Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has announced that it has invested in four FinTech start-up companies.
The GCC is set for a surge in the use of FinTech apps during the COVID-19 global health crisis as contactless payments in the MEA region increase by 70 percent, according to the latest figures by Mastercard.
Mastercard has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hub71 – a tech ecosystem based in Abu Dhabi Global Market Square that incubates global fintech startups and technology companies.
Fintech Surge, Dubai World Trade Centre’s new exhibition, conference and meeting point for the Fintech community is providing an all-new online platform to keep the Fintech community connected and engaged.
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The UAE is leading the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)’s fintech market reaching a record-high of $2.5 billion by 2022.
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FinTech-focused multi-asset trading and investment firm Saxo Bank has revealed that US tech firms were the most traded among its UAE-based clients in 2019.
Hub71, Abu Dhabi’s tech ecosystem, has launched the region’s first Microsoft Reactor programme as it further expands its ecosystem.
Finastra Universe, Finastra’s regional flagship event for financial services, is back in Dubai.