Singapore, Hong Kong, the U.K. and more recently Malaysia, are eager to be Fintech hubs by introducing a slew of grants, incentives and “regulatory sandbox” to promote the local Fintech ecosystem.
In reality, Fintech hubs developing in both US and China are driven by tech companies rather than finance companies. In the US, for example, it is driven by tech companies in Silicon Valley rather than New York City; and in China the action is driven from Beijing, a tech center, rather than Shanghai, a financial hub.
During his presentation, Mr. Chuang will cover:
- What is Taiwan's position towards Fintech and its readiness to join the trend?
- How could Taiwan find its niche in riding this Fintech bandwagon?
- Given the relatively small market, the regulatory framework, and conservative traditional financial institutions, how can Taiwan become an active player in this field?
- What technology will drive this sector and what technology tools could we expect?