FinTech Connect, the trade show that connects the global fintech ecosystem, today revealed the agenda for its 2020 virtual event which will take place between 30th November and 4th December.
This year’s line-up includes the CEOs of major European challenger banks like Tide and Starling Bank, the global digital leads at some of the largest financial institutions in the world including Banco Santander and HSBC, and the fintech pioneers within disruptors like Facebook, Pinterest and JUST EAT. Speaker highlights include:
- Sarika Sangwan, Global Head of Strategy & Marketing – Financial Services, Pinterest
- Chirag Patel, EVP Global Payments, Banco Santander
- Anne Boden, CEO, Starling Bank
- Oliver Prill, CEO, Tide Bank
- Daniel Mast, Head of L&S Innovation and Tradelens Technology Strategy, A.P. Moller – Maersk
- William Lovell, Head of Future Technology, Bank of England
- Sean Ringsted, Chief Digital Officer, Chubb
- Peter Tilton, SVP Digital, Royal Bank of Canada
- Paul Cobban, Chief Transformation Officer, DBS
- Kristy Duncan, CEO, Women in Payments
- Ben Shipway, Global Head of Product & Technology, FinTech, JUST EAT
- Ville Sointu, Head of Emerging Technologies, Nordea
- Ben Arber, Head of Financial Crime Compliance, HSBC
- Aleksi Grym, Head of Digitalisation, Bank of Finland
- Jacqueline Chilton, VP Payments & Fraud, Ticketmaster
“2020 has been a landmark year for fintech. The pandemic has accelerated the pace of transformation at an unprecedented rate and, at the same time, recent scandals around governance have threatened the reputation of the entire sector. We’re reaching an inflection point in fintech’s maturity and so, as we near the end of this tumultuous year, it’s never been more important for the community to coral together and define its future,” said Laurence Coldicott, FinTech Connect’s Director of Content.
“Entering its sixth year, Fintech Connect’s 2020 virtual edition provides a platform to do just that, uniting colleagues from every timezone without the expense of travel or registration fees,” says Coldicott.
Content sessions will belong to one of four streams, Digital Transformation, PayTech, Blockchain and RegTech, which will deliver a comprehensive, in-depth examination of the current state and future direction of FinTech across the world.
The 2020 edition of FinTech Connect will be held virtually on 30 November – 4 December and will bring together 8,000+ of the fintech community to share best practice, showcase new products and solutions and shape financial services of the future. Register to attend here or explore sponsorship opportunities for 2020.