This page lists events and conferences organized by Tradepass.
Tradepass is holding BYTES for the first time in Southeast Asia on the 12th and 13th of April 2022, virtually, to maximize the potential of the sector in the region.
1000+ Big Data & Analytics professionals from ASEAN’s premier public and private enterprises will attend the event. The presence of 30+ industry leaders and 20+ best-in-class worldwide solution providers will make the event even more important, to say the least.
Southeast Asia’s Big Data Analytics industry is expanding to new heights, thanks to a large young population that is extremely tech-savvy and widespread digitization activities.
With the region’s digital economy flying to new heights, it is predicted that ASEAN’s yearly GDP will rise by USD 1 trillion in the next four years.
With massive amounts of data being generated every second, the region’s top players, such as Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, and others, are collaborating to power a multibillion-dollar data analytics market in order to stay on top of their burgeoning challenges and upgrade business functions. It should come as no surprise that the region’s government agencies are using big data analytics to better public service delivery.
The National Cybersecurity Plan 2022 (NCSP) was created by the Philippines’ Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) with the goal of making the country cyber secure. According to many projections, the government would need to spend more than $20 billion on cybersecurity between 2017 and 2025 in order to compete with “global best-in-class countries.”
Tradepass will host the 2nd edition PhilSec on July 12–13, 2022, to optimize DICT’s efforts. The event will bring together 600+ cybersecurity specialists (both in-person and online), including the heads of information security, risk, compliance, forensics, and cyber law from the Philippines’ biggest public and private companies.
World Financial Innovation Series 2022 – Philippines
The boom in digitalization, a favorable regulatory framework, and the Central Bank of the Philippines’ (BSP) announcement of the ‘Digital Payments Transformation Roadmap 2020-2023’ are all contributing to the country’s rich fintech ecosystem. Furthermore, the presence of over 50 million unbanked Filipinos just adds to the ultra-profitable industry.
Fintech businesses in the Philippines raised $342 million in the first half of 2021, more than double what they raised in the first half of 2020, because of the proliferation of online payment channels, cryptocurrencies, and digital banks.
Tradepass is holding the 10th edition World Financial Innovation Series (WFIS) on the 16th and 17th of August 2022 at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila in Manila, Philippines, to encourage financial inclusion in the region and provide a shared platform for the developing FSI community. Over 500 technological and business leaders from the country’s biggest banks, insurance companies, and microfinance organizations are expected to attend.