value chain to promote the benefits of the internet and ICT, and to provide a trusted and reputable voice on key policy issues.

      Blockchain Association Singapore (BAS)

      https://singaporeblockchain.org/

      Blockchain Association Singapore (BAS) is a member-based organization with the aim to support the growth of Singapore into a key regional blockchain & digital assets hub by facilitating collaboration between all market participants and stakeholders in the blockchain & digital assets ecosystem. We want to build a conducive ecosystem, encouraging legitimate players to discover solutions and promote best practices in a collaborative, open, and transparent manner.

      Through developing a connected blockchain ecosystem, information can be communicated among members and external stakeholders, fostering innovation, accelerating development and integration into the ecosystem for blockchain companies. The Association aims to represent, align and support common interests by coordinating and catalysing otherwise individual actions among the blockchain community.

      FinTech Association of Japan (FAJ)

      https://www.fintechjapan.org/

      The FAJ is a general incorporated association that promotes open innovation in the Japanese fintech industry by organizing events for its members and the fintech community, conducting working groups on key fintech subsectors and areas of interest, researching market trends, and other activities in support of the fintech ecosystem. The FAJ collaborates with domestic, international, and government organizations in support of the fintech ecosystem in Japan and globally.

      FinTech Association of Malaysia (FAOM)

      https://www.fintechmalaysia.org/

      FinTech Association of Malaysia (FAOM) is a national platform and a key enabler which supports Malaysia to be the leading hub of FinTech innovation and investment in the region. FAOM connects FinTech stakeholders with potential partners and regulators to support the growth of the FinTech ecosystem in Malaysia. The association, since its establishment in October 2016, has been engaging the FinTech community through thought leadership, conferences and multiple avenues to ensure a sustainable development of the FinTech industry.

      FinTech Association of Sri Lanka (FASL)

      http://www.srilankafintech.org

      FinTech Association of Sri Lanka (FASL) is an independent, not-for-profit, and cross-industry organisation representing Sri Lankan and global FinTech community to support the development, innovation and investment in the FinTech sector.

      The “FinTech Istanbul" is a platform that aims to bring together all important building blocks necessary for the healthy growth of the Turkish Financial Technologies Ecosystem. “FinTech Istanbul” set off with leading names in the fields of education, entrepreneurship and data analysis which are dedicated in these fields and adopts a structure which is open for cooperation with every new individual and company which might serve this purpose.

      Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC)

      https://gbbcouncil.org/

      The Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) is the leading global industry association for the blockchain technology ecosystem. Conceived during the Blockchain Summit on Sir Richard Branson’s Necker Island, the GBBC is a Swiss-based non-profit launched in 2017 in Davos, Switzerland with more than 330 institutional members, and 130 Ambassadors from more than 70 jurisdictions and disciplines. The organization is dedicated to furthering adoption of blockchain through engaging regulators, business leaders, and global changemakers on how to harness this ground-breaking technology to create more secure, equitable, and functional societies.

      Hong Kong International Blockchain & Financial Association (HKIBFA)

      http://hkibfa.io/

      Hong Kong International Blockchain and Financial Association (HKIBFA) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization registered in Hong Kong since 2018.
      It visions to establish Hong Kong leading position among Asia and the world in blockchain and FinTech industry and market, through following missions:
      1. Advocating market regulation and policy,
      2. Talent development for future blockchain, innovation technology professional by education, and
      3. Awareness of the disruptive blockchain technology in the mass market for adoption

      The organization supports and promotes technologies as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data and so on. Currently it’s serving more than 3,000 blockchain-investor, banker, government leader and scholar members from Hong Kong, Mainland China and other Belt and Road countries in Asia and the Pacific, The US and European countries.

      International Token Standardization Association (ITSA)

      https://itsa.global/

      The International Token Standardization Association (ITSA) e.V. is a not-for-profit association of German law that aims at promoting the development and implementation of comprehensive market standards for the identification, classification, and analysis of DLT- and blockchain-based cryptographic tokens. As an independent industry membership body, ITSA unites over 200 international members from various interest groups. In order to increase transparency and safety on global token markets, ITSA currently develops and implements the International Token Identification Number (ITIN) as a market standard for the identification of cryptographic tokens, and the International Token Classification (ITC) as a standard framework for the classification of cryptographic tokens according to their inherent characteristics. ITSA then adds the identified and classified token to the world’s largest register for tokens in our Tokenbase.

