UK fintech trade mission arrives in Australia

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CurrencyCloud, Clear Bank and nine other fintechs will represent the UK at the Intersekt Festival.

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Eleven UK fintech companies have landed in Australia to link up with businesses and local governments.

Sent on a special government trade mission, the shortlisted companies will represent the UK fintech industry at the Intersekt Festival, organized by Fintech Australia and supported by the Victorian Government.

The week-long tour will see companies such as CurrencyCloud, Clear Bank and QV Systems pitch to conference delegates and senior government officials from Australia and New Zealand.

Seven members of the delegation will also have the opportunity to pitch to EY consultants, partners and guests from the financial services community.

“Australia and New Zealand are home to some of the most innovative and disruptive financial services companies in the world, and we are very pleased to join this visit, learn about market trends and discuss ways to partner with us on key projects,” QV Systems Founder and CEO Daniel Layne said.

“Being here on the ground gives us real insight into local market needs and helps us better understand how we can partner with fast-growing companies.”

The eleven companies are expected to hear from high profile figures on the Australian fintech landscape and recent political developments and discuss how they can work closely together to build relationships.

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