Nine Scots companies to join major European fintech conference


FinTech Scotland, in collaboration with Scottish Development International (SDI), has announced that nine Scottish fintech companies will participate in Europe’s largest fintech conference, Money20/20, in Amsterdam from June 4-6.

The companies – Modulr, Zumo, Inicio AI, Autorek, Predictiva, Br-dge, Appointedd, Encompass, and CopyLab – will represent Scotland’s fintech sector as part of the UK Department for Business and Trade’s (DBT) broader delegation.

Hosted at the DBT pavilion, the Scottish delegation will showcase the country’s leadership and innovation in the fintech sector, highlighting its global influence. FinTech Scotland and SDI will share the pavilion with other regional fintech groups part of the UK Fintech National Network, including Fintech Wales, Fintech Northern Ireland, Supertech West Midlands, Fintech North as well as Fintech Alliance and Barclays Rise.

FinTech Scotland and SDI have planned a series of activities designed to maximise the event’s impact for Scottish fintechs.

These include:

  • Discussions with country experts on European regulations, to support fintech’s exporting services.
  • Building meaningful connections with a networking event with over 200 European fintechs.
  • A series of investor pitching and networking events, driving investment for future growth and international expansion.
  • A series of panel discussions focused on expert insights on growing an international fintech business.\
  • Capturing the key learning and expert insights from across the conference with a series of podcasts live from the event.

Additionally, FinTech Scotland’s strategic partner TSB will share one of the main stages with Scottish fintech Inicio AI to discuss fintech collaboration.

Nicola Anderson, CEO of FinTech Scotland, said: “We are thrilled to have a strong presence at Money2020, where we will highlight the immense talent, innovation, and leadership that Scotland brings to the fintech sector.

“This partnership is an essential part of our broader strategy to support the growth and scaling up of fintech companies. We look forward to meaningful collaboration and opportunities that this global event will provide as well as developing new connections.”

Reuben Aitken, managing director of international operations at Scottish Enterprise, said: “With a rich history in financial services, internationally renowned universities and an innovative tech scene, Scotland’s fintech sector enjoys an incredibly strong global reputation.

“Money20/20 is Europe’s largest fintech event and we look forward to joining FinTech Scotland in showcasing the very best the sector in Scotland has to offer, opening doors for Scottish companies to international markets and delivering investment opportunities here in Scotland in the process.”