      Israeli Cyber Security Association (ICSA)

      www.CyberTogether.org

      Cyber Together, the Israeli Association for Cyber Security, is committed to fostering strategic resilience in global cyber security by promoting Israeli excellence, know-how and innovation and stimulating a dynamic international community that brings together the key creators and users of cyber security systems, technology and infrastructure for collaborative partnerships and exchanges.
      Cyber Together is dedicated to advancing the cyber security industry by giving businesses and executives across the globe, from the largest banks to the smallest new startups and everything in between, access to Israel’s leaders, innovators and great minds in the field of cyber security.
      Cyber Together is devoted to supporting Israeli ventures, both new players and mature businesses, in their quest for greater market share for cyber security solutions and exposure and positioning Israel, largely known as “Start-Up Nation,” as “Cyber Security Nation” as well.

      Our Work :
      The Cyber Together Innovation Radar comprises a structured framework for identifying, selecting, assessing and disseminating information on new technological developments, trends, regulations and needs by market users and clients in the cyber security domain. Gathering information and insights from the diverse sources and participants that form part of the international cyber security arena, this Cyber Together ecosystem fosters evidence-based exchanges, analytical thinking and simulations, paving the way for greater collaboration and more effective technological advances in cyber security. The Cyber Together Innovation Radar fuses impactful technology with innovative strategy.

      Cyber Together’s tools include:
      - A map of the Israeli cyber security industry to provide a comprehensive, vetted and up-to-date depiction of the active cyber security players in Israel and the current cyber security industry, in accordance with the Gartner Group Hype Cycle for Governance, Risk and Compliance technologies defined in 2014 and based on classifications deriving from research by the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute.
      - An information exchange platform to serve all member companies and individuals and foment a high-level professional community, while devising and raising awareness about best practices in all domains of information security.
      - A technologically sophisticated and innovative lab environment in which cyber security solutions may be developed and tested to best address evolving global market needs.

      The Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII)

      http://www.insurance.com.my/

      The Malaysian Insurance Institute (MII) founded in 1968 as a non-profit organisation, is the leading professional body and education institution for the Malaysian insurance industry. With 30,945 members and growing comprising institutional and individual members, MII is the largest professional body for insurance professionals in the industry here. MII provides internationally recognised qualifications in insurance, risk management, compliance, and financial planning.

      As a highly respected regional centre offering an extensive range of quality education programmes and training programmes for professionals in the financial services industry, MII also supports the industry as the international examination facilitator for several industry associations and international awarding bodies.

      MII aspires to be the preferred insurance institute for developing human capital and raising professional standards in the region.

      Taiwan FinTech Association (TFTA)

      http://www.fintech.org.tw/

      The Taiwan FinTech Association (TFTA) was founded in February of 2017 by more than a hundred companies and professionals. Its diverse members (including financial institutions, FinTech companies, IT companies, universities, research institutions, lawmakers, former ministers, and FSC officials) make a collaborative FinTech ecosystem possible. Through this FinTech ecosystem, we hope to enhance the development of disruptive innovation, share the fruits of the innovation, create benign competition, collaborate with other industries, and improve the capabilities and competitiveness of the Taiwanese FinTech industry.

      Chairwoman of the Board: Ms. Jaclyn Tsai (Co-Founder of Lee, Tsai & Partners, Attorneys-at-Law; GITA Foundation Council Member; Former Minister without Portfolio)

      Tech Nordic Advocates (TNA)

      https://www.technordicadvocates.org/

      Tech Nordic Advocates is Northern Europe’s largest – and only pan-Nordic/Baltic (not-for-profit) – tech/startup ecosystem network of founders, startups, scaleups, investors, mentors, startup/scaleup hubs, incubators, accelerators, corporates, universities and public sector organisations, working together to stimulate Nordic/Baltic startup, scaleup and tech sector growth. Tech Nordic Advocates is the Nordic/Baltic sibling of Tech London Advocates, and Nordic/Baltic arm of Global Tech Advocates, the world’s only global tech community of over 14,000 tech leaders from Silicon Valley to Europe, China, India, Asia and Australia/New Zealand.

