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FinTech.li 2020: THE SHIFT OF SUSTAINABILITY FUTURE

Fintech.li means top-class speakers, current trends and lots of new knowledge in just one working day. So be there when we open the gates to take a closer look at the latest developments in the Fintech world! But how is that possible in the current situation? Easy we have transformed Fintech.li into a virtual conference. Now you can participate from anywhere you are!  

Fintech.li is for everybody who wants to know how the finance sector will work tomorrow. We provide insights in innovative productssolutions to make the finance sector more sustainable in many ways. You will get insights from all over the world by startups, Nobel Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus & Experts from all over the world in Cooperation with the Yunus Foundation in Thailand. #fintechli2020

SAVE THE DATE: 22.09.2020

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Pathit Ongvasit

Manager, Programs

Pathit leads programs with Yunus Thailand and has recently been leading a community- based incubator for agri-entrepreneurs in the Southern Border Provinces, creating multiple new enterprises to tackle food security in the wake of Covid-19.

He was previously a Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management Consultant at the World Bank, and has also worked at the Thailand Development Research Institute and with the Paris-based Human Development Research Initiative, focused on combatting global inequalities. Pathit has led numerous social business education programs in Thailand, collaborating with international agencies such as UNDP, large corporations such as CP Group, and community networks like the Sustainable Energy Youth Network.

Pathit is regarded as an emerging young leader within the social business movement and is a Yunus & Youth Ambassador. He completed his Master’s Degree in International Development at Sciences Po Paris and holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Economics from Sciences Po Paris and Columbia University, New York.