The proportion trails Singaporean and Chinese investments, which make up 27 per cent and 26 per cent of the portfolio, respectively.
This is a validation of our efforts to move from a young start-up to an established mainstream lender, with the ability to disrupt the banking model for the benefit of clients, and design new investment products and services.
The delegation will engage with regulators, government representatives, investors, start-ups, scale-ups and buyers, as well as visit leading-edge facilities at Hartham Park and the ARK Data Centre.
As part of the MoU, The Academy, an education center at DIFC, will potentially host an educational program on the latest FinTech and innovation trends
The evening event included presentations from PwC, Allen & Overy, Universal Investments and CrossLend. All centred around securitisation under the Luxembourg Law of 2004.