      Association of Thai Securities Companies

      http://www.asco.or.th/

      Association of Thai Securities Companies (ASCO) is registered under the Securities Exchange Act with purpose to develop the Thai capital market and securities industry. Currently have 42 members.
      ASCO further expanded the operations to cover all levels of activities of members by establishing the Investment Banking Club in 1996 with objective to promote investment banking business from policy to operations.
      In 1997, ASCO formed the Compliance Club to ensure that compliance of members is on the standard level.
      In 1999, the IT Club was founded.
      In 2005, the Back Office Operation Club was established. As well as the Futures Industry Club was founded to develop the standard of running the futures business.
      In 2012, the HR Club was established with the objectives of serving as a center for HR development area.

      Canada-ASEAN Business Council

      http://www.canasean.com/

      The Canada-ASEAN Business Council (CABC) was established in 2012 by Canadian private sector companies operating in ASEAN, at the request of Canada's Minister of International Trade through Global Affairs Canada, at the first ASEAN Economic Ministers (AEM) consultation with Canada in Cambodia. It is the pre-eminent organization with an ASEAN region-wide mandate to promote and increase trade relations between Canada and ASEAN. The mission of the CABC is simple: to facilitate increased trade and investment in the Canada-ASEAN economic corridor through policy advocacy, networking and education. CABC membership includes leading Canadian enterprises active in ASEAN, and is open to companies conducting business or considering doing business between Canada and the ASEAN region. The CABC is based in Singapore, and has a representative office in Calgary, Canada where it is also registered as a Federal not-for-profit organization.

      Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore

      https://cancham.org.sg/

      Since its inception in 1983 (as the Canada-Singapore Business Association), CanCham Singapore has grown into one of Singapore's most recognized international business associations.
      It is currently embarking on providing more value to its members as a result of Asia's ascendancy in global markets and Canada's increased commercial engagement with Singapore and its neighbours. If you are interested in joining the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, please follow this link for more information.

      CFA Society Thailand was founded in 2003. We are part of CFA Institute.
      CFA Society Thailand is a non-profit global network of over 600 investment and finance professionals in Thailand.

      As a local member society, CFA Society Thailand strives to assist our members, CFA candidates, and other financial professionals in their career development. We are committed to promoting best practices and the highest professional and ethical standards in the investment industry.

      Our principal objectives are: To encourage the development of the investment industry and profession in Thailand; To maintain and improve the professional competence and integrity of investment professionals in Thailand; To become an effective channel of communication between members, regulators, and other market participants; and To promote the CFA ® program in Thailand

      European Chamber of Commerce, Singapore (EuroCham Singapore)

      www.eurocham.org.sg

      EuroCham Singapore is an independent non-profit organization governed by members, representing the common interest of the European business community in promoting bilateral trade, services and investments between Europe and Singapore, and the region.

      We have a unique network of European and local corporations based in Singapore, representatives from European National Business Groups in Singapore, strategic partners including universities and trade associations as well as an appreciation of the local governmental bodies. EuroCham is also officially endorsed by the European Union Delegation to Singapore.
      Representing the voice of the European business community in Singapore, we provide our members with a forum for advocacy, networking and information sharing. We highlight their interests through the activities of 13 sector and topic driven committees and through our flagship programme on themes like Sustainability, The Future of Healthcare and Wellbeing, The Future of Movement and The Local Workforce in EU companies.

      FINDEC is Sweden's Hub for Fintechs, with a purpose to boost Sweden's financial technology ecosystem through network, knowledge and collaboration.

      FinTech Association of Hong Kong (FTAHK)

      https://ftahk.org/

      FinTech Association of Hong Kong is a not-for-profit, independent, membership-based organization that is the voice of the FinTech community in Hong Kong. It is led by a volunteer group of board members and committee co-chairs who care about the future of FinTech in Hong Kong, Greater China and Asia. Its members range from promising startups and passionate individuals to global financial institutional service providers. FTAHK also works closely with the government and regulators to advocate for global standards in the FinTech ecosystem. It supports the development of Hong Kong as a leading FinTech centre by Advocating, Collaborating and Educating.

      French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore

      www.fccsingapore.com

      The French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore belongs to a worldwide network of 127 French Chambers (CCIFI) in 92 countries with over 37,000 companies.

