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New model for financial talent cultivation

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New model for financial talent cultivation

Financial technology (Fin Tech) is in trend right now. Taipei Tech collaborates with First Bank to assist start-up teams in fields such as AI, IoT, and smart service. In the future, First Bank will provide space, financial expertise, and special loan for these teams. On the other hand, Taipei Tech will focus on R&D and talent cultivation. The new collaboration model is one of a kind in Taiwan and is expected to bring positive influence to financial industry.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony was held on Jan 15 on campus. Two parties are both exist for over 100 years. Taipei Tech Acting President Li Wen-lung noted that if an enterprise can be there for more ten decades then they must have done something right. Taipei Tech established the Innovation & Incubation Center in 1999 and has been assist over one hundred companies ever since.  Other strengths Taipei Tech possesses are Taiwan Startup Institute, 3D printing technique, and alumni working in industry including many founders and CEOs of a company.

First Bank has been investing a lot of resources in emerging payment, cloud technology, integrated payment platform, and O2O in recent years. And it is eager to become a part of Regulatory Sandbox experimental area.

Taipei Tech Industry-Academia Cooperation Office Dean Lee Da-sheng said by cross-domain collaboration, we can hope to see not only industry upgrading but also conjunction between start-up and industry needs.


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