London, Feb 22: The City of London Corporation and High Commission of India will have a roundtable today to help UK FinTech firms break into the Indian market.
Occurring at India House, around 15 organizations will talk about the boundaries and difficulties UK firms as of now look in entering India's market and what should be possible to determine these.
The session will be led by the City of London's Special Adviser for Asia Sherry Madera and bolstered by authorities from the High Commission of India.
A few of London's noticeable FinTech new companies are relied upon to go to, including Digital Shadows, Onfido, Global Processing Services and PESB, close by agents from the Department for International Trade, the UK India Business Council and Innovate Finance. The roundtable is the first of a progression of arranged FinTech exercises that will be mutually held in the UK and India by the City Corporation and Indian High Commission.
The occasions are focused on supporting UK firms who need to enter the Indian market and frame some portion of the India High Commission's Access India Program, propelled by High Commissioner Y. K. Sinha in September 2017. The activity, the first of its kind in the UK, means to draw in speculations from British SMEs into India, as a major aspect of the 'Make in India' system advanced by the Government of India.
Sherry Madera said, "The City of London Corporation is delighted to support the High Commission of India's Access India Programme. Many Fintech's in the city have long seen the potential of India's market, but have been unsure about how to access the opportunities. The roundtable today marks the start of what I'm sure will be a long and prosperous partnership between the City of London Corporation and High Commission of India and should go some way to helping UK Fintech's expand their operations in India."