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Investor sees no fintech bubble: "The more startups the better"

The ever-expanding fintech market is not a bubble, according to one investor at the recent technology conference, Money 20/20, in Amsterdam. On the contrary, he says -- the more startup companies there are, the better it is for the industry.

Aman Ghei of Fich Capital. An investor in fintech companies. | Photo: Jesper Elkjær Jensen

Aman Ghei is standing in front of a white racing car. It looks like a Formula 1 racing car --. but has no engine. Its driver is wearing a pair of VR goggles, ready to take a ride on the computer-animated racing ring.

"We only use the car to draw people's attention. We are one of the last stands in the hall, so we're using it to get people down here," says Ghei.

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