[ Press Release ] IMAS Digital Accelerator Programme 2021 – APPLICATION PERIOD EXTENDED TO 26 MARCH 2021

DAP 2021 is launched! (Application period: 3 Feb – 26 Mar 2021)

IMAS is canvassing for innovative technology specific to solving pain points around Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), Risk Assessment Processes and Automating Data Management. ____________________________________________________

 

Programme Benefits 1. PRIZE MONEY: Up to $20,000 per Problem Statement/Challenge 2. NETWORK: Extend your network by with the industry 3. SHOWCASE: Opportunity to showcase at IMAS Digital Events 4. GET FAST-TRACKED: Selected fintechs will be showcased at IMAS Digital events and a chance to be fast-tracked into the Singapore Fintech Festival 5. MEMBERSHIP: Become an IMAS Fintech Associate Member to connect with the top leaders of the asset management industry ____________________________________________________

 

ICYMI: Innovation Thursday 11 March 2021, 2 – 3.30pm Come meet our Acceleration Partners – Investment Management Association of Singapore (IMAS), Nikko Asset Management and Schroders! Hear directly from them about their challenges, what they are looking for, and what opportunities they offer to collaborate with potential solvers. You can view the session recording here: https://youtu.be/s6DpImxmRbw ____________________________________________________

 

TO VIEW PROBLEM STATEMENTS: https://imasdap.com/2020/problemStatements.html

APPLY NOW: https://imasdap.com/2020/apply.html

We are happy to answer any queries that you may have regarding IMAS Digital Accelerator Programme, via digital@imas.org.sg.

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