Major fintech events scheduled for this summer will take place online!
Summer 2020 offers lots of opportunities to share and learn the fintech industry updates online. It’s especially interesting now, as the world reshapes its economies to fit the new realities of pandemic restrictions.
10 best online fintech events to join this summer
2 June, The Global Investor Conference from LINQTO
The event will focus on female-founded and female-led companies thriving amid COVID-19.
Alongside presentations from 16 prospective companies, VC experts and entrepreneurs will be discussing current trends and advice for investors and startups during the pandemic.
The expert panel will be discussing “why women leaders are outperforming during the crisis.” The panelists include Alexandra Choli (Founding Partner at Metavallon VC), Mary Jo Potter (Founder of Healthcare Angels), and Victoria Pettibone (Managing Director at Astia Angels).
The ticket cost is $199, but the Fintech Weekly offers a GIC2 code for free admission.
This free webinar will bring together delegates from different industries like retail, e-commerce, education, and healthcare along with global & regional payment networks, merchant processors and acquirers, mobile payment providers and the payments industry’s suppliers & integrators.
In partnership with BBVA, Barclays and others, the webinar will feature 10+ industry experts, over 8 digital sessions and engaging virtual panel discussions joined by more than 200 key decision-makers from various global and regional institutions and organizations. The main aim is to discuss the challenges and explore best-practices to optimize the contactless payment solutions for a cashless society.
The summit will consist of interesting web panel discussions, exclusive live fireside chats, and engaging digital industry presentations. The attendees include the industry’s top-level executives and senior officials. Solution and service providers will get networking opportunities with the industry’s top decision-makers via digital exhibition, public live chats and private one-on-one video chats.
The crucial topics include the importance of contactless payments in the post-COVID-19 world, biometrics, evolution of the wearables technology, branchless banking, and so on.
In this free webinar presented by EPAM and the EIS Group, EPAM’s Steve Lipinski, Managing Principal of Insurance Business Consulting, will join several other financial insurance experts to discuss how insurtech can implement new, innovative services for customers. In particular, the attendees will find out how to remove the risk from integrating new systems, how to do it at speed, and how this will enhance the organization’s ability to engage with customers.
10 June, FinTECH Talents Virtual Spring
This free-to-attend Virtual-First Festival features 5,000 Online attendees, 15 Content sessions, 30 speakers, live-streamed & pre-recorded sessions.
The agenda will be filled with keynotes on innovation and technology, panels dedicated to the Future of Work and Open Finance, a debate on the nature of innovation at incumbent banks, and a look at how the financial sector is responding to the Coronavirus. All discussions aim to define the future of Fintech within the next decade.
The “post-game” sessions – hosted by a community of industry thought leaders – will allow the delegates to interact with each other and discuss their insights. Networking rooms will be established to allow you to meet and connect with fellow delegates. Exhibit booths, dotted around FTT Virtual/Spring, will enable attendees to discover new offerings, whereas service providers can engage in one-on-one meetings.
16 June – 18 June, RegTech Summit Virtual
The free event starts with the FRTB Briefing to offer guidance, advice, and expertise to help tackle the challenges and pain points around implementing the FRTB regulation and will provide a great opportunity to get up to speed on milestones and priorities for banks in 2020.
Two next days will be dedicated to how global regulators around the world are realigning their priorities and rapidly shifting their strategies to support institutions as COVID-19 continues to cause unprecedented economic and market disruption.
18 June – 19 June, BlockDown 2020
The No.1 global 3D Virtual Blockchain Conference with live translations to Chinese, Turkish, and Spanish offers an interactive experience for £0-£54.50 per ticket.
Over 17 prominent speakers have already joined the panel to discuss crypto investments, the social impact of blockchain technology, blockchain in gaming and trading industries, DeFi, security and privacy, enterprise blockchain trends 2020, and so forth.
Every keynote speaker will have illustrated infographics drawn as a shareable takeaway for participants.
Participants will get access to live Q&As and live AMAs, experience personalized replies, and enhanced networking opportunities with the use of premium tools including virtual exhibition booths and 3D conferencing. You can also discuss keynotes and own projects in virtual chat “rooms” using personalized avatars.
26 June, COVID-19 Impact – Future of Payments
The webinar from Intelignis (a global events company committed to helping businesses make intelligent decisions) aims to deliver critical insights from the industry’s most innovative organizations so that all listeners can successfully adjust their disrupted long-term operating models and define the post-COVID19 future.
The registration costs €60 for end-users, €90 for solution providers, and 0 for non-profit and government representatives.
15+ speakers will discuss PSD2- Open Banking, API Standards, Strategy, and Regulations, payment gateways for an omnichannel experience, a rising threat of Risk and Fraud – Making Security and Authentication, the emergence of real-time payments, and influence of COVID-19 on digital wallets and currencies.
Those who choose to participate as sponsors get additional access to 1:1 meetings, virtual exhibition booths, dedicated speaking slots, branding, etc.
30 June – 2 July, MoneyLIVE: Digital Banking
This event lets you view live-stream talks from 50+ speakers who have rewritten the rules of banking innovation. From open finance and mobile payments to data-driven CX and digital currencies, stay up-to-date with the newest voices in banking with a whole day dedicated to FinTech, featuring discussions on growth strategies with VCs and founders.
The ticket prices differ depending on your role in the fintech world and the type of event access you are willing to get. While availing yourself of content is free, brand presence in the online hub may cost you ￡3,000. Networking option with access to the AI-driven matchmaking and networking app – powered by Grip is somewhere in-between with the ￡495 price.
4 August – 6 August, Venture Summit – Virtual Connect Global
This engaging and immersive live interactive virtual summit providing startups with the opportunity to gain the visibility they need and investors access to vetted deal flow.
The event has gathered leading VCs, Corp VCs, Angel Investors, and over 100 Top Innovators for One-on-One (zoom) investor meetings, and 2 days of content including timely panel discussions, workshops, and inspiring keynotes.
The tickets for startup-founders and their staff range from $59 to $396. Investors can register for $129 – $496, while general attendees can join the summit by paying from $229 to $696.
18 August – 21 August, MoneyNext Summit Online
Those who get their free tickets to this online event will be able to enjoy 30+ hours of exceptional debates among over 180 speakers on the latest industry trends and future innovations.
Spotlight themes include Banking Transformation, Payments and Transfers, Blockchain, Open Banking, Lending and Finance, Insurtech, and Security.
Participants will find out what trends are likely to shape the future Fintech landscape, whether digital currencies have a viable future, how traditional financial institutions can evolve successfully, and many more.