      One of the most active Chambers in Asia, the French Chamber is a private association that promotes mutually beneficial trade relations between Singapore and France. We represent a dynamic business platform of over 650 companies and individual members representing a total network of 7,000 contacts in Singapore. Offering a comprehensive range of competitive, efficient and customised services, our mission is to connect and promote our members, boosting their development in Singapore and in the region.

      As the official ""Team France Export"" representative, we are the one-stop shop for French companies in their export and and development in Singapore.

      Global Private Capital Association (GPCA)

      www.globalprivatecapital.org

      The Global Private Capital Association , which was founded as the Emerging Markets Private Equity Association (EMPEA) in 2004, is a non-profit, independent membership organization representing private capital investors who manage more than USD2t in assets across Asia, Latin America, Africa, Central & Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

      United by a long-term investment approach, our members are fund and institutional investors including private equity, growth equity, venture capital, private credit, real assets, pension plans and sovereign wealth funds, among others.

      Our mission is to connect and influence key market participants, promoting the sectors, strategies and deals that will drive investment returns and meet societal needs. A cornerstone of GPCA’s work is generating proprietary data, intelligence and deal cases to drive transparency and showcase innovation from across global markets.

      Hong Kong Data Science Society

      http://www.hkdss.org/

      Hong Kong Data Science Society is a non-profit organization that aims:
      1) to promote data science and big data in Hong Kong and worldwide by connecting individuals, corporations and data scientists;
      2) to create awareness and facilitate the application of data science within the Hong Kong community and worldwide;
      3) to provide data science training and competition opportunities in Hong Kong and worldwide.

      Hong Kong Federation of E-commerce (HKFEC)

      http://www.hkfec.org/

      Established in 2015, the Hong Kong Federation of E-commerce, HKFEC, is a leading non profit organization supporting the E-commerce development with a mission to address the best practices in the borderless ecommerce space through collaboration with policy makers, industries, and global alliances.

      Over the years, HKFEC has organized various industry events in partnership with Magento, Salesforce, Alibaba, Amazon, Shopee and local key ecommerce players. One of the key events - Ecommerce World Summit has become a leading industry event over the region, attracting over 1,000 of industry professionals to attend every year.

      HKFEC also provides a connection between government and the industry, being an ecommerce event co-organizer and give support to the major trade and ecommerce events in mainland, such as Beijing Trade Expo , Data Expo in Guizhou Digital Expo and Greater Bay Area Cross Border Ecommerce Resource Center.

      Hong Kong Internet Finance Association (HKIFA)

      http://www.hkifa.org/

      Hong Kong Internet Finance Association (HKIFA) is a non-profit organisation established in Hong Kong. HKIFA leads some of the most ambitious efforts in Hong Kong to promote and advance the education of Fintech and of the use of technology for benefit of the public. We facilitate communication between Fintech practitioners and governmental bodies and promote international exchange of idea around Fintech development.

      Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA)

      https://wtiahk.org/

      Throughout the years, WTIA keeps on taking the role as a super connector in the industry, associating developers, service providers and government, and work together to expedite the development of wireless technology in Hong Kong. In these years, we established centers with the theme of wireless and mobile technology, and also numerous seminars, awards and projects to popularize the usage of wireless technology. In the future, we will continue to implement more practical works that will help to advance the industry.

      India Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (IVCA)

      https://ivca.in/

      Established, for over a decade, by industry professionals with a unified aim to drive forward Alternate capital industry in India. The IVCA (Indian Venture and Alternate Capital Association) is India’s apex body representing the interests of PE/VC industry, Real estate, Infrastructure and Credit funds, Limited Partners, Family offices & Corporate VC’s. IVCA is a non profit organization powered by its members. The member firms comprise of firms from around the world including investment manager, investment advisor, general partner, fund whose sponsors are sovereign wealth fund, pension funds, national Governments, large Government entities, bilateral/multilateral financial institutions; high net worth individuals and family offices.

      LATOKEN is a fast-paced international crypto exchange and IEO platform with 2+ million users throughout the world.LATOKEN brings commerce and banking to blockchain technology to automate transaction processing and save billions of working hours per year. Only one year after its launch, LATOKEN got 900,000+ downloads on Google Play and 1,200,000+ subscribers on social networks. Entrepreneurs and business owners who look for funding can also consider the LATOKEN IEO Launchpad. More than 300 digital assets and 500 crypto pairs are available for traders with the ability to connect using RESTful APIs or WebSocket. What is more, LATOKEN has recently launched a P2P service for its users to improve the trader experience further. And the cherry on top, LATOKEN hosted the Blockchain Economic Forum last year. BEF Roadshows connect crypto investors with business people to build the next big things.

