DUBAI: The Dubai Fintech Summit is to return for a second edition on May 6-7 next year, the Emirates News Agency reported on Sunday.

More than 8,000 global industry leaders, investors, and policymakers are expected to attend the event.

In excess of 1,000 pre-qualified investors will provide investment and partnership opportunities for fintech startups.

The program also includes more than 200 speakers who will provide invaluable insights, and over 200 fintech exhibitors showcasing cutting-edge developments across the sector.

The event will feature four stages, each dedicated to different facets of fintech and innovation.

Key topics on the agenda will be the future of fintech; embedded and open finance; climate finance; and Web3 and digital assets.

Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE’s finance minister, said: “The summit aligns with the Dubai Economic Agenda D33’s strategic goal of propelling Dubai into the ranks of the top four global financial hubs by 2033. 

“The event also reflects our efforts to accelerate transformation and innovation, and our commitment to bringing together global stakeholders to explore new possibilities for the international financial industry.

“Dubai offers access to opportunities for expansion and innovation in high-growth emerging markets, underpinned by a world-class financial, regulatory and innovation ecosystem.”


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