Live events are back (well, sort of), and we’re so ready to meet our fellow digital banking enthusiasts in person again! Here’s a list of industry conferences that we’re definitely (or definitely maybe) marking in our calendars and we advise you to do the same. Want to grab coffee with us or just say hello? Drop a line to Tamás Braun at [email protected]

 

Money20/20 Europe 2021

“Fintech, let’s get back to business,” reads Money20/20 Europe 2021’s motto, and we couldn’t agree more. Europe’s biggest fintech show is kicking off in less than three weeks with a heavy-hitter line-up of speakers from Curve, Société Générale, Temenos, Accenture, N26, BBVA and many, many more. Discussions will zoom in on how to create products with impact, aka real-life customers and problems in mind. 

When: 21-23 September, 2021

Where: Europaplein 2-22, 1078 GZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Who’s going: Tamás Braun, József Nyíri

 

4th World Digital Banking Summit

Open banking strategy, AI applications, cashless societies, seamless customer experiences, digital-only banking: this year’s summit is shaping up to be an unmissable one. If you’re keen to keep up with all things fintech innovation, that is. Join the two-day event to hear industry experts weigh in on customer needs, wants and behaviours, the death of physical banking, change management, emerging technologies and more. 

When: 4-5 November, 2021

Where: Berlin, Germany

Who’s going: József Nyíri

 

FinovateFall 2021

For three days this September, New York is turning into the concrete jungle where fintech dreams are made of. FinovateFall promises a jamboree of fintech demos, expert panels and networking. Confirmed speakers hail from all walks of financial services, including PayPal, JPMorgan Chase, Forrester, Backbase, Stripe and Wells Fargo. Plus, there will be some 50 product demos from seed-stage startups, industry veterans and everything in between. 

When: 13-15 September 2021

Where: The Marriott Marquis Times Square, New York, NY, US

 

Web Summit

A meeting place for banks, tech firms and fintech startups, MoneyConf takes a closer look at how tech is changing the fibre of one of the world’s oldest industries. This year, it will do so through a bevy of inspiring on-stage talks, panel discussions, Q&As, roundtables and masterclasses on the crypto and NFT market, open banking’s potential, what’s next in saving, spending and lending, and where we are on our journey towards a cashless future.

When: 1-4 November 2021

Where: Altice Arena and FIL, Rossio dos Olivais, 1990-231 Lisbon, Portugal

 

Paris Fin & Tech Forum

The Davos of digital finance offers thematic streams throughout the year on all things fintech, from open banking to sustainable finance. The two-day autumn edition will feature some 70 speakers and 40 pitches, plus two dedicated sessions where industry leaders will discuss the latest in payments and embedded finance. Added bonus: speed meetings, one-on-one video calls and the Paris Fintech Night for your networking pleasure. 

When: 12-13 October 2021

 

MoneyLIVE Autumn Festival

MoneyLIVE goes hybrid this year, stretching over a series of virtual broadcasts starting in October and a meetup in November. Either way, you’ll have a chance to catch up with some of the biggest brains from the global banking and payments community. Headliners include World Bank’s Vyjayanti Desai, NatWest’s Marion King, Barclays’s Matt Hammerstein, Santander’s Peter Sjöberg, Société Générale’s Claire Calmejane and more.

When: October-November 2021

Where: London, UK

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