November 2-3, 2023 | Zambia
Join other innovators, startups, corporations, financial service providers, tech companies, investors, and regulators as they share industry-leading knowledge, best practices and experiences, spotlight trends and make forecasts about fintech in Africa at the Africa Fintech Summit, Lusaka, Zambia, taking place from November 16-17, 2023.
Since 2018, twice a year, with the exception of 2020 and 2021 that saw only one edition of the Africa Fintech Summit each, we’ve brought together innovators from different financial and technology verticals to engage in thoughtfully designed community-oriented experiences. Each April, AFTS is a headlining sidelines event that holds during the Spring Meetings of The World Bank/IFC. And in November, another edition takes place in a selected African country.
June 14-15, 2023 | Thailand
The Future of Finance Summit, now in its 24th year, has become the definitive annual event for the financial industry - where the hard questions are asked and solutions are put forward.
The Future of Finance Summit 2023 will be held in Bangkok, Thailand, the meeting point of major economies in the region. The summit is a chance to engage with decision makers from unicorn companies, disruptors and industry leaders driving the fintech revolution.
November 2-3, 2023 | Romania
The annual EXPO brings all our communities together and create the largest banking gathering in the CEE region, with over 500 bankers, regulators, and other market players for a personalized itinerary of one-to-one meetings, networking, interactive discussions, seminars, award ceremony, and gala-dinner.
August 30, 2023 | Australia
The Future of Security, Sydney is FST’s dedicated security forum for New South Wales, exploring the most pressing issues of cybersecurity, resilience and diligence in the financial services industry.
Cyber-attacks remain the most difficult threat and risk in the financial services industry despite significant advances by the sector to boost cyber defence, vigilance and resilience. Cybercriminals are still one step ahead of the game, increasing the precision, sophistication and intensity of their malicious attacks along with the take-up of digital products and services providing ample opportunity for cybercrime.