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Neem enters FinTech associations in Singapore and MENA

By Gloria Mathias

April 16, 2024

  • Africa
  • Africa Fintech
  • Embedded Finance Solution
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NeemNeem, a Pakistan-based FinTech has announced its full membership in the MENA FinTech Association (MFA) and the Singapore FinTech Association (SFA).

This strategic move signifies its commitment to contributing to shaping the global FinTech landscape and thought leadership. Joining both MFA and SFA enables Neem to establish deep connections within these global FinTech hubs, provide unique insights representing Pakistan’s FinTech landscape, develop strategic partnerships, and elevate Neem on the global FinTech stage.

Neem’s distinction as one of the embedded finance players adds a valuable perspective to the associations, particularly relevant to embedded finance in emerging markets. They are registered in Singapore and operating in Pakistan.

It strongly believes in the value of regional and global FinTech associations, as they play a critical role in shaping the agenda for digital financial services, collaborating closely with regulators and the public sector, fostering connections among all key ecosystem players, and representing the voice of the FinTech industry.

Since its early collaboration with MFA and SFA, they have actively participated in conversations addressing priorities such as sustainability in financial services, embedded finance and open banking, financial inclusion, payments, and remittance solutions, among others.

Nameer Khan, Chairman MENA FinTech Association stated, “We warmly welcome Neem to the MENA FinTech Association. With their innovative embedded finance platform and extensive experience in the FinTech sector, Neem brings valuable expertise to our diverse community. Together, we look forward to fostering collaboration and driving financial inclusion across the MENA region.”

“It’s an honour for us at Neem to join the industry-shaping and globally recognised MENA FinTech Association. We will actively contribute to its thought leadership, advocacy, and meaningful financial wellness and sustainability initiatives together with other leaders from the region,” commented Cofounder at Neem, Vladimira Briestenska.

Neem’s inclusion in both the MENA FinTech Association and the Sustainable FinTech Alliance signifies a profound commitment to fostering FinTech innovation and advancing financial inclusion across the Middle East and Africa.

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