In this webinar, we will explore the future of fintech in the South East Asia (SEA) region. SEA has one of the most dynamic growth in this area with two notable countries leading the way – Singapore and Indonesia. The growing potential is huge with other SEA members now getting into space. The aim of this webinar is to provide better insights for those who wish to have fundamental knowledge on this industry and explore the potential to change own career to FinTech related areas.
The webinar will be moderated by Steven Marcelino. He is the Chairman of Global Indonesia Professionals Association (GIPA). He works with the GIPA council team to promote business and investment links overseas through highly talented professionals - working across G20 and ASEAN. Steven is also ASEAN Capital Market Lead at Accenture UK, a global management consulting firm. He promotes Financial Markets development across Southeast Asia, working with the FS regulators to allow member states to draw more capital to accelerate infrastructure development. He also doubles down in facilitating inward investment from Institutional Investors and business leaders to Indonesia, the most attractive market in ASEAN and in G20 countries. Read more about Steven here.
About Teesside University:
Located in central Middlesbrough in the North East of England, Teesside University has a proud history of learning and teaching stretching back over 85 years. Home to 18,000 students and 23,00 staff members, the university has five academic schools - MIMA School of Art & Design; School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies; School of Health & Life Sciences; School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law; Teesside University Business School.
Teesside University graduates are some of the most successful at launching firms. In 2016/17 there were 143 start-ups founded by Teesside University graduates which were still active after three years of business. The research released by the Higher Education Business and Community Interaction Survey(Hebcis) also founded that the university's graduate start-ups had an estimated turnover of more than £20.8m, placing the university in the top 10 in the country. www.tees.ac.uk