London, UK – May 2022: ipushpull, the real-time data sharing and workflow platform today announced its partnership with the University of East London and the Royal Docks School of Business & Law with the new Centre of FinTech. The Centre aims to build a pipeline of FinTech talent that facilitates the global digital economy.
The Kalifa Review highlights the importance of skills, access to global talent, and the creation of a sustainable talent pipeline - all of which are the core of the Centre of FinTech, which provides a platform for FinTech businesses, innovators and entrepreneurs to work directly with the diverse talent pool at UEL.
The centre aims to increase the exposure of students to the world of FinTech, and in so doing, prepare them for the world of work and help them discover the exciting roles available.
Professor Mohammad Ali, Dean of the Royal Docks School of Business & Law stated, “We feel privileged to have alliances with many prominent FinTech industry partners, and together we hope to drive innovation and growth in the sector.”
Matthew Cheung, CEO of ipushpull commented “The FinTech industry is evolving at a great pace, working with UEL, we will help invest in the next generation of entrepreneurs, ensuring the talent is flowing into this important sector for the UK economy.”
Matthew Cheung will also serve on the strategic advisory board of the Centre of Fintech.
ipushpull is a leading capital market FinTech firm that connects people, data and applications in real-time. We make sharing seamless by eliminating silos of data sitting in emails, spreadsheets or file shares and integrate that data into structured workflows.
Data drives financial markets however data sharing has hardly changed for decades. Our goal is to improve human decision making by reducing the heavy lifting around complex manual repetitive tasks, allowing people to focus on value-add activities.
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