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SFA & Razer FinTech Funding Webinar
Apr 21, 2020
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM (Asia/Singapore)

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Razer and SFA will be collaborating to address the key issues identified, which are

  1. Save Fintech Jobs
  2. Lowering Business Costs
  3. Facilitate sales
  4. Stimulating funding for promising Fintech companies which would benefit from the program during these extraordinary times.

On April 10, 2020, Razer announced a US$50 million Covid-19 Support Fund where Razer will leverage on its Services business segments, namely Razer Fintech and Razer Gold, and its corporate ventures arm, zVentures, to empower business partners and help them tide over the negative impacts brought about by COVID-19. SFA and Razer will work on programs, investment and grants that would position SG Fintech to band together during this challenging period and bounce back quickly and even stronger when the threats from COVID-19 recedes and normal economic condition returns.

We will be running a funding webinar with Razer FinTech on the 21st of April 2020 at 2pm to discuss more on the initiatives.

Event Details are as below
Date: 21st April 2020
Time: 2pm – 3pm

2.00pm – 2.25pm
Razer CIO Edwin Chan

- Investment Funding
- Criteria to evaluate
- Return expected
- Realistic Valuation

2.25pm – 2.35pm
Singapore FinTech Association Treasurer Henry Tan

- Preparing pitch deck and IM

2.35pm – 3.00pm
Panel Discussion

- Razer, CIO Edwin Chan
- SFA, President Chia Hock Lai
- RootAnt Global, Executive Director Daphne Ng
- Henry Tan (Moderator)


Please register with the link below!

https://zoom.us/j/91732764593


Best regards,
Singapore FinTech Association

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