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FASL completes fourth batch of ‘Introduction to Fintech’

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Fintech Association of Sri Lanka (FASL) has recently completed fourth batch of the workshop on ‘Introduction to Fintech’ (designed by The University of Hong Kong (HKU) at Hilton Colombo. New York based UN Joint Staff Pension Fund Senior Compliance Associate Wasantha Jayasinghe was a special guest.

FASL is launching the courses ‘Professional Certificate in Fintech and Blockchain’ and ‘Professional Certificate in Fintech and Regtech’ based on The University of Hong Kong’s Fintech courses.

HKU has recently organised jointly with the Fintech Association of Hong Kong and FASL a seminar on ‘Real Estate Tokenisation – Challenges and Opportunities’ at the HKU’s Asian Institute of International Financial Law (AIIFL) in Hong Kong.


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