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The Global Fintech Fest (GFF) is one of the largest fintech conferences, organized annually by the  Payments Council of India (PCI), the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), and the Fintech Convergence Council (FCC). GFF has evolved over the past four years to become a preeminent platform for global policymakers, regulators, central bankers, industry captains, thought leaders, academics, and senior industry professionals to discuss and debate issues related to the fintech ecosystem 360 degrees. GFF 2024, the fifth edition of the conference, has been scaled up manifold from its previous editions, and has been designed around the theme ‘Blueprint for the next decade of finance: Responsible AI| Inclusive| Resilient.'

GFF is not just another big-scale conference but a catalyst for change in the fintech ecosystem. With hundreds of sessions comprising keynotes, panel discussions, fireside chats, roundtables, and networking rendezvous, GFF fosters collaboration, innovation, and knowledge exchange. From showcasing cutting-edge fintech innovations at an expansive expo to facilitating investment pitches, workshops, and hackathons, GFF drives meaningful dialogues and actions in the fintech space. 

Central to the ethos of GFF is the Global Fintech Awards (GFA), an esteemed recognition of exceptional initiatives and contributions in the fintech domain by individuals and enterprises from across the globe. The GFA serves as a testament to the transformative power of fintech and celebrates those who are pushing the boundaries of innovation and excellence.

GFF Over the Years

The Global Fintech Fest was initiated with the aim to provide a singular platform for fintech leaders to foster collaborations across borders and develop a blueprint for the future of the industry. Started in 2020, the first two years of the conference was held virtually. The 2022 edition was hybrid, and the first fully physical edition of the GFF was held in 2023.
Over the past four years the GFF has been supported by the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), Ministry of Finance, Government of India (GoI), the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), GoI, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA) and the World Bank Group.  Since its inception the GFF has grown exponentially in scale and influence. 

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