Virtual Trade Mission

As payments continue to evolve and develop on a global scale there is a requirement to assist the Emerging Payment Association (Payments Association) membership to build and expand their business through new markets and verticals.

The Payments Association continues to expand its footprint with sister associations in Europe, Africa and Asia and as a result, the Payments Association can now offer its members the opportunity to participation in our first Virtual Trade Mission to Asia region focused around Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney.

If, like many post-Brexit fintech companies, you’re eyeing up the sophisticated and lucrative APAC market, you need to move fast but tread warily: Hong Kong’s business environment is in a state of flux although regulation relaxation offers new opportunities for rapid growth. Australia continues to mirror UK activity and has adopted new data and privacy laws, and fast tracking Open Banking. Whilst Singapore market remains arguably more sophisticated than the UK or EEC. So, you need proactive resources like the Payments Association, to rapidly identify & seize opportunities, gather intelligence, form alliances and engage with prospects or you’ll be wondering why you missed the proverbial boat.

Through its influence and partnerships with the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, the Fintech Association of Hong Kong and InvestHK in Hong Kong, influencing organisations in Australia including AusPayments and global operators including KPMG and Ernst and Young, we have developed a programme of activity that will assist you with your decision making when entering or expanding in the region.

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