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Money20/20 Asia to Shine Spotlight on Regulatory Challenges and Solutions

Money20/20 Asia brings together influential regulators and industry leaders to discuss the intersection of finance, technology and regulation in the Asia-Pacific region this month.

Taking place on 23 to 25 April at Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre in Bangkok, Thailand, Money20/20 Asia aims to provide insights and strategies for driving growth amid regulatory challenges.

Bangkok becomes Money20/20’s third host city, joining Amsterdam and Las Vegas which welcome over 20,000 fintech and financial services professionals every year.

The regulators already confirmed to speak include Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Financial Services Agency of Japan, Securities Commission Malaysia, Department of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, and the Financial Consumer Protection Group of the Bank of Thailand.

Scarlett Sieber, chief strategy and growth officer at Money20/20, said: “We’re delighted that so many of the key regulators across the APAC region have chosen Money20/20 as the place to showcase how they’re fostering innovation and creating frameworks for growth in the region and across the world.

“From driving forward fintech integration to harmonizing cross-border regulations and promoting cross-industry collaborations, Asia’s regulators are some of the most forward-thinking and collaborative and we’re delighted that Money20/20 can be a global platform for shaping the intersection of financial services, technology, and regulation in Asia.”

On the agenda

Natsuda Bhukkanasut, co-founder and CEO of Investree,is set to join a panel discussion ‘The Clash of Regulation vs. Innovation for Safety, Stability, and Growth’ on 23 April 23rd at the event’s Collision Stage alongside Amy Yu, APAC CEO of AMINA Bank and Grace Chong, head of financial regulatory at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP.

Natsuda will share thoughts on the delicate balance between fostering innovation in fintech and ensuring regulatory compliance for the safety and stability of the financial ecosystem.

“I am honoured to contribute to the Money20/20 Asia conversation on such a critical topic that tackles regulation from so many perspectives,” said Bhukkanasut. “During the panel, I will discuss how fintech companies like Investree navigate regulatory challenges while striving to innovate and drive growth. It’s essential to find a harmonious balance that promotes both the stability of the financial system and the rapid advancement of technology.”

Also on the agenda at Money20/20 Asia will be the complex realm of cross-border payments, in the panel Regulatory Maze: Navigating Challenges in Cross Border Payments  on 25 April. Asia’s top payment providers including ALTPAYNET, Paypa Plane  and Juspay alongside the regtech RegPac Revolution will dissect the web of regulations and compliance hurdles.

Another session includes Navigating Challenges and Opportunities in ASEAN’s Cross-Border Payment Landscape on 22 April 23 at the Vision Stage.

Explore the most up-to-date Money20/20 Asia agenda.

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