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As a core tenet of the Lab, we serve our community as a hub for suptech intelligence, opportunities, acceleration, and more as the ecosystem continues to grow. To this end, we are eager to learn how we can best adapt or grow to support your needs. In particular, we aim to do this by growing both our core team and our strategic partnerships.

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Financial authorities
If you are a financial authority seeking to embrace the benefits of SupTech to upgrade your supervisory methodologies and tools, we are looking forward to hearing from you. We would like to showcase your SupTech projects in the SupTech solutions tracker, and hear from you about use cases and business processes you would like to discuss with us and for the SupTech Lab to focus on. If you are ready to partner with us on our first workstream, the development of new suptech applications for the market conduct supervision of new financial technologies, join us!
Financial supervisors

The Cambridge SupTech Lab empowers participating supervisors, regulators, economists, policymakers, data scientists and technologists to become the  “Innovation Leaders” that drive digital transformation of their agencies. Existing knowledge and tools will be transferred to Innovation Leaders and their respective financial authorities to accelerate innovation, as well as reducing dependency on external technical assistance, while undergoing together a process of co-creation of new suptech applications. Are you the next Innovation Leader? Connect with our team!

Technology vendors
If you are a vendor who has already brought to market suptech applications, we invite you to list your applications in the suptech vendor database.
Cloud platforms

Our community of Innovation Leaders are building the next generation of suptech applications, and require world-class platforms to host on, solutions architects to validate optimal configurations, and innovation departments to collaborate with. Beyond traditional hosting conversations, we are also keen to synchronise our SupTech Vendor database with cloud service providers’ marketplaces, and find harmonies between Cambridge SupTech Lab’s mission and your public sector initiatives in consumer production, ESG goals, and beyond. If you’re ready to collaborate, let’s go!

Open source communities

In true don’t repeat yourself (DRY) fashion, the Cambridge SupTech Lab is eager to avoid technical redundancy in our application development, by connecting our Innovation Leaders with the best tools and communities available. To this end, we focus on contributing our community’s skills and passions to a broader community of impact-oriented developers, designers, and product teams. We are eager not only to integrate and contribute back to your existing FOSS initiatives, but also to release our own open repositories wherever possible. Let’s build the future together!

Development agencies and donors

The Cambridge SupTech Lab’s first workstream focuses on financial technologies and consumer protection. We would like to expand our offer to other policy areas such as anti-money laundering supervision, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks oversight, financial inclusion policymaking, supervision of cryptos and central bank digital currencies (CBDC). If you are interested in learning more about us and exploring possible collaborations, connect with us!

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