The financial technology accelerator Startupbootcamp FinTech in New York has formed partnerships with Deutsche Bank, a law firm and a venture capital firm to advise its participants.
Startupbootcamp FinTech will provide a three-month intensive program to emerging companies at its New York office. Ten graduates will receive a $20,000 grant, office space for three months and access to a network of investors and venture capitalists. The accelerator is continuing to accept applications.
The program also offers mentoring from its original hosts, including MasterCard, Banco Santander and Rabobank. The new partners announced on Thursday will also advise the program's members. In addition to Deutsche Bank, the new partners are the law firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, and the venture capital firm Route 66 Ventures in Alexandria, Va.
Startupbootcamp FinTech in New York is part of the Startupbootcamp worldwide network of 12 startup accelerators that launched in 2010.