Conferences, exhibitions, workshops, hackathons, meet-ups and of course . . parties will dominate Fintech Week in London in mid-July.
The main conference/exhibition takes place at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, but other events take place across the City of London, Canary Wharf and “Tech City.”
The organizers of the fourth annual Fintech Week expect 600-1,000 conference delegates per day from over 50 countries and 3,000 – 5,000 participants in events throughout the week.
There are several tickets options such as tickets for specific events or you can purchase a full event pass and come and go as you please.
There will also be a huge, the largest ever, hackathon July 7th to July 9th. The Blockchain challenge is to come up with a unique ICO (initial coin offering). It’s a bold challenge, but potentially highly rewarding. The Fintech Challenge will be announced soon.
Among major speakers:
Eileen Burbidge, British Treasury’s Special Envoy for FinTech & Partner at Passion Capital
Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor, Business, City of London
Nick Cook, Head of Data and Information Operations, Financial Conduct Authority
Raman Bhatia, Head of Digital, UK and Europe, HSBC Retail Banking and Wealth Management
Alexa Fernandez, Fintech Partnerships, BBVA
Yang Sun, Director, Business Development of Alibaba Cloud (Europe), Alibaba Group
The First Day (Jul 10) Agenda will feature:
What’s New in Payments & Value Transfer
Money, Value & The Unbanked: Is Technology Making a Difference
The International Payments Ecosystem: What are the similarities and differences?
The Future of Money: What’s Just Beyond The Horizon?
The Earlybird Full Conference Pass is £1,149 with £229.80 VAT for total of £1,378.
The Full Conference Pass is £1,800 with £360 VAT for a total of £2,160.