The Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN), which also includes the Bank of Lithuania, invites innovative companies to share their experience in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The GFIN aims to contact various companies around the globe that have created or are currently creating dedicated financial products or services to help people and/or businesses deal with the consequences of COVID-19. This can be either fintech initiatives or RegTech solutions. The GFIN will assess its potential to contribute to the development of such products or services. Therefore, we kindly invite market participants to contact the GFIN directly or through the Bank of Lithuania (by email [email protected]). The GFIN has also collected and published useful links, covering information on the COVID-19 situation in its member jurisdictions. The list of links can be found here. Lithuania, represented by the Bank of Lithuania, was the first among euro area countries to join the GFIN in early 2019. Today, this network brings together 50 global organisations from different jurisdictions (including Australia, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and Singapore).
Bank of Lithuania: Market participants invited to share information on their COVID-19 response
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