Every year, the Singapore Fintech Festival (SFF) brings together thousands of people from across the world, bringing forward ideas that shape the economy, and making impactful public and private sector connections. SFF 2022 was the first in-person Festival since 2019, the week-long celebration was packed with curated, interactive sessions and networking opportunities.
Brimming with content stages, networking opportunities and a vibrant exhibition floor, SFF 2022 truly was a global reunion of the financial services industry. Take a look at our visual breakdown of the Festival.
Innovation Lab Crawl
Global thought leadership including inspirational talks and high-level discussions addressing resilience amid the current volatility.
Introducing a special global stage which will be the cornerstone of learning at SFF. These stages are curated by subject-matter experts, to advance current industry thinking and maximise debate and engagement.
The exhibition features multiple stages and points of interest. In Hall 2 alongside premium brands attendees will find meeting lounges reserved for private meetings. Hall 3 is where MAS will have a dedicated area and where the Talent Pavilion is located. Start-ups and the Founders Peak stage are in Hall 4, while the international pavilions and the newly launched ESG zone are in Hall 5.
As soon as the show closes each day, we will gather all conference delegates in each hall and host a networking reception with drinks and canapes.
This is a key opportunity for networking and showcasing your brand to attendees.
Elevandi Insights Forum
The Elevandi Insights Forum is an invitation-only gathering of policymakers, financial services leaders, founders, investors, and technology experts to shape the future of finance.
The Forum is designed to bring Senior Government Officials from the public sector and C-level attendees from the private sector together to address challenges and drive actionable outcomes: policy development, industry whitepapers, lighthouse projects.
The Forum includes a series of closed-door, 2-hour roundtables organised in partnership with policymakers, multilateral agencies and NGOs including MAS, BISIH, UNESCAP, IIF and the Milken Institute.