Enforcd, has beaten off stiff competition to become one of only 10 companies chosen to take part in the FinTech SuperCharger Hong Kong 2018.
From amongst 277 companies based in 43 countries, Enforcd emerged as one of the 10 FinTech companies most likely to make a significant impact on Hong Kong’s financial ecosystem.
Enforcd will be promoting their Global Regulatory Intelligence Platform, which enables financial services firms to embed a strong compliance culture. The unique SaaS platform helps staff stay informed, identify and predict risk, and share best practice throughout their organisations.
The FinTech SuperCharger is Asia’s leading FinTech Accelerator, and is sponsored by Standard Chartered, Allianz and MDEC. Their aim is to inspire and facilitate real change for financial services through testing multiple FinTech solutions and connecting young tech companies with strong partners who can help them reach that goal.
Jane Walshe, CEO and Co-Founder of Enforcd, says:
“Enforcd is excited to be pushing ahead with expansion into Asia and the Supercharger programme will give us a welcome head start. We are looking forward to working with Standard Chartered to find compelling use cases for Enforcd, as well as engaging with regulators in the region. Our selection to join this very competitive and highly regarded programme serves as further proof of our compelling offering, its scalability and global reach.“
The 12-week SuperCharger program starts in March 2018, and the chosen companies will attend a number of events in Hong Kong where they will meet investors, partners and mentors as well as attend a number of workshops.
Participants will join an impressive network of FinTech companies who have already taken part in this Asia-specific Supercharger. To date, the programme has helped these companies not only raise millions of dollars but also close a number of commercial partnership deals.
Enforcd is excited to be part of the SuperCharger and will be making the most of this fantastic opportunity not only to showcase their innovative regulatory intelligence platform, but also to start building relationships with the Hong Kong and Asian financial services industry.