India Fintech Festival (IFF 2020) is postponed

Reported by: |Updated: February 20, 2020

The Mumbai Fintech Hub, Government of Maharashtra, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and the Fintech Convergence Council, the organisers of India Fintech Festival (IFF 2020) have taken a decision to postpone the event scheduled for March 4 and 5, 2020.
The organisers have recently been receiving queries from foreign delegates, speakers and exhibitors after travel advisories were issued to foreign nationals by their country and in some cases by their respective organisations.
After careful consideration of the safety of all participants, out of abundant precaution, the organising committee has taken the difficult decision to postpone the event to a more suitable time.
The organisers have been fully prepared to welcome all the guests at IFF, which was slated to see participation from 150+ speakers, 25+ countries, 500+ foreign delegates, 200+ exhibitors and sponsors and 5,000 participants. IFF had received a confirmation from 150+ speakers and 4000+ attendees and over 90 per cent of exhibition area was already sold out.
The IFF team is thankful for the overwhelming support from the speakers, delegates, exhibitors and partners so far.  The committee looks forward to their support in future. The new dates for the event will be announced soon.