      Myanmar Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (MPE&VCA)

      https://mpevca.org/

      The Myanmar Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (MPE&VCA) was established in May 2019 and is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the vibrant venture capital and private equity industry in Myanmar, facilitating PE investment and the overall economic development of the country. MPE&VCA aims to provide a forum where the importance of VC and PE can be discussed and shared amongst its members, and can then be used to benefit all industries across the Myanmar market. MPE&VCA members are investment firms who have demonstrated a real commitment to Myanmar and have a track record of investing in Myanmar, as well as the legal and consulting firms that support and work with them. MPE&VCA represents more than US$500 million of capital invested and available for investment in Myanmar.

      Nordic Innovation House Singapore

      www.nordicinnovationhouse.com

      Nordic Innovation House is a community platform accelerating high-quality Nordic tech startups, scaleups and growth companies. Via our strong community and network, we connect Nordic companies into the right ecosystem stakeholders.
      Supported by Nordic Innovation, we are a unique collaboration between the Nordic countries. In Singapore, our Nordic partners include Business Sweden, Innovation Norway, the Embassy of Finland, Business Iceland, and the Embassy of Denmark in Singapore.
      We share the mission of building bridges between the Nordics and Southeast Asia. We also have a presence in Silicon Valley, New York, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo providing a global network and framework tailored to serve the local ecosystem needs

      Portugal FinTech Association

      https://www.portugalfintech.org/

      We are a FinTech-centric network. We are committed to exponentially rising the potential of the Portuguese scenario as a FinTech venture hub and to creating a united ecosystem where every FinTech, InsureTech, RegTech and Cybersecurity company in Portugal can constantly interact with regulators, legislators, consultants, banks, investors and other relevant entities.

      Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium (SGCSC)

      https://sgcsc.sg

      The Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium (SGCSC) is a platform for engagement between industry, academia and government agencies to encourage use-inspired research, translation, manpower training and technology awareness in the area of cybersecurity. It is funded under the National Cybersecurity R&D (NCR) Programme and anchored at the National University of Singapore (NUS) since 1 September 2016. Singapore-incorporated companies with interest and expertise in cybersecurity are welcome to apply for SGCSC membership to engage in activities that include technology updates, workshops, Special Interest Groups, and opportunities for funded research collaboration with local research institutes and public agencies.

      Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC)

      www.sicc.com.sg

      SICC has been helping businesses and Singapore since its foundation on 8 February 1837. The Chamber is Singapore’s longest serving, independent business association. No other voluntary business association in Singapore has such a diverse membership base drawn from all sectors of the economy: 50% of member companies are Singaporean owned businesses and 50% foreign owned businesses. Half of member companies are large organisations including multinationals and half are medium, small and start-up companies. The Chamber’s members form a network of purpose connecting people to expand business opportunities and while doing so to:-

      Champion anti-ageism in the workforce, positive workplace culture and talent integration, Singapore’s multiculturalism, leader and people skills development, collaborative innovation, digitalisation and transitioning to circular models of production and consumption to achieve true commercial and environmental sustainability.

      Women in Tech Thailand

      https://women-in-tech.org/th/

      Women in Tech Thailand is part of a global non-profit organisation., Women in Tech Global Movement. Women in Tech® is an international organisation with a double mission: to close the gender gap and to help women embrace technology. The organization focuses on 4 primary areas that are a call for action: Education, Entrepreneurialism, Social Inclusion, Science & Innovation. The aim is to educate, equip and empower women and girls with the necessary skills and confidence to succeed in STEM career fields. More than an organisation, we are a global movement made up of members, partners and an ecosystem of networks that share our values and that have the same mission of striving for an Inclusive Tech industry. The issue of women empowerment in Tech is of major importance. We have to tackle it as a global community so as to drive sustainable change and create the necessary impact. Our community is represented by persons of all abilities – regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, class, age or sexual orientation. We have members in over 100 countries.

