Chosen from 280 startups applicants from 41 countries, the program will be an opportunity to partner with leading asset managers and investment banks to find opportunities to scale growth.
Accenture and a dozen major banks launched the FinTech Innovation Lab London in 2012, with support from the city’s mayor and other government bodies. Since its launch, 75 start-ups have participated in the London Lab, securing more than 50 contracts with global banks.
During the three-month fintech accelerator programme, which runs Jan. 7 – March 28, fintech start-ups will be partnered with executives from banks and insurers to fine-tune and develop their technologies and business models. More than 280 start-ups from 41 countries applied to this year’s programme, with the shortlisted start-ups being mentored by the program’s biggest-ever cohort of financial services executives.
The FinTech Innovation Lab London will be mentored by executives from the following 35 financial institutions: AXIS Capital, BAML, BlackRock, CIBC, Citi, Credit Suisse, Direct Line, Goldman Sachs, Hiscox, HSBC, ING, Intesa Sanpaolo, Irish Life, JPMC, Lloyds Banking Group, LV=, Marsh, Morgan Stanley, Nationwide, Nordea, OP, Rabobank, RBS/NatWest, Royal London, Santander, Scottish Widows (LBG), Societe Generale, State Street, TP ICAP, UBI, UBS, Wells Fargo, Willis, AXA XL and Zurich.
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