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By · October 05, 2020
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FintechOS is uniting with established fintech, finance and insurance trade groups

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FintechOS is delighted to announce that we have formally partnered with UK Finance, Innovate Finance, InsTech London, Insurtech Lounge, ABI Association of British Insurers, RoFin.Tech, and Holland Fintech.

As a member affiliated to these established industry associations, FintechOS will take the opportunity to actively involve in the financial services industry, both at local and European level. Our experts will offer their contribution to addressing the challenges the industry faces right now, such as the transition process from conventional to digital or changing regulations on various markets.

UK Finance is the trade association for the finance and banking industry operating in the UK. It represents over 260 firms providing credit, banking, markets and payment-related services. The organisation brings together most of the activities previously carried out by the Asset Based Finance Association, the British Bankers’ Association, the Council of Mortgage Lenders, Financial Fraud Action UK, Payments UK and the UK Cards Association. They work with policymakers and regulators in the UK, EU and at a global level to ensure that the UK retains its position as a global leader in financial services. As an important decision-making platform in the industry, FintechOS will actively be helping UK Finance members to address challenges currently facing the digital transformation landscape.

Innovate Finance, the industry body for the global Fintech community in the UK aims to accelerate the UK’s position as the number one global hub for FinTech by directly supporting the next era of technology-led financial services innovators and entrepreneurs. Joining more than 250 members ranging from seed startups to major global financial institutions, FintechOS aims to bring its expertise and innovative solutions to Innovate Finances programmes and events.

As an insurance technology innovation community, InsTech London is supported by over 100 corporate members. In their own works, the primary purpose of InsTech London is to pull together a group of innovators, entrepreneurs, investors and professionals from across the market and enable them to meet like-minded folk and provide them with a hub to explore together ways to maximise the opportunities offered by technology. Their events are a great way to broaden one’s knowledge on insurtech and improve the area you work in through technology; something which as a corporate member, FintechOS professionals are able to take advantage of.

Intelligent Insurer is already a hub for claims, underwriting, technology, innovation and strategy folks. But these are unprecedented times, so when they launched The Insurtech Lounge as a way for insurers, reinsurers, insurtechs and investors to stay connected, interact and share best practice we immediately jumped on board. In a nutshell, our members now have access to 2-3 hours per week of in-depth broadcasts; fireside chats; exclusive content (whitepapers, polls and reports); networking with hundreds of senior-level insurance innovators.

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) is the voice of the UK’s world-leading insurance and long-term savings industry. As an associate member, FintechOS will benefit from a range of ABI services including access to the full range of its statistics, industry updates, networking opportunities and other complementary services to work together for the benefit of all.

Recently founded by tech companies building proprietary products and their partners, the Romanian Fintech Association (RoFin.Tech) is a local professional association focused on helping fintech startups and scaleups expand internationally and bringing more people into the space of fintech. An important role of RoFin.Tech is the representation of the Romanian fintech industry in front of the regulators, that’s why FintechOS is supporting the young professional association in promoting a “Regulatory Sandbox” that will allow testing and validation of new technologies.

The Netherlands has one of the most vibrant financial services and FinTech ecosystems, with some of the largest financial institutions in the world — ING, Rabobank, ABN Amro, among many others. Holland FinTech has been at the forefront of transformation in the region, helping established financial institutions and fintechs to embrace innovation and accelerate their digital journeys. Holland FinTech also hosts Amsterdam FinTech Week (XFW), which featured our Shaping The Future Of SME Banking webinar on 24th September.

FintechOS is looking forward to working with these trade and professional associations to address the challenges that are most affecting the banking, insurance and finance industry.

Right now, we provide financial institutions from more than 20 markets, on four continents, with access to state-of-the-art technology that accelerates the digital transformation of customer interactions. FintechOS’s core technology allows financial services providers to redefine the customer experience, offering them a complete digital journey through intelligent automation of digital processes.

In June, we launched the most recent update of our technology – FintechOS 20.R2, designed for helping financial services organizations to quickly respond to COVID-19 generated crisis. Thus, the banks and insurance companies can launch products and services in a very short time (6-8 weeks), on all channels, in a fully automated and customized way for their customers. Recently, FintechOS was recognised as The European Hottest Fintech Startup of the Year, according to a jury of reputed tech founders, investors and journalists. The title was awarded for the way FintechOS is “helping banks and insurers accelerate digital transformation and build end-to-end digital products in weeks rather than months. In 24 months, FintechOS onboarded 40+ Financial Services clients across the world, with $25bn under management, and opened offices in London, Amsterdam, Vienna and Bucharest.”

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