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The Netherlands is a global frontrunner in fintech innovation. World leading fintech companies like Adyen, Bunq and Mollie were founded in the Netherlands, and many others have set up their European headquarters in the Netherlands. The digital infrastructure, the innovative ecosystem for new technologies, and the availability of talent have contributed to this. The Dutch government endorses the importance of a high degree of digitalization and innovation and welcomes new Fintech parties. Dutch regulation and supervision are known as strict but also as trustworthy.
In the aftermath of “Brexit”, many fintech companies have chosen the Netherlands as their new HQ or are considering doing so. Register for our “Fintech and Payments Webinar” to get to know why the Netherlands is a good location for Fintech and Payments. What are the trends, opportunities and challenges and what have been the experiences of other companies ?
Join this free webinar that will give you a unique combination of insights to support your decisions.
15.00 – 15.10 Welcome and introduction by InvestinHolland.
15.10 – 15.25 Don Ginsel (CEO) Holland Fintech – Trends in payments, changes during the Covid crisis, temporary or permanent (outlets/points of purchases, devices, innovations). Other important fintech trends
15.25 – 15.40 Tom Nijenhuis (CEO) equensWorldline – The Dutch payment infrastructure as a location factor and access to other European payment systems
15.40 – 15.55 Christiaan Kopitz (Senior Business Development Manager) Mollie – Market developments, growth plans and interest in partners
15.55 – 16.10 Dora Ziambra (Chief Commercial Officer) Azimo – Choice for the Netherlands: Considerations and Experiences
16.10 – 16.25 Bob Voermans (Co-Founder) Fintechamps – Choice for the Netherlands: Considerations and Experiences, use case of a large international fintech company to establish its European headquarters in the Netherlands
16.25 – 16.45 Floortje Nagelkerke (Partner) and Nikolai de Koning (Senior Associate) Norton Rose Fulbright LLP – Important legal and supervision aspects in fintech and payments in the Netherlands, such as substance, outsourcing and shareholder structure.
16.45 – 17.00 Q&A in panel (Chat function)
Holland Fintech provides access to knowledge, network, investments, and talent in the Fintech Industry in the Netherlands. With 400 member companies, it connects people and organisations in the financial value chain, enabling consumers and businesses to profit from innovation and development.
Mollie is one of the fastest growing payment processors within Europe. With more than 100,000 customers in Europe and an international team of nearly 300 professionals. it facilitates companies of all sizes to scale and grow by using different payment methods.
equensWorldine provides mass payment systems (issuing, acquiring, intra- and interbank payment processing) as well as innovative e-commerce and mobile payment solutions to banks, financial institutions and corporates.
Azimo provides payment transfer services to more than 200 countries with its award-winning iOS and Android app, and obtained its European license in the Netherlands in 2019.
Fintechchamps offers the long experience of its team to companies by providing lead generation, fine-tuning payment strategies, bank licensing, tooling and recruitment.
Norton Rose Fulbright provide the world’s preeminent corporations and financial institutions with a full business law service, covering legal, regulatory, compliance and governance issues.