Finnext Capital is an innovation enabler and consulting firm which provides professional advisory services to corporations and startups related to innovation, assists in capital funding and provides resources, connections and networks in the region.
Finnext Capital Mission & Unique Value Propositions
A platform for holistic FinTech & IoT engagement between the decision makers (government, regulators) and the ecosystem (start-ups, banks, communities) which serves as an effective channel amongst the market inclusive of entrepreneurs, Bankers & Innovators.
An inclusive, authoritative and national platform for the vibrant and collaborative FinTech & IoT ecosystem comprising of startups, technology companies, financial institutions, investors, research institutes, institutes of higher learning and above all, the government.
A catalyst to support government and regulator’s agenda & drive "sandboxes" as safe spaces to experiment & roll out innovative FinTech & IoT solutions within controlled boundaries governed by the regulators.
An accelerator specifically catered to FinTech & IoT to support the creation of a vibrant & long-lasting ecosystem for entrepreneurship and innovation by advancing ideas, providing professional advisory, start-up capital funding, connections & networks.
July 28, 2016 (Kuala Lumpur) -- Bank Negara's fintech framework is getting closer to reality and bankers are retooling to adapt to the landscape, according to Next Money global chapters director Jason Lee. He also talks about how more unbanked people may become banked via Fintechs instead of traditional banks.
May 20, 2016 (Kuala Lumpur) -- The fintech revolution is well underway but the clock is ticking for fintech start-ups to scale up or be left behind, according to Jason Lee, Next Money regional chapter lead for the Asia Pacific. He speaks with Bloomberg TV Malaysia's Sophie Kamaruddin.
December 22, 2015 (Kuala Lumpur) -- Jason Lee, Next Bank KL chapter lead, discusses trends driving fintech as stakeholders shift away from traditional models. He speaks with Bloomberg TV Malaysia's Sophie Kamaruddin.