Finext Conference USA 2022

July 14-15, 2022 | USA

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FiNext Conference organizes two annual events in a year, one for the American region (In San Fran, USA) and the other for the rest of the world (In Dubai). FiNext Conference provides a platform for the global Banking and FinTech sector, allowing start-ups, SMEs, incumbent tech providers, investors, financial institutions, and other stakeholders to connect and interact under one roof. The conference is taking in speaker applications, nominations for FiNext Awards which honors the individuals and companies who are doing ground breaking work in the Financial space.

Spotlight

During the pandemic banks had to experiment and take risks that under normal circumstances they would never have considered in order to keep operations up and running, such as rapidly deploying a range of digital tools.
To the surprise of many, employees and customers enthusiastically embraced these digital offerings, accelerating technology maturity and adoption by several years. Banks suddenly had hard evidence that digitizing operations could bring enormous efficiency and scale advantages while actually serving customers with greater personalization. These insights, in addition to capitalization changes, are contributing to a new wave of M&A activity in the U.S. as banks look to scale up quickly as the economy emerges from the pandemic. There were more than 50 deals in the first four months of 2021
with a total value of almost $25 billion, up from $6.5 billion in the same period in 2020, according to an S&P Global report.


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Building a Financial Model of a Company

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Build a financial model that adheres to the highest industry standards to deliver a clear and actionable forecast of a company’s Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement and Balance Sheet, enabling optimal financial decisions. Learn and practise a life-changing approach to model planning, design, logic and structure along with the required financial concepts and accounting treatments, taught by experts with deep experience in the financial world. Financial Analysts will gain the skills and confidence to efficiently build Excel-based models that become valued communication tools that tell a clear financial story.

Open Finance, APIs, & Partnerships

June 23-24, 2022 | USA

This premier marcus evans event will bring together the foremost leaders in Open Banking, Digital Innovation, and Partnerships from leading Financial Institutions to deliver case studies that address the challenges and strategies for optimizing and accelerating digital innovation and open finance. There will be discussions into the importance of digital identity mechanisms and the focus on data security and privacy to facilitate secure data sharing and to protect consumer data.

Fintech Week London 2022

July 11-15, 2022 | UK

Fintech Week London 2021 shined a light on the most interesting topics in financial technology, with a 2-day conference at its core. Traditional financial institutions came together with fintechs and other financial services companies, in one of the world’s oldest leading financial districts: London. From high-street banks to challengers, technology giants to disruptors, this five-day event showcased some of the best that London and global fintech has to offer. We would like to thank our partners, speakers, hosts and attendees for making Fintech Week London 2021 a huge success. Mark your calendars for the second edition on July 11-15, 2022.

Future of Banking & Fintech in the METAVERSE

March 9-10, 2022 | Switzerland

The Metaverse is a hot topic. Investment bank Goldman Sachs predicts the metaverse could be an USD 8 trillion opportunity. Bank of America says the virtual world is a huge opportunity where crypto will be widely adopted.

Spotlight

During the pandemic banks had to experiment and take risks that under normal circumstances they would never have considered in order to keep operations up and running, such as rapidly deploying a range of digital tools.
To the surprise of many, employees and customers enthusiastically embraced these digital offerings, accelerating technology maturity and adoption by several years. Banks suddenly had hard evidence that digitizing operations could bring enormous efficiency and scale advantages while actually serving customers with greater personalization. These insights, in addition to capitalization changes, are contributing to a new wave of M&A activity in the U.S. as banks look to scale up quickly as the economy emerges from the pandemic. There were more than 50 deals in the first four months of 2021
with a total value of almost $25 billion, up from $6.5 billion in the same period in 2020, according to an S&P Global report.

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