Sumsub’s involvement with the SFA extends beyond a simple membership, as the company
actively joins three subcommittees.
Global full-cycle verification platform Sumsub has joined the Singapore FinTech Association (SFA) to drive innovation, fostering key industry connections, and contributing to the FinTech landscape in Singapore, as well as the wider APAC market.
The SFA is a non-profit initiative spanning various industries within the wider FinTech sector,
aiming to drive collaborations among ecosystem participants, and it acts as a platform for Sumsub’s experts to engage with like-minded industry professionals, share insights, and explore potential partnerships with key stakeholders in the FinTech network. Sumsub’s membership enables it to exhibit
alongside the SFA during renowned local events and trade shows such as the annual Singapore FinTech Festival, as well as participate together in offline webinars.
Sumsub’s participation will contribute to the advancement of regulatory technologies that lead to improved regulatory outcomes. The Web 3.0 subcommittee allows Sumsub to participate in dialogue that aims to shape the next stage of growth and future of the Internet. Lastly, Sumsub’s involvement in the Payments subcommittee allows the company to engage with regulators on matters crucial
to the Financial Services sector.
“Joining the Singapore FinTech Association marks an exciting milestone for us. We are
thrilled to be part of such an exciting community that fosters collaboration and growth
within the country’s FinTech sector,” said Penny Chai, VP of Business Development, APAC,
at Sumsub. “We are committed to supporting firms across the FinTech industry and
harnessing the SFA’s incredible network to provide anti-fraud products and build valuable
relationships that drive both innovation and safety.”