      Women’s World Banking designs and invests in financial solutions, institutions, and policy environments in emerging markets to create greater economic stability and prosperity for women, their families, and their communities. With a global reach of 57 partners in 32 countries serving more than 69 million women clients, Women’s World Banking drives impact through its scalable, market-driven solutions; gender lens private equity fund; and leadership and diversity programs.

      Access Blockchain Association (Malaysia)

      https://access-my.org

      Asosiasi FinTech Syariah Indonesia (AFSI)

      https://fintechsyariah.id/en

      The Indonesian Sharia Fintech Association (AFSI) is an umbrella organization that bridges communication between the sharia fintech industry, society and the Indonesian government & advocates for a bigger role of sharia fintech in supporting financial inclusion in Indonesia. The Indonesian government's Financial Services Authority (OJK) has appointed AFSI as the Digital Financial Innovation Association on August 24, 2020. This means that OJK is working with AFSI to provide complementary oversight of the sharia fintech industry.

      Banking & Financial Services Union (BFSU)

      http://www.bfsu.org.sg/wps/portal/bfsu/home

      On 5 May 1964, Singapore Bank Officers’ Association (SBOA) was formed to represent the Officers in the banks on workplace issues and grievances.
      Over the years, the banking industry has transformed tremendously amidst the digital disruption. The union leaders of the SBOA decided change is imminent and the union needed to reposition the union’s mission to serve even more workers from the industry. The union leaders voted to change the union’s constitution to allow all persons who are employed in any capacity in the banking and financial services industry in Singapore to join the union.
      The union has changed its name from Singapore Bank Officers’ Association to the Banking and Financial Services Union (BFSU) to reflect their renewed mission and determination to stay relevant and strengthen the union’s outreach to Professionals, Managers and Executives (PMEs) in the banking and financial services industry. On 11 January 2019, BFSU was launched, together with the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) officially recognizing Singapore FinTech Association as a partner of the union’s Finance Industry Professionals Chapter.

      The London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF)

      https://apac.libf.ac.uk/

      Founded in London in 1879, we offer globally-recognised executive training and professional qualifications to support the banking and finance sector around the world.

      We provide banking professionals and organisations with the skills, knowledge, and insights they need to thrive in a rapidly changing environment.
      Our programmes range from technical topics to future banking, fintech, risk, and sustainability. They’re delivered by a faculty of subject matter experts who have industry experience as well as academic. We look beyond the hype and examine the practical implications for banks and their employees.

      As one of Asia’s leading financial hubs, our regional office in Singapore is well equipped to support professionals in the APAC region.
      We are The London Institute of Banking & Finance, your lifelong partners for financial education.

      Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)

      http://ficci.in/index.asp

      Established in 1927, FICCI is India’s oldest and largest apex business organization and the voice of India’s business and industry. FICCI works closely with the government on policy issues and serves members from the Indian private and public corporate sectors and MNC’s and diverse regional chambers of commerce and industry across states, reaching out to over 2,50,000 companies, facilitating trade, investment and internationalisation. FICCI works across 70 diverse sectors through a network of 16 state offices in India and 8 international offices, organizes 300 conferences, summits , exhibitions each year, and releases insightful research reports and surveys in all sectors and works to expand business opportunities through a range of specialized services & global linkages.

      Indonesia Information Technology Federation (FTII)

      https://ftii.id/

      International Compliance Association (ICA)

      https://www.int-comp.org/

      The International Compliance Association (ICA) is a professional membership and awarding body open to compliance professionals at all stages of their career. As part of our ongoing commitment to setting the standard, we provide a wealth of knowledge, tools, resources and practical support.
      We are the leading provider of professional, certificated qualifications in anti-money laundering; governance, risk and compliance and financial crime prevention. An internationally recognised organisation, our qualifications are awarded in association with Alliance Manchester Business School, the University of Manchester.
      Our global community has members across 130 countries. Being a member demonstrates a commitment to the highest standards of practice and conduct, enhances your professional reputation and employability and significantly protects and improves the performance of your organisation.
      Recognition. Community. Knowledge. The benchmark of excellence.

