The 2nd Shanghai Fintech International Forum
7-9 December 2020
2020 marks the completion of Shanghai's journey to becoming an international financial center. To further strengthen the convergence of finance and technology, and explore innovative fintech applications, the city will host the 2nd Shanghai Fintech International Forum, the 1st World FinTech Festival in Shanghai on 7-9 December 2020. Some 300 senior officials and business executives from regulators and financial institutions, including banks, are expected to attend.
Initiated by the Shanghai Fintech Industry Alliance, the forum is co-organized by Shanghai International Group, Bank of Communications, China Union Pay, and Guotai Junan Securities.
As a supporting organization, Deloitte China will maintain a substantial presence at the event, showcasing Deloitte's leading insights and innovative fintech solutions at its exhibition booth. We will also launch The multiplier effect: The imperative for coordinated technology deployment in financial services, a perspective from the World Economic Forum and Deloitte that explores fintech industry development across the globe.
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