PARTNER FINTECH HUBS
The Icelandic Fintech Cluster collaborates with other international fintech hubs. The collaboration includes knowledge sharing, conferences, meetups, networking and more, to create opportunities for fintech businesses abroad.
FinTech Scotland supports the development of Scottish fintechs and innovation in fintech. They establish collaboration within the fintech ecosystem, bringing together entrepreneurs, the financial sector, the public sector, investors, consumer groups, tech firms and universities.
The Factory is located in Oslo, Norway and is one of the largest fintech hubs in the Nordics. The Factory works closely with other fintech hubs, both in the Nordics and globally, in order to create opportunities for start-ups across borders. The hub was founded in 2015 and has the largest fintech, proptech, insurtech, regtech, AI and blockchain accelerator programs in the Nordics.
The Finnish fintech hub is a part of the privately owned company HUB13 and connects fintechs, banks, investors and regulators. Located in Helsinki, Fintech Farm boosts networking and innovation within the fintech industry, with partners in the Nordics and globally, consisting of startups, corporations, other fintech hubs and authorities.
NCE Finance Innovation
NCE Finance Innovation is a fintech hub located in Bergen in Norway. Their goal is to strengthen the fintech ecosystem in Norway by facilitating innovation and collaboration within finance and technology. NCE Finance Innovation has 75 member companies and supports their members by enabling infrastructure, strengthening the ecosystem and facilitating collaboration within the industry.
FinTech Aviv was founded in 2014 and has around 30.000 members. It co-operates and serves the needs of all ecosystem playser, including fintech companies, established CEO's and entrepreneurs, global banks, insuarance firms, professional service giants, VCs and the investment community.