【Event Report】June 30 Vice-Chair Kito took the stage at “Fintech Bridge Japan and Romania”

The Romanian Fintech Association and the Fintech Association of Japan held “Fintech Bridge Japan and Romania” on June 30, 2021.

The webinar was held at 11:00 a.m. Romania time, 5:00 p.m. Japan time, and was opened by His Excellency Hiroshi Ueda, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Romania.
Vice-Chair Takeshi Kito took the stage from our association.

About the Webinnar

Fintech Bridge Japan and Romania

This webinar focused on financial technologies (FinTech) in Romania and Japan is organized by the Romanian Fintech Association and the Fintech Association of Japan. Its main goal is to introduce current developments, challenges and potential in FinTech in both countries and to provide an opportunity to present four Romanian FinTech companies interested in the Japanese market.


17:00 Introductory remarks
Mr. Cosmin Cosma, President Romanian Fintech Association
H.E. Mr. Hiroshi Ueda, Ambassador of Japan in Romania

17:05 Current state and potential of Romanian Fintech Ecosystem, Romanian Fintech Association

17:15 Japan Fintech Landscape by Fintech Association of Japan

17:25 Presentations by Romanian Fintech Companies
Fintech OS, SeedBlink, Prime Dash, Lendrise

17:50 Q&A

Romanian Fintech Association

The Romanian Fintech Association – RoFin.Tech was founded in January 2020 as a professional entrepreneurial association to represent the interests of the companies founded by Romanian individuals and which are building proprietary technology products. The aim of the association is three-fold: growing the penetration of digital, tech and entrepreneurship into financial services; creating and growing the offline and online channels needed for fintech companies to expand their operations internationally; educate and expand the market & community of entrepreneurs and professionals working in fintech.

Fintech Association of Japan

The Fintech Association of Japan promotes open innovation in the Japanese Fintech industry by creating networking opportunities for its members, researching emerging market trends, and cooperating with domestic, international, and government organizations. The Association promotes the Japanese Fintech ecosystem abroad and encourages the exchange of information internationally. Fintech startups take initiatives in the Fintech Association of Japan on the social significance of accelerating the development of disruptive innovation for users through actively engaging with Japanese leading firms.