Banking 4.0 – 2019 edition has experienced some exciting growth. Speakers from 19 countries are coming in Bucharest to analize the emerging technologies that will change the banking in the coming years, both in terms of business models and ways of interacting with clients.
At the event are expected 45+ experts from Canada, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, U.S.
Join us for new, incredible keynote content and track themes — covering topics from AI, biometrics, blockchain, cloud computing, instant payments, machine learning, robotic process automation to driving growth, PSD2 – SCA compliance, APIs & open banking, fraud & security, new business models, fintech insights and so much more.
For this year, the organizers come with an incredible line of international speakers like Brett King – voted the world’s #1 financial services influencers, nominated as one of the top 10 „coolest brands in banking”, Chris Skinner – „most influential fintech advisor, best fintech keynote speaker and fintech author of the year in 2019”, and Adolfo Laurenti – the European Principal Economist of Visa Inc, to name just a few of them.
Also, important authorities and industry associations will take part in the event, like the European Banking Authority, ETPPA – the European Third Party Providers Association or EMVCo – the profesional body that facilitates worldwide interoperability and acceptance of secure payment transactions.
Download the digital agenda for a full preview of what Banking 4.0 has to offer for you and your business. Then get your ticket before this Thursday, October 31 to catch our final early bird (15% off) savings.
„Though Libra has met with fierce resistance from central banks and supervisory authorities and might never see the light of day, in many other cases tech firms (both start-ups and established big players) have successfully captured bits and pieces of universal banks’ traditional value chain. This trend may only intensify in the coming years. In this environment, European banks remain squeezed.”