The FinTech Alliance Community at FinTech Talents 2021 – and what comes next? 

The FinTech Alliance Community at FinTech Talents 2021 – and what comes next? 
It was one of the first in-person FinTech events in London since global lockdowns in March 2020 – and FinTech Alliance was delighted to be a media partner for FinTech Talents. More than this, two of our key community companies, Marqeta and Tribe Payments were sponsoring the event, and took the increasingly rare chance to meet new and existing customers, educate people around their products, and even host and speak on panel discussions about the most...

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