FinTech Connect 2021

November 30-December 2, 2021 | USA

FinTech Connect is the world’s number one event for financial technology. The show this year will bring 8,000+ global thought leaders from across the ecosystem to power forward the growing FinTech industry. Now in its 7th year, FinTech Connect will showcase innovation in financial technology across fintechs, financial institutions, merchants and disruptors from across the globe. Digital transformation has accelerated over the last few months, and FinTech is central to this. It is transforming banking, insurance and payments. Be at the centre of this paradigm shift by hearing from, networking and engaging with all the industry’s leading players.

Spotlight

The Asian banking systems have been hit by several large shocks over the past decade. A financial meltdown in the late 1990s almost crippled the Asian financial intermediation process, leading to a massive loss of output and subsequent efforts by Asian authorities to overhaul the banking system. This was followed by the 2001 global slowdown. The 2007–08 global financial crisis proved to be a huge stress test for the Asian banking system.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

Fintech Talents Festival

November 15-16, 2021 | USA

The future of finance is digital and most certainly more open. The journey to open banking may still be in its early stages but the plan is to accelerate and broaden that evolution. Open finance is coming whether through regulatory demand or market driven forces and the impact on the industry will be profound. With a view towards improving the outcomes for consumers and businesses though more control over how their data is used and by whom, catalysing the creation of the next generation of products and services. Open finance must inform strategy decisions today for the future of all parts of the financial services sector.

The North American Bitcoin Conference 2022

January 17-19, 2022 | USA

You’re here to learn. Let’s do it. Join hundreds of the most influential speakers as they deliver compact crypto masterclasses. Dive into conversations and discuss the state of cryptocurrency with industry pioneers and innovators. Keynote programming is focused on real-time topics and trends and offer attendees honest perspectives and strategies to impact their future with cryptocurrency. Listen as the most brilliant minds teach us about global adoption of blockchain technology, institutional investment (inc. Grayscale, Microstrategy, ETFs, NFTs), geopolitical threats and the newest opportunities in blockchain (inc. regulatory sandboxes, restrictions). Discuss decentralized finance (inc. DeFi, “Ethereum killers”, yield farming), central bank digital currencies (inc. Stablecoins, Tether) and much much more.

CRE Finance Council Conference

January 9-12, 2022 | USA

Dedicated exclusively to the $5.0 trillion commercial real estate finance industry.Committed to promoting strong & liquid debt markets across platforms.The meeting place for industry professionals.The platform for establishing best practices, industry standards & federal policy.Comprised of 300+ institutional and 17,000+ individual members.

Future of Money 2021

December 8-9, 2021 | USA

The banking sector faces a moment of reckoning. Bitcoin is legal tender in El Salvador and accepted at outlets from Home Depot to Starbucks. Traditional banks face growing competition from specialists, digital challengers and non-bank brands. Branches are a thing of the past. For banking management, this is much more than just a shift in market dynamics. The digitization forces currently at work threaten the very foundations of our finance and economy, creating the need for new modes of banking innovation, monetary policy and financial inclusion. This changing fintech innovation landscape brings new challenges but also offers vast opportunities for corporations and leaders that can stay ahead of developments and adapt to the emerging future of banking.

Spotlight

The Asian banking systems have been hit by several large shocks over the past decade. A financial meltdown in the late 1990s almost crippled the Asian financial intermediation process, leading to a massive loss of output and subsequent efforts by Asian authorities to overhaul the banking system. This was followed by the 2001 global slowdown. The 2007–08 global financial crisis proved to be a huge stress test for the Asian banking system.

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