Fintech Talents Festival will take place on the 14th – 15th November at The Brewery, London
On the back of a record year for the 2021 Fintech Talents Festival, the festival is back next month for its fourth edition, and ready to take the industry by storm. Running over two-days, the event will provide the ultimate festival experience, allowing 2,000+ attendees the chance to connect with C-level executives and founders, as well as innovation and digital transformation leaders, from across the fintech and financial services industry in the UK and Europe.
The content coverage has expanded for 2022. Alongside the Fintech Talents, Open Finance and Embedded Finance stages, new to the festival for this year, is FTT Defi Stage. Again, co-located with the festival is Future Identity. Newly co-located for 2022 is FTT Building Societies, which means that the UK (and beyond) mutual sector and community focused financial organisations will now be firmly part of the Fintech Talents community.
Amongst the 400+ confirmed speakers are: Jack Cutts, CIO, BNP Paribas Personal Finance UK; Julie Ashmore, Chief Executive Officer, Rapid Cash at Natwest; Craig Hartnett, Senior Manager, Financial Services & Monetisation, eBay; Paul Norgrove, CEO, Serve and Protect Credit Union; Aaron Brooks, CEO, vamp; Nick Bennet, Chief Technology and Operations Officer, Castle Trust Bank; Lee Taylor, Chief Financial Officer, OnlyFans; Colin Fyfe, CEO, Hinckley & Rugby Building Society; Alexandra Rico-Lloyd, Founder, Bike Club; Sharon Miles, Chief Operating Officer, Chip; Leanne Bridges, Chief Product Owner and Head of Intelligence Control, Nationwide Building Society and more.
The festival floor will also host 85+ exhibitors from the likes of IBM, Zumo Enterprise, SAP Fioneer, Google Cloud, Finastra and Marqeta showcasing the latest trends and technology in the industry.
Other key highlights include the experiences; craft beer sampling sessions, matchmaking meetings, live DJ sets, Rise, created by Barclays: Fintech Mentorship Series, cocktails, coffee and the Fintech Marketing Hub sessions.
Victor Cruz, CEO, VC Innovations, said: “We are absolutely delighted to bring our community back together for what’s going to be the biggest and best edition of the festival so far. Great content is reinforced by a fantastic speaker faculty. The sheer breadth of the festival content is reflected in the line-up of experts already confirmed. The number of financial institutions, from small credit unions right through to the established players (and everything in between) represented is impressive. You’ve got to make sure you’re there!”
For more information on getting involved in this year’s Fintech Talents Festival click here. All registrations made before Monday 31st October will benefit from saving £200 on the final early bird rate.
There are also a limited number of complimentary passes available for qualifying companies including banks, insurance companies, building societies, credit unions, retail, e-commerce, crypto exchanges, freelancing, and social platforms, and gaming business that are on the lookout for technology partners. Apply here.
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- Aaron Brooks
- Alexandra Rico-Lloyd
- Bike Club
- BNP Paribas Personal Finance
- Castle Trust Bank
- Colin Fyfe
- Craig Hartnett
- Fintech Marketing Hub
- Google Cloud
- Hinckley & Rugby Building Society
- Jack Cutts
- Julie Ashmore
- Leanne Bridges
- Lee Taylor
- Nationwide Building Society
- Nick Bennet
- Paul Norgrove
- SAP Fioneer
- Sharon Miles
- VC Innovations
- Victor Cruz
- Zumo Enterprise