We are delighted to announce that Augmentum Fintech are the first investor members of Innovate Finance.

Innovate Finance is an independent membership association that represents the UK’s global fintech community. Founded in 2014 and supported by the City of London and Broadgate, Innovate Finance is a not-for-profit that advances the country’s leading position in the financial services sector by supporting the next generation of technology-led financial services innovators.

More than 250 global members have joined the Innovate Finance ecosystem to date. These companies range from seed stage start-ups to global financial institutions and professional services firms. All benefit from Innovate Finance’s leading position as a single point of access to promote enabling policy and regulation, talent development, and business opportunity and investment capital.

By bringing together the most forward-thinking participants in financial services, Innovate Finance is helping create a global financial services sector that is more sustainable, more inclusive and better for everyone. They run a number of ground-breaking initiatives including Fintech for Schools, Women in Fintech and their Fintech VC Investment Landscape report.

We look forward to immersing ourselves in the Innovate Finance community and working together to support the future of fintech.

 

Learn more about Innovate Finance here and join us at their Global Summit next month.

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