On Tuesday (today), FinanceMalta Chairman George Vella highlighted encouraging feedback received from global industry leaders following its participation at the Money 20/20 event in Amsterdam.

“The success of Money 20/20 underscores the growing strength, adaptability, and enhanced reputation of the Maltese financial services jurisdiction,” Mr Vella said in a statement.

Represented under the inMalta brand, FinanceMalta highlighted the “strategic and collaborative efforts” of both the public and private sectors in developing Malta as a fintech hub.

Governor Alan Cuschieri, COO Graziella Grech, and Digital Marketing Administrator Karl Saviour Attard represented FinanceMalta at the event.

Malta’s stand, a collaboration of key Government entities including Malta Enterprise, Tech.mt, and Malta Stock Exchange, provided a comprehensive run-through of the island’s fintech capabilities. The stand had a special emphasis on the technological and human elements supporting the growth of the industrial niche.

Additional insights were provided during a fireside chat moderated by Bridge Advice Managing Director Roderick Psaila.

Head of Fintech Supervision at the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) Camille Pepos shared insights into Malta’s fintech landscape and regulatory support structures, further ephasising the island’s strategic position in the global sector.

Mr Vella described this year’ s participation as a success, noting that the delegation effectively reflected Malta’s value proposition in the global fintech sector.

“The engagement with global industry players has been invaluable, helping us forge strong connections and gain insights to strengthen Malta’s position as a global fintech hub,” he continued.

Furthermore, various fintech companies participated in the Malta stand including ComplyRadar, Croftz, Facilization, Lidion Bank, MeDirect and Prometheus, which presented Malta’s approach and “cutting-edge advancement” in fintech.

On the other hand, partners like Andaria, Contact Advisory, Ganado Advocates, Grant Thornton, GTG, and Lockton, supported the companies. “Their expertise and resources resulted in the generation of numerous high-quality leads,” FinanceMalta stated.

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