A showcase of Swiss Fintech in Singapore


Switzerland Global Enterprise (S-GE) and the Swiss Business Hub ASEAN have set a platform at the Singapore FinTech Festival to showcase more than 25 companies, including 14 startups, under its Swiss Pavilion.


The 4th edition of the Singapore FinTech Festival 2019 from 11th to 15th November brings together a global array of speakers and exhibitors for discussions around four major themes in the financial ecosystem: Sustainability and Climate Finance; Future of Finance; Exponential Technologies and FinTech and Beyond. Switzerland, which is home to over 1000 fintech companies will present a part of its ecosystem at the Swiss Pavilion. Organized for the third year, the Swiss Pavilion will demonstrate Switzerland’s cutting-edge Fintech innovations to Singapore and International audiences with the aim of stimulating opportunities for co-innovation, collaborations, partnerships and deal-making. The represented fields include regulation technology, blockchain solutions, Big Data and analytics, algorithm trading and cybersecurity among others. Interest in greater presence in Singapore arises from the republic’s fintech cooperation framework and agreements with ASEAN, China, India, Japan and South Korea. This will enable Swiss fintech companies to leverage on the republic’s status as a bridging hub. The following companies will participate in the Swiss Pavilion. Algo Trader AG– a Java-based algorithmic trading platform that enables trading firms to rapidly develop, simulate, deploy and automate any quantitative trading strategy for any market. Ambitorio AG – provides an innovative and unique transactional ecosystem allowing the customer to send, protect and track information of high value Bitcoin Suisse AG - offers prime brokerage, storage, lending and other crypto financial services. CoreLedger AG – provides end-to-end technology solutions to make integration of blockchain seamless and cost-effective. Crypto Finance AG– provides institutional and professional investors products and services with a level of quality, reliability, and security that are unique in the digital asset space. Custodigit AG– founded as a joint venture developed by Swisscom and Sygnum AG, the Custodigit platform enables regulated financial service institutes to provide their customers full access to the Crypto Asset Class covering cryptocurrencies as well as digital assets. Cysec SA – is a cyber-security company providing a secure environment for multi-application execution in the form of a physically enterprise-grade server appliance. Jelurida Swiss SA – sells licenses for private blockchain applications based on the Nxt and Ardor software, makes customised commercial versions of these blockchain platforms, and provides consulting services for customers licensing its software. Metaco SA – is dedicated to securing the foundations of the tokenized economy. The company made its breakthrough in 2018 with the launch of SILO, the digital asset storage solution for banks. Polixis – specialises in Risk & Compliance, by blending human expertise with machine intelligence and markets’ big data. Sanostro AG – built a global platform of quantitative managers to offer systematic, model-based hedging solutions and tactical asset allocation models to institutional investors. Securosys SA – the cybersecurity company secures the Swiss financial markets on behalf of the Swiss National Bank and protects transactions worth over 100 billion Euros every day. Sygnum AG - empowers financial services for the digital asset economy by providing an integrated solution to securely issue, store, trade and manage digital assets. Tradeplus24 AG - provides flexible, easy funding to SMEs looking to improve their liquidity position. Large and established companies will also demonstrate their innovations under the Swiss Pavilion. These include: CV Labs, ERI Banking Software Pte Ltd, F10 Fintech Incubator and Accelerator, Fine Token, IMTF Pte Ltd, SIX Group Services AG, Swisscom Blockchain AG, Swisscom Schweiz AG, Switzerland Global Enterprise (S-GE) and UBS.(Press release)