ING, UNICEF Support 5 Philippine Fintech Startups

Dutch Financial Giant Ing Bank & United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Continue To Support Fintech Startups Companies Building…

ING, UNICEF Support 5 Philippine Fintech Startups

financial technology solutions to empower young people, children and families.

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Under the ‘Fintech for Impact’ initiative launched last year, ING and UNICEF have chosen five startups to receive equity-free investments, as well as technical and business mentorship for one year.

ING Philippines country manager Hans Sicat said the partnership with UNICEF would help develop fintech solutions by providing an equity-free investment and mentoring early-stage open source start-ups in the country.

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Dutch financial giant ING Bank and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) continue to support startup companies building financial technology (fintech) solutions to empower young people, children and families.

Under the ‘Fintech for Impact’ initiative launched last year, ING and UNICEF have chosen five startups to receive equity-free investments, as well as technical and business mentorship for one year.

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ING Philippines country manager Hans Sicat said the partnership with UNICEF would help develop fintech solutions by providing an equity-free investment and mentoring early-stage open source start-ups in the country.

This news was originally published at philstar.com

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