6 firms joined ABBL's FinTech Service Pack

14 Décembre 2017
House of Finance
ABBL’s FinTech Service Pack allows FinTech firms and specialised software vendors to connect with various ABBL members: banks, payment institutions, electronic money institutions, consultants, law firms and financial sector professionals.
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The Luxembourg Bankers’ Association (ABBL) and its Digital Banking and FinTech Innovation (DBFI) Cluster launched recently the FinTech Service Pack that provides an opportunity for deeper cooperation between ABBL members and FinTech firms.

The ABBL is delighted to inform that the following six firms became the first users of its FinTech Service Pack (alphabetically):

ABBL’s FinTech Service Pack allows FinTech firms and specialised software vendors to connect with various ABBL members: banks, payment institutions, electronic money institutions, consultants, law firms and financial sector professionals. It enables the users of this bespoke package of services to meet ABBL members, to exchange views, knowledge and experience, to leverage professional links for the further growth and to contribute to the shaping of the future banking and financial services in Luxembourg.

Any entity operating in the Financial Technology (FinTech) sector, legally present in Luxembourg, being not supervised by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF), employing no more than 10 employees and having no more than EUR 2 million of revenues annually is eligible for ABBL’s FinTech Service Pack.

The ABBL encourages FinTech firms and software vendors to apply for the Service Pack. It is a unique professional and networking opportunity for such firms and represents a direct gateway to the financial industry of Luxembourg and beyond.

For more information about ABBL’s FinTech Service Pack, please consult the dedicated page.

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