Welcome to our FinTech Open Mic Night series in Singapore. Please join us for our monthly mixture of FinTech networking, showcasing and discussion.
This monthly session is designed to provide an opportunity to catch up with your peers, to see what's going on in the SIngapore and International FinTech scenes and to tell us all about yourself and your own work.
Please be aware that the agenda is updated on a regular basis
6:30pm - Doors open
Refreshments and Networking Opportunities
7:00pm - Session starts
-> Welcome address
Eugene Foo (http://www.meetup.com/NewFinanceSingapore/members/206248256), Event Host, NewFinance Singapore
-> Sponsor messages
Fernn Lim (http://www.meetup.com/NewFinanceSingapore/members/14378098), an introduction to OCBC's Fintech Centre (http://theopenvaultatocbc.com/)
Alwyn Tan (https://www.linkedin.com/in/alwynt), a software engineer, will talk about a Chrome plug-in he wrote to improve his experience with a British P2P lender
Jan D Semrau (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jandsemrau), an experienced Risk Manager in Asia and founder of tenqyu (http://www.tenqyu.com/), discussing the use of social networks for fraud detection in lending
Thinesh Vengasamy (https://www.linkedin.com/in/thinesh-vengasamy-096b3976) & Hazel Yew (https://www.linkedin.com/in/hazel-yew-b6972728) from FinMates (https://finmates.com/landing.html), a mobile based e-wallet that allows the underbanked to take advantage of cryptocurrencies as an alternative to traditional remittance
-> Panel Session
An open discussion with both speakers and delegates exploring the presentations so far
8:00pm - Closing address
Shout-outs, communications, feedback and thanks
Further Networking Opportunities
9:00pm Session ends
Thank you to our Partners:
The OCBC FinTech Accelerator (http://theopenvaultatocbc.com/), powered by NEST, is a mentor-driven programme designed to help entrepreneurs build the financial technology companies of the future, faster and more efficiently. Run from a dedicated space in Singapore, up to eight startups will be selected to join the full-time 12-week programme kicking off in May 2016.