Dear Fintech Friends,The European Fintech Alliance (EFA) kindly invites you to our Policy Day on April 3rd 2019 in Brussels, to discuss how a European regulatory framework can help the fintech sector grow and contribute to its international competitiveness.
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European Fintech Alliance Elects New Board Brussles/Berlin – Marcus Laube (Crossinx) has been re-elected as Chair of the European Fintech Alliance (EFA) with Cornelia Schwertner remaining Co-Chair. New to EFA’s board are Jörn Leogrande (Wirecard) and Alexander Baatz (Kontist) as Co-Chairs. At its annual members’ assembly, the Alliance has defined the agenda for the new year stressing its ambition to cement and expand its role as Europe’s strongest voice for the fintech sector vis-à-vis EU regulators. Last week, the members of the European Fintech Alliance (EFA) elected a new board. In a unanimous vote, Marcus Laube (Crossinx) and Cornelia Schwertner (Figo) were elected as Chairman respectively Co-Chair. Furthermore, Jörn Leogrande (Wirecard)and Alexander Baatz (Kontist) were elected as Co-Chairs following Roman Keßler (Make Europe) and Sascha Bross (Holvi). With 24 members from nine EU countries, EFA is already one of the largest associations in the sector. In the upcoming year, the board wants to extend this position and focus on membership growth,… WeiterlesenEFA elects new Board »