Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) has joined FinTech Australia’s corporate partnership program, becoming the 13th new major member it has signed on in a year. SSX joins existing partners Xero, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Mastercard, EY, Facebook, Google, eftpos, IDEMIA, Regional Australia Bank, RSM Australia and the Newcastle Permanent Building Society.
The partnership program embeds companies within the fintech ecosystem and networks them with its key players.
“We look forward to working with the SSX as it looks to grow its presence in the fintech industry,” FinTech Australia CEO Rebecca Schot-Guppy said. “With many of our members considering their options for capital and the fintech industry rapidly growing, we believe it’s an ideal time for SSX to help educate members on their options for fundraising.”
“As a growth company with international reach, the Sydney Stock Exchange is a natural partner for Australian fintechs. Our entry requirements are more supportive, and our ongoing administration is far more efficient. With the benefits of being listed, we help fintechs access the capital required to reach their potential.” Michael Go, CEO of Sydney Stock Exchange.
About FinTech Australia
FinTech Australia is a national association for the Australian FinTech Start-up community. Our vision is to make Australia the leading market for FinTech Innovation and Investment by working with both sides of Government, Industry and the Australian FinTech community to create a supportive environment and partner ecosystem in Australia and abroad.
About Sydney Stock Exchange
SSX aims to support businesses to take the next step in their growth strategy.
SSX is an efficient, cost-effective listing venue which supports growth-oriented companies raise the capital they need to reach their potential. Through connections to global markets, SSX offers qualifying companies the opportunity to access capital internationally.
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