Fintech startup STACS joins Mastercard’s startup engagement programme
STACS is amongst seven startups globally that were admitted into the programme.
STACS, a fintech startup focused on environment, social, and governance (ESG), is one of seven global startups that are joining Mastercard’s new global startup engagement program Start Path.
The programme is dedicated to supporting fast-growing blockchain and digital assets companies, with STACS being one of two companies from Singapore.
“As a leading technology player, Mastercard can play a key role in shaping the future of digital assets and providing consumer protection and security. Mastercard is thrilled to support STACS and the larger fintech community to grow and scale blockchain programs and platforms in an ever-changing industry,” said Sandeep Malhotra, executive vice president of Products and Innovation, Asia Pacific at Mastercard.
STACS provides a blockchain infrastructure for the financial industry that unlocks massive value and enables effective sustainable financing. Its clients and partners include global banks, national stock exchanges, and asset managers.
STACS’ industry-wide DLT-powered Integrated ESG Nexus solution is pivotal to mobilising capital, monitoring commitment, and stimulating continuous ESG efforts through indisputable quality impact reports. The company also serves an ecosystem of global financial institutions highly involved in the ESG space.