First Fintech Board Members Academy to Be Launched in Latviaby Fintechnews Baltic January 17, 2024
Latvia is set to host the first “Fintech Board Members Academy” at the end of this month.
This crafted, two-day, in-person event is tailored for industry leaders, offering a comprehensive program that explores critical topics shaping the future of the fintech industry in Latvia. Scheduled for January 25-26, the Academy will bring together over 10 local and international experts.
The Academy is organised by the Fintech Latvia Association in cooperation with the Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance, which promotes the implementation of good corporate governance principles in the Baltic States, including the organisation of 15 years of educational programs for high-level managers, business owners, supervisory board members, and board members.T
hese two-day intensive sessions with expert speakers will cover topics such as Latvia’s Fintech development strategy, regulatory news and developments, establishing a compliance and internal control system, creating an effective governance structure, risk management, etc.
Tīna Lūse, Managing Director of Fintech Latvia Association:
“It is a rewarding start to the year to work actively and systematically to create attractive development conditions for fintech companies in Latvia and to bring new and competitive players to the market, thus contributing to economic growth. The aim of the Academy is to provide the managers and founders of fintech companies with a comprehensive overview of the Latvian regulator’s expectations on the various issues related to the company’s activities, as well as to provide access to the perspectives of the best experts on these issues, and to share the experience of other market players. We therefore appreciate the active participation of experts from the Bank of Latvia, the Ministry of Finance, Finance Latvia Association and the Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance in the preparation of the Academy’s training programme and in the engagement of experts.”
The Academy will feature speakers from the Ministry of Finance of Latvia, the Bank of Latvia, Fintech Latvia Association, Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance, Finance Latvia Association, drill, WALLESS, Pedersen & Partners, Sorainen, Gravity HUB, Tenity, DelfinGroup, Nasdaq Riga, KPMG, IIZI Broker, TeraSky and Mintos.
For more information about the Academy and to register check out this link https://www.fintechacademy.lv. Registration is open until 22 January.
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