Embassy of Finland, together with the Finnish company House Eleven and the Nordic Business Alliance in Serbia, organized an event “Power of Collaboration in Fintech”, at the residence of Ambassador Pertti Ikonen. The seminar introduced the latest fintech solutions from Finland and encouraged the collaboration with local financial institutions.
Presentations were given by Antti Kosunen, Chairman of the Board at Nestholma Fintech who shared his expertise on “How to Innovate with Startups in Finance”, Elina Mattila, Director of the Mobey Forum focused on “Open Banking” and Ivana Pesic, Managing Director of the company House Eleven, who explained what kind of impact on brand is created by these collaborations.
“With the landscape for the financial services sector changing at an unprecedented speed, collaboration is more crucial than ever. The financial services industry need to come together to share experiences and learnings to combat the threat on banks’ core business”, said Elina Mattila from the Mobey Forum.
Finnish fintech companies, which are the leaders in this field, have started planning their future activities together with local banks, insurance companies, the government, public organizations and other relevant stakeholders in Serbia.
House Eleven is a corporate brand management and business development company based in Helsinki which develops the brand and shape up the business processes to match or vice versa.
Nestholma engages financial institutions (banks and insurance companies) and startups to collaborate.
Mobey Forum is the global, non-profit industry association empowering banks and other financial institutions to shape the future of digital financial services.