Singapore FinTech Festival


Singapore FinTech Festival 2023 to explore applications of AI in financial services

Registration for Singapore FinTech Festival 2023 is now open.
Staying resilient, viable, and valuable - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Singapore Fintech Festival 2022

Staying resilient, viable, and valuable

The Edge Singapore has been associated with the festival since 2017
Robin Hu succeeds Bob Tan as chairman of SingEx board - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

New appointments

Robin Hu succeeds Bob Tan as chairman of SingEx board

SingEx says it expresses its heartfelt thanks to Bob Tan Beng Hai, who was chairman of the SingEx Board since 2010.
FinTech finds a home, finally - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


FinTech finds a home, finally

FinTech’s purpose is to enhanced Singapore’s hub status, created jobs, and works as an enabler of economic growth.


Singapore FinTech Festival to return on Nov 12-16 with focus on Asean and AI

SINGAPORE (May 3): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) announced that the third edition of its Singapore FinTech Festival will be taking place over the week of Nov 12-16, in partnership with The Association of banks in Singapore and in collaboration


MAS seeks further public feedback on proposed payments regulatory framework

SINGAPORE (Nov 21): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Tuesday launched a second public consultation on its proposed payments regulatory framework, which seeks to streamline the regulation of payment services under a single legislation.

Singapore Fintech Festival 2017

Industry-first TeSA Fintech Collective to be finalised this week: Ong Ye Kung

SINGAPORE (Nov 14): Singapore’s Tech Skills Accelerator (TeSA) FinTech Collective will be formalised this week, said Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills), Second Minister for Defence, and a member of the Monetary Authority o


MAS-led consortium develops 3 software prototypes for inter-bank payments using blockchain

SINGAPORE (Oct 5): A consortium led by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) announced Thursday that it has successfully developed software prototypes of three different models for decentralised interban