MoneyNext Summit Online is the leading virtual event to address the current financial landscape and offer insight and opinion into the future of money.
MoneyNext Summit Online is a bigger and more complex version of Fintech Friday panel discussion, and is taking place from 18th to 21st August 2020. The event will assist fintech and tech professionals shape the future of money.
MoneyNext Summit Online gives users access to over 30 hours of exceptional content across 4 days and a line-up of 180 speakers – fintechs and disruptors, technology decision makers to discuss, debate and challenge the latest industry trends and future innovations alongside an audience of 5000 people from tech giants and latest startups.
The conference themes that will be in spotlight include Banking Transformation, Payments and Transfers, Blockchain, Open Banking, Lending and Finance, Insurtech and Security.
Industry captains from Finance and IT will share their trials and successes to help your business adapt and thrive. Some of the top speakers to take the virtual stage in 2020:
RICHARD DAVIES – CEO Banking, Revolut
CRAIG WELLMAN – Director Financial Services, Microsoft
ANDREA DUNLOP – Chairwoman of the Emerging Payments Association
JASON MAUDE – Head of Technology Advocacy, Starling
AMNAH AJMAL – Group Executive – Merchants, Acceptance & Digital Partnerships, Mastercard
LUCY DEMERY – Global Head of FinTech Banking, Standard Chartered
CAROLINE AMBROSE – Director – Open Banking Implementation, Barclays
CHRIS HIGHAM – Head of Strategy & Change – Payments, Virgin Money
STEPHEN INGLEDEW – Chief Executive, FinTech Scotland
BECKY MOFFAT – Global Head of RBWM Customer Marketing, HSBC
NOUAMANE CHERKAOUI – CIO, Société Générale
SIMON VINEY – Cyber Security Financial Services Sector Lead, BAE Systems
The event is completely free to attend. Register now at https://moneynextsummit.com/online/registration and follow #MoneyNextOnline hashtag on social media for the event’s latest updates and news.
MoneyNext is the source of this content. This Press Release is for informational purposes only. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. Cryptocurrencies and tokens are extremely volatile. There is no guarantee of a stable value, or of any value at all.
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