The Swiss Pavilion at the Singapore Fintech Festival 2019 will include 20 fintech, finance, and technology firms from Switzerland and Liechtenstein. A great opportunity to network.
From 11th to 15th November, the Singapore Fintech Festival 2019 will again attract a global audience of Fintech pioneers, startups, global corporations, and investors. There will be a Swiss Pavilion, co-hosted by the Swiss Embassy, Switzerland Global Enterprise, and Swiss Business Hub ASEAN to provide a platform for Swiss enterprises to showcase their innovative products.
Last year, 45,000 participants from 130 countries attended the event, including key executives and decision-makers from global financial institutions and corporates, innovators, and technologists from FinTech start-ups to unicorns, investors, and academia. Thus, the Fintech Festival is an excellent opportunity to network and gain in-depth industry insights.
The location couldn’t be any better, as Singapore has developed into a hotspot for Fintech and blockchain technology. The country is home to a vibrant banking scene, numerous startups and the government is facilitating innovation by taking a progressive stance on legislation and by driving its own initiatives.
The Swiss Pavilion will include companies from both Switzerland and Liechtenstein, namely:
Algo Trader from Zurich, Switzerland: AlgoTrader is an institutional-grade algorithmic trading software solution for conducting quantitative research, trading strategy development, strategy backtesting, and automated trading for both traditional securities and crypto-assets.
Ambitorio, Baar, Switzerland: Ambitorio develops concepts and applications meant for high-security data transfers using blockchain technology.
Bitcoin Suisse, Zug, Switzerland, and Vaduz, Liechtenstein: Bitcoin Suisse provides crypto-financial services, including prime brokerage, storage, lending, and other services. The company is regulated as a Swiss financial intermediary (SRO – VQF member). It is headquartered in Zug and operates a branch – Bitcoin Suisse Liechtenstein AG – in Vaduz.
CoreLedger, Schaan, Liechtenstein and Baar, Switzerland: CoreLedger provides a decentralized, modular operating system, designed for all types of crypto assets and services. The company’s core product is TEOS (Token Economy Operating System), which enables businesses to document, tokenize, and trade any goods or services via an API or a user-friendly online platform.
Crypto Finance, Zug, Switzerland: The Crypto Finance Group provides institutional and professional investors crypto products and services. It operates three subsidiaries: Crypto Fund, a regulated asset manager for crypto assets authorized by Finma; Crypto Broker, active in crypto asset trading; and Crypto Storage, providing crypto custody solutions. Crypto Finance AG has recently announced its expansion into Asia. It will start with an office in Hong Kong and intends to establish its business in the region in 2020.
Custodigit, Zurich, Switzerland: The Custodigit platform enables regulated financial institutions to provide their customers full access to the Crypto Asset Class, including cryptocurrencies as well as other digital assets.
CV Labs, Zug, Switzerland: A service provider for blockchain startups that offers co-working, events, education, community-building services and runs its own incubation program. CV Labs is part of CV CV – Crypto Valley Venture Capital, a Venture Capital company that focuses on blockchain startups.
Cysec, Lausanne, Switzerland: Cysec is active in cybersecurity and builds secure execution environments for the processing and storage of highly sensitive data.
ERI Banking Software, Singapore & Switzerland: ERI is an international company specializing in the design, development, implementation, and support of an integrated, real-time banking and asset/wealth management software solution. Its flagship product is the Olympic Banking System.
F10 FinTech Incubator & Accelerator, Zurich, Switzerland: F10 is a global ecosystem of startups, corporates, and investors to foster Fintech innovation in banks, insurance companies, financial infrastructure providers and consulting companies.
FineToken, Vaduz, Liechtenstein: Finetoken provides a 999.9 gold token, enabling investors to hold 999.9 gold in their wallets and, at the same time, redeem the physical gold upon request.
IMTF, Singapore & Switzerland: IMTF offers a regtech platform to manage all risks associated with the detection and prevention of money laundering and fraud, KYC and on-boarding. The aim is to reduce the administrative burden associated with compliance through automation and to reduce the costs of these processes.
Jelurida Swiss, Lugano, Switzerland: Jelurida is a blockchain software company that develops and maintains the Nxt and Ardor blockchains.
Metaco, Lausanne, Switzerland: Metaco is a financial technology company that designs institutional-grade digital asset management solutions. It launched SILO in 2018, a digital asset storage solution for banks.
Polixis, Geneva, Switzerland: Polixis is a tech & advisory company that specializes in risk & compliance.
Sanostro, Zurich, Switzerland: Sanostro is a data and technology company in the field of systematic investing. It creates investment solutions for its clients based on AI technology.
Securosys, Zurich, Switzerland: Securosys is a cybersecurity and encryption company that works with the Swiss National Bank and serves more than half of Tier 1 banks worldwide with hardware security modules developed and built in Switzerland.
SIX Group, Zürich, Switzerland: SIX operates the Swiss Stock Exchange, Switzerland’s leading regulated stock exchange. The company currently also develops SDX Swiss Digital Exchange, a digital asset trading platform.
Swisscom, Berne, Switzerland: Swisscom is Switzerland’s leading telecom company and one of its leading IT companies. It has recently teamed up with Deutsche Börse, Germany’s leading stock exchange, to develop a digital trading ecosystem in Switzerland.
UBS Global Wealth Management, Zurich, Switzerland: One of the world’s largest wealth managers and part of Switzerland’s biggest bank UBS. The banking giant has recently launched several blockchain projects. It has started to offer blockchain-based trade finance projects in cooperation with we.trade and announced that its innovation team is working on the tokenization of several asset classes.