Due to governmental support in May 2020 from the grant of the Ministry of Economy & Luxinnovation, Stampify, a LHoFT-based startup, launches the first version of the platform on the 7th of October.
Syncordis, partenaire spécialisé dans les services d'implémentation mondiaux de logiciels bancaires, en collaboration stratégique avec Telindus, un des leaders reconnus des services convergents Cloud, ICT, télécom au Luxembourg, ont choisi la technologie de pointe SaaS de Temenos pour introduire une solution SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) basée au Luxembourg pour les banques privées.
The start-up, specialized in KYC outsourcing solutions for regulated entities, has successfully obtained ISO 22301 and 27001 certifications for its Business Continuity and Information Security Management System. By doing so, the company reinforces the robustness of its processes to better meet the requirement of its clients.
A proof of excellence for Luxembourg’s FinTech scene, demonstrating that fast-paced digital innovation for the financial industry can go hand-in-hand with ISO-certified IT Security excellence, all under the umbrella of a 'Support PFS’ license.
The second and last part of the Fintech Summit, which took place on September 16th in the frame of the phygital edition of ICT Spring, focused on the democratization of banking processes and on the redefinition of finance, from digital payment to Fundtech. As usual, tens of local and international experts shared their expertise, views and vision with a digital audience.
On the second day of ICT Spring, which took place on September 15th and 16th, international and local experts gathered at the ECCL – but also virtually – to participate to the Fintech Summit. They discussed the latest trends of the boiling financial technologies sector, addressing the post Covid-19 era and cryptocurrencies. The morning session was moderated by Frank Roessig (Fintech Leader, Head Digital Solutions, Proximus Luxembourg).
To follow the health and sanitary measures imposed by most governments all over the world, ICT Spring took place in a phygital way on September 15th and 16th. Most keynote speakers traveled to Luxembourg while participants had the comfort of following their inspiring presentations from their office or from home. The latter also had the possibility to visit the virtual exhibition area while discussing and exchanging with their peers.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) today marked the go-live of the LGX DataHub, a unique, centralised database of structured data on a vast range of sustainable securities. Built and managed by the sustainable finance team at LuxSE, the LGX DataHub addresses the complex data challenge that asset managers and investors are facing when building sustainable investment strategies or reporting on their investments.
LUXHUB has today announced a new strategic partnership with leading Swiss technology infrastructure provider, SIX Group – a move that firmly cements the Luxembourgish fintech’s position as a key player on the European Open Banking map.
The Infrachain Challenge is a blockchain hackathon taking place on 23rd and 24th September at The LHoFT. Teams from Filedgr, Neofacto, PwC-Tokeny and Stampify will give their all during 30 hours to come up with an innovative new application for the Public Sector Blockchain developed by the Ministry for Digitalisation. At the end of their 2-day coding marathon, teams will pitch their projects in front of a jury of blockchain and public sector experts. The jury is chaired by Gaston Schmit, First Government Counselor at the Ministry for Digitalisation. Further members are Carlo Gambucci, Director at Syndicat Intercommunal de Gestion Informatique (S.I.G.I.), Ajay Bali, Associate Partner - Digital Advisory Services at EY Luxembourg, Biba Homsy, President of the Board of LëtzBlock, Maria Mateo Iborra, Co-founder of Ibisa Network and Dr. Djamel Khadraoui, Head of Trusted Service System Research Unit at LIST.