Review of major issues related to Online Investment-linked Financial Service Act… Sharing preparations and support details
Paygate, a Fintech specialized company, held a seminar to respond to the ‘Online Investment-Linked Financial Service Act’.
On the 18th, Paygate Co., Ltd. announced on the 19th that it had successfully completed an Online Investment-linked Financial Service Act (hereinafter referred to as the ‘On-To Act’) response seminar at the 31st floor of Lotte Tower, Songpa-gu, Seoul.
▲ Paygate held an Online Investment-linked Financial Service Act seminar at the Auditorium on the 31st floor of Lotte Tower,
Songpa-gu, Seoul on the 18th. (Photo credit= Paygate Co., Ltd.)
On this day, the seminar was held from 1 to 4 pm, and from 4 to 5 pm, Paygate executives and employees gathered for an hour to review the preparations and progress of the On-To Act response.
In order to practice distance-keeping in daily life, Paygate secured 120 seats, nearly twice the size of the participants, and arranged them to be seated with one empty seat in between, thoroughly preparing for the prevention of corona 19 infection.
On the agenda of the seminar, △Review of major issues related to the Online Investment-linked Financial Service Act. △Financial Supervisory Service registration and statutory association promotion status △What P2P financial providers had to prepare, what Paygate would support in the future, and what services were currently in progress, were shared.
Park So-young, CEO of Paygate, said, “P2P financial companies are still confused about the implementation of P2P finance-related laws, which are established for the first time in the world.” “We will become a company that communicates with P2P financial companies to provide clear and reliable information and to steadily provide win-win opportunities for mutual growth.”
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