IN ASSOCIATION WITH
4-5 April, 2023
in the Age of Digital
With an internet penetration rate of 73.2 percent and a daunting figure that accounts to 91.3 million smartphone subscribers, Vietnam is now more tech-savvy than ever. Acknowledging these perfect ingredients for the growth of fintech, the country now houses close to 200 fintech organizations.
To add more fuel to the burgeoning market, World Bank statistics has listed close to 70 percent of Vietnam’s population as unbanked. Most importantly, in a collaborative effort, The Ministry of Finance and the State Bank of Vietnam have established a regulatory sandbox to further uplift tech innovations in the financial ecosystem.
Witnessing a growth rate that’s the highest in ASEAN after Singapore, it’s forecasted that the country’s fintech market will reach a staggering $18 billion mark by 2024. To provide a direct gateway to Vietnam’s Financial Services Industry, Tradepass is bringing World Financial Innovation Series (WFIS) to Hanoi on 4 – 5 April 2023 at Intercontinental Hanoi Landmark72.
The event has Vietnam Banks Association (VNBA) as its Supporting Partner and will attract over 350 technology and business heads from the leading Banks, Insurance & Micro-Finance institutions across the region.
A QUICK INSIGHT ON
VIETNAM’S FSI MARKET
Digital Payments sector to reach by 2027
total deal value in FinTech
Fintech Industry is expected to reach by 2024
of the population is unbanked
Presenting the top inspiring names from the industry at the main stage to share crucial intelligence on the most pressing topics, which gets further enriched by a Q&A session.
It showcases thought leadership and cutting-edge knowledge for the growth of the entire business community. A perfect platform that projects the pulse of the industry.
Enabling the organisations to showcase their best to the many pre-qualified delegates at the event in real-time. The provision of using technology just adds on to the whole demonstration and helps in driving more leads from the top companies across the industry.
It’s specifically tailored for the organizations to get in the eyes of the region’s biggest stakeholders and uplift their overall brand image.
An exclusive session for more networking exposure, allowing attendees to break the ice with some spirit-lifting humour, while enabling them to unwind and rub shoulders against industry peers, thought leaders, and potential customers.
Allowing networking interactions to happen in a more relaxed and honest way, where receiving direct feedbacks is a given phenomenon.
Driving FSI Sector Towards Financial Inclusion
Future of Banking Strategy to Enable Innovation and Adaptability
Evolving Role of Digital Financial Services in the Digital Economy
Fortifying Security to Counter the Ever-Evolving Cyberthreats
Unlocking The Potential of Smarter Banking
Full-Suite Mobile Banking
Delivering A New-Era of Banking for Advanced and Modern Customers
Cloud Banking Platform
Dr NGUYEN QUOC HUNG
Vietnam Banks Association
KETUT ARIADI KUSUMA
Senior Financial Sector Specialist
PHAM THI NGUYET NGA
Deputy CEO, Chief Data Scientist
Chief Data Officer
Dr LUC CAN
Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam JSC
NGUYEN MANH KHANG
Deputy CEO, CIO
NGUYEN HUU QUANG
Cake by VPBank
DO TUAN ANH
President of EXCO, Deputy CEO
MB Ageas Life
NGO THU PHUONG
Head of Product Development - Retail Division
Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade
Sponsors & Partners
Sponsors & Partners
BY JOB TITLES
Tower, B1, Receiving Area,
Cau Giay New Urban Area Me Tri Ward,
Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi, Vietnam.
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Glimpse of WFIS
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