Issue #398 - New Investments, New Promises, New Trends January 12th, 2023

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Fintech firms need to face the consequences of the choices made during the pandemic. Layoffs are, for sure, a result of the consequences of these choices. Fortunately, recruiters are more generous, and this reflects the current strength of the job market – a strength that doesn’t seem to be reflected by the finances of many fintech firms. In the meantime, governments try to focus on particular fintech sectors to strengthen national economies, and new trends in fintech are helping governments, businesses and people to improve their lives and finances. This and much more in this number of FinTech Weekly – the free newsletter to stay ahead of competitors.

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    CDAO Financial Services brings together your data & analytics community from the Financial Services industry for two days of learning, networking, and collaboration. New this year, there will be two specialized tracks for those who work for organizations with assets under management of below $500 million and assets under management $500 million and above. Join data & analytics leaders from TD, Morningstar, Barclays, Citi and more on March 1-2, 2023 in New York City. Free passes (subject to team approval) are available for a limited time.

    As an annual signature event held in Hong Kong to promote collaboration in the Asia’s financial industry, the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) will return on 11-12 January 2023 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre with a digital extension. Themed “Accelerating Transformation: Impact ∙ Inclusion ∙ Innovation”, the Forum will map out a sustainable growth paradigm to build a resilient economic landscape that achieves positive impact and encourages inclusivity and innovation. Join us to embark on 2023 with knowledge exchange and networking opportunities. Grab your Standard Pass using discount code for readers of FinTech Weekly: P-AMP09D

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