Deciphering the Nordic Impact Fintech Map

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
"It is no longer a matter of why but how!" (Implement Consulting Group & Copenhagen Fintech, 2020). Looking at the world's state inevitably leads to the conclusion that sustainability needs to be our collective focal point going forward. As global citizens, we need to seriously commit to accomplishing the seventeen United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). This requires changing deep-seated behavioral patterns, establishing equal rights, and promoting inclusion. To investigate which role Nordic fintech plays in this endeavor and how the established financial sector contributes, Copenhagen Fintech, together with Implement Consulting Group, released the report Deciphering the Nordic Impact Map.scaling opportunities from the global and regional partners – Citi and DBS Bank – with local presence in the ASEAN region. The four companies will be working together with the partners to rapidly identify and prototype potential commercial and sustainable partnerships in the region.

Copenhagen Fintech welcomes Infosys to Elevate Fintech Innovation

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
Copenhagen Fintech and Infosys enter into a collaboration to establish a bilateral fintech innovation bridge between India and the Nordics.Partnership Program. The program aims to bridge the stronghold of Nordic fintech startups, with scaling opportunities from the global and regional partners – Citi and DBS Bank – with local presence in the ASEAN region. The four companies will be working together with the partners to rapidly identify and prototype potential commercial and sustainable partnerships in the region.

The Growth Story of Danish Fintech lead by Fintech Mapping

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Four Nordic fintech startups has been selected to join the UNDP and Copenhagen Fintech Impact Partnership Program. The program aims to bridge the stronghold of Nordic fintech startups, with scaling opportunities from the global and regional partners – Citi and DBS Bank – with local presence in the ASEAN region. The four companies will be working together with the partners to rapidly identify and prototype potential commercial and sustainable partnerships in the region.

Four Nordic companies ready to cross the ‘Sustainable Fintech Bridge’ between the Nordics and Singapore.

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
Four Nordic fintech startups has been selected to join the UNDP and Copenhagen Fintech Impact Partnership Program. The program aims to bridge the stronghold of Nordic fintech startups, with scaling opportunities from the global and regional partners – Citi and DBS Bank – with local presence in the ASEAN region. The four companies will be working together with the partners to rapidly identify and prototype potential commercial and sustainable partnerships in the region.

Nordic API Gateway launches platform to increase open banking innovation for all types of businesses

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
In recent years, new initiatives have been sprouting up from businesses, governments and communities aimed at shaping a sustainable future, the result of increasing awareness and knowledge of the effects of climate change. However, many such efforts have been put on hold due to the COVID-19 crisis, which has caused a devastating impact not only on the many lives lost, but also severe economic disruption.

Purpose-driven innovation will build resilience for companies

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
In recent years, new initiatives have been sprouting up from businesses, governments and communities aimed at shaping a sustainable future, the result of increasing awareness and knowledge of the effects of climate change. However, many such efforts have been put on hold due to the COVID-19 crisis, which has caused a devastating impact not only on the many lives lost, but also severe economic disruption.

Fuelling sustainable fintech innovations

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
In recent years, new initiatives have been sprouting up from businesses, governments and communities aimed at shaping a sustainable future, the result of increasing awareness and knowledge of the effects of climate change. However, many such efforts have been put on hold due to the COVID-19 crisis, which has caused a devastating impact not only on the many lives lost, but also severe economic disruption.

The opportunities of digital finance in the time of COVID-19 and beyond

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
The COVID-19 pandemic is not only a global health crisis, it is also an economic crisis – and has increased poverty and inequality across the globe. Over the past few months, we have seen income and job loss, particularly in the informal sector; a decline in global trade and tourism; and an increase in food insecurity.

Nordic fintechs aim to unlock ASEAN’s sustainable development potential

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
Partnerships are front and center of the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. A successful development agenda requires inclusive partnerships at the global, regional, national and local level. Singapore and Denmark already have such close fintech partnerships in place through three collaboration agreements. 

British Business helps Digital Denmark

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Denmark frequently tops the global rankings for digitisation, with first place on the United Nations E-Government Report 2020 being the latest amongst others. But despite a highly digitised society, only 5% of its companies are using AI or machine learning, and Denmark’s industry can occasionally struggle strategically and operationally in this environment.

A Value-Driven Recovery: The Nordic Fintech Moment?

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
We need to mobilise trillions of dollars every year if the ambitions of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are to become a reality. The money is available in the financial markets, yet is not being channelled towards sustainable outcomes at the scale or speed required. However, fintech startups are aiming to change this by leveraging technology.

Fintech in Everything: Financial Tools Are Changing the Nature of Every Business

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Fintech inventions are not just gaining traction in the financial sector, the new toolbox is spreading throughout industries.

Doing Business in Greater Copenhagen Is More Unique Than You Might Think

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Strong business metrics and unique values led 50 foreign companies to establish operations and relocate staff to Greater Copenhagen last year.

Japan: The Next Big Market for Danish Fintechs?

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
While cultural and linguistic differences often discourage Danish fintech startups from entering the Japanese market, it offers immense opportunities that Copenhagen Fintech aims to exploit.

Lunar’s New Business Bank Targets Entrepreneurs

Copenhagen Fintech (UK)
The digital bank, Lunar, brings a new business bank to the market to ensure that entrepreneurs and small companies can get a bank account quickly and inexpensively.