      SwissCham Singapore

      https://swisscham.sg/

      SwissCham Singapore is one of the pillars of the Swiss community in Singapore and brings together the representatives of Swiss companies, encouraging networking and exchange of information and championing the establishment of Swiss values and quality through business. As a member you not only have the possibility be part of various events and activities, you also can benefit from diverse discounts special offers. The main objectives of the SwissCham Singapore are:
      - to assist the Swiss companies in Singapore, - to provide any services appropriate to a business group without involvement in politics,
      - to promote the growth of the Swiss trade,
      - to assist in promoting trade, investment, finance, commerce and industry between Switzerland and Singapore,
      - to promote foster, support and represent the Swiss related interest of the trade of the SwissCham members by all means and methods consistent with the laws and constitution of the Republic of Singapore.

      Tech Nation is the leading scaleup accelerator in the UK. Tech Nation fuels the growth of game-changing founders, leaders, and scaling companies so they can positively transform societies and economies. We provide them with the coaching, content, and community they need for their journey in designing the future. Tech Nation has years of experience facilitating and helping UK tech companies scale, both at home and abroad. Over 30 cohorts and 900 companies have successfully graduated from Tech Nation’s growth programmes. Alumni include Skyscanner, Revolut, Deliveroo, Darktrace, Checkout.com and Wise

      Thai FinTech Association (TFA)

      https://thaifintech.org

      Thai Fintech Association (TFA) is the non-profit organization established on 2016 with the purpose to encourage the cooperation from stakeholders in all sectors to develop Thai Fintech industry for sustainable growth internationally.

      The Indus Entrepreneurs Delhi (TIE Delhi)

      http://www.delhi.tie.org

      THE INDUS ENTREPRENEURS-Delhi (TiE-Delhi NCR), a Company incorporated under the provisions of Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 and having its registered office at C-482, Defence Colony, New Delhi- 110024 and its corporate office at Unit No. 1102, Tower- A, Advant IT Park, Plot No. 7, Sector- 142, Expressway, Noida- 201305
      TiE Delhi-NCR is among the most active and vibrant chapters across the vast TiE network. In the last two decades, it has continuously taken the lead in creating an increasingly positive ecosystem for entrepreneurs and investors.

      With a strong mentor support base, marquee events and focused workshops throughout the year it has emerged as one of the most valuable platforms supporting entrepreneurship, nationally.

      TiE Delhi-NCR conducts a wide range of programs to help entrepreneurs. These include TiEcon, Startup Expo, Startup School. India Internet Day, TiE Institute, TiE Young Entrepreneurs along with Special Interest Groups (SIGs) across sectors.

      Workforce Singapore

      http://www.wsg.gov.sg/

      Workforce Singapore promotes the development, competitiveness, inclusiveness, and employability of all levels of the workforce. Its key mission is to enable Singaporeans to meet their career aspirations, take on quality jobs at different stages of life, and help enterprises be competitive and manpower lean. Workforce Singapore’s focus is on strengthening the Singaporean core and ensuring that Singaporeans are able to have better jobs and careers. Workforce Singapore, in partnership with key stakeholders, also provides support to business owners and companies to enable them to transform and grow, while building a future-ready workforce

      Quona India Advisors LLP

      https://quona.com/

      Quona Capital is a venture firm specializing in financial technology for inclusion in emerging markets

      Sinofy Group is a team of tech, business, and brand gurus located in 22 countries, operating in 12 languages, and united by a common vision: bridge the gap between the polarised: East and West, Tech and Business.

      Sinofy uses its team’s deep expertise, extensive network, and years of experience to localize brands' narrative, communicate their stories to their audience, and make an impact at every stage of their marketing, funding, and beyond.

      Sinofy elite team collaborates across networks every day to guarantee its clients superior quality service, by working with innovative tech brands seeking to expand their digital reach and by creating customized solutions to Fund, Empower Tech companies in the world`s most digitally connected region — China and Southeast Asia

      Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA)

      http://www.imda.gov.sg

      The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) leads Singapore’s digital transformation with infocomm media. To do this, IMDA will develop a dynamic digital economy and a cohesive digital society, driven by an exceptional infocomm media (ICM) ecosystem – by developing talent, strengthening business capabilities, and enhancing Singapore's ICM infrastructure. IMDA also regulates the telecommunications and media sectors to safeguard consumer interests while fostering a pro-business environment and enhances Singapore’s data protection regime through the Personal Data Protection Commission. For more news and information, visit www.imda.gov.sg or follow IMDA on Facebook IMDAsg and Twitter @IMDAsg