FIVE start-ups that are building financial technology (fintech) solutions have been chosen to receive equity-free investments, as well as technical and business mentorship, for one year under the ‘Fintech for Impact’ initiative of ING Bank and UN children’s agency Unicef.

The global initiative, launched in the Philippines last year, seeks to support start-ups developing digital solutions that aim to empower young people, children and families.

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