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Does Canada offer a competitive environment where FinTech innovation can flourish?
February 14, 2017 — OTTAWA, ON — Competition Bureau
Media are invited to attend a workshop on competition and FinTech innovation on Tuesday February 21, 2017. During the workshop, the FinTech community — including Canadian start‑ups, banks, provincial and federal regulators, and international experts — will be asked to examine the connections between competition, innovation and regulation, as they plan for the future. A key question to be addressed is whether Canada offers a competitive environment where FinTech innovation can flourish.
Results from the forum will help shape the Competition Bureau’s market study on technology‑driven innovation in the financial services industry.
Date: February 21, 2017
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST
Location: Shaw Centre, Ottawa
Please register your attendance in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and check in at the media desk upon arrival on the day.
Members of the media that are not able to attend in person may register to participate remotely via webcast.
Follow the Bureau's Twitter account (@CompBureau) and the hashtag #FinTechCan for real‑time updates, including discussion highlights on the day of the workshop.
- Register to attend remotely via webcast
- Announcement: FinTech experts to discuss the state of competition and innovation
- FinTech workshop agenda
- Speaker biographies
- FinTech workshop primer
- Announcement: FinTech Market Study
- FinTech Market Study notice
- Competition Bureau at a Glance
- Advocacy at the Competition Bureau
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The Competition Bureau, as an independent law enforcement agency, ensures that Canadian businesses and consumers prosper in a competitive and innovative marketplace.
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