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Israel and Croatia announce agreement on fintech cooperation

Monday 30 September 2019 10:13 CET | News

The Israel Securities Authority (ISA) and the Capital Market, Insurance, and Saving Authority (CMISA) have signed a fintech collaboration MOU with the Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency (HANFA).

The purpose of the agreement is to encourage fintech innovation in Croatia and Israel by providing support to fintech companies and to enable information sharing regarding this domain. Both authorities consider MOUs with corresponding authorities worldwide as an important step toward expanding cooperation and knowledge sharing and creating access to regulation for entrepreneurs seeking new global markets for their financial services.

These MOUs also reinforce Israel’s status as an innovative, advanced centre of fintech, according to the official press release.


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Keywords: Israel Securities Authority, ISA, fintech, payments, collaboration, MOU, Croatia, financial services
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