Open Banking Expo is to launch its first event in Toronto in collaboration with Equifax Canada Co. Open Banking: A Canadian Lens will address the opportunities and risks that Open Banking presents should legislative action take place as a result of the consultation Finance Canada completed in January 2019. The half-day event will take place on September 18, 2019 in Toronto’s financial district. It will bring together a C-level audience from the financial services sector, providing them with an unrivalled forum to exchange ideas and insight into their plans, predictions and preparations should Open Banking be implemented in the country.
Join 150+ industry peers at the must-attend banking & fintech event this autumn in Prague Innovations on Banking 4.0. Hearing about innovations, solutions and future challenges in the retail banking industry among key players is what makes IOB 4.0 one of the leading events in Europe.
FinovateFall is returning to Times Square! Join us in New York City September 23-25, for a showcase of fintech solutions, insights that deliver real-world value and meaningful connections to senior financial decision makers. Witness exciting new technologies via Finovate’s signature live 7-minute demos (no slides or canned video allowed!). Following the demos, Finovate’s innovative speakers share success stories and lessons learned to help make those solutions a reality within your own organization.
With digitalisation, the race to serve the customer, the growing role of AI and automated advice all taking centre stage, MoneyLIVE: Lending is your chance to join the conversation and get ahead of the digital revolution. With new products being deployed at speed and challengers offering customers ultra-personalised services, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. Whether you’re a traditional lender, challenger or in alternative finance, make sure your voice is heard on 2 October 2019.
Open Innovation has emerged as one of the most topical subjects in banking today. The current business landscape sees banks caught between an uncertain world economy and growing costs of innovation. They face pressure to reduce costs and introduce innovative products. Open Innovation involves sharing and cooperation between companies. It is set to transform the banking of the future and aims to help the financial sector to fuel innovation through partnerships and collaborations with various start-ups, FinTechs. This unique event will be jointly represented by 15+ leading speakers who are driving this new momentum and it aims to gather about 100 attendees who are looking to stay ahead of the curve.
Join 2,000 retail, banking, gaming and payments professionals this October to connect with your peers, form game-changing partnerships and discover business-enhancing payments technology. Visit the dedicated Payments in Retail conference theatre, in partnership with the IRC team, for focussed insight into the latest innovations in the field. It has never been more important to offer a seamless and frictionless payment experience, so take this opportunity to learn from both leading retailers, through pertinent case studies and specialist payments solution providers.
The banking industry faces growing pressures both from customer expectations and ever-tightening regulations. With the advent of disruptions through the growing prominence of Fintech firms it has never been more important for banks to hit the right balance between digital innovation and security. A platform for discussing and sourcing solutions is offered to these challenges. Placing you face to face with the key decision makers across the banking sector, EBF ensures you can deliver key solutions to the functional and strategic security problems facing the banking industry today.
The Digital Transformation in Banking Summit aims to help the banking sector to learn about the latest case studies in Europe, live rollouts, industry best practices and address some of the most common challenges of implementing Digital Transformation from selecting the right digital platforms, managing the cultural shift, minimizing their costs of implementation, identifying new partners who can support this transformation journey through collaboration with FinTechs.
In October, MoneyLIVE: Nordic Banking will bring together the most innovative minds from across the Nordic region and beyond, to spearhead change in the banking industry. Learn how open banking, digital identities, the personal data economy, digital payments and customer experience are revolutionising the banking landscape.
The financial sector is at the forefront of digital innovation with disruption taking place at every level. New technologies, increasing competition and ever-growing consumer expectations have resulted in a turbulent financial landscape, bringing both challenge and opportunity. The Banking Transformation Summit 2019 brings together key players from across the finance and banking industry. Showcasing the latest innovations, unlocking the potential of new technologies and offering unparalleled networking opportunities.
Real-Time Payments or Faster payments are set to drive the most significant transformation in the global payments landscape since the introduction of today’s electronic payment mechanisms. Join this one of a kind event to meet all the key stakeholders as well as obtain latest insights on Real Time Payments, Federal Reserve Systems Faster Payments initiative for a safe , ubiquitous, faster payments capabilities in the US, latest regulations/ISO20022, deadlines, strategies, investments, challenges, key drivers/benefits, business cases, vendor landscape and much more.
MoneyLIVE Summit is the event for the most senior and innovative leaders across banking, payments and FinTech to network, share ideas and supercharge the digital banking revolution. Across three stages, this year’s MoneyLIVE Summit provides the opportunity to take yourself out of your comfort zone, discover the future of banking and meet face-to-face with 600+ of your peers. They have confirmed 100 speakers from across the world, with innovators from as far afield as the US and Singapore and delegates from at least 80 countries.