11.06.2018-13.06.2018-MoneyConf 2018(RDS ARENA, DUBLIN)

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What is MoneyConf?

 

Every year since 2015, the world’s leading bitcoin, cryptocurrency and fintech experts have gathered at MoneyConf.

MoneyConf is organised by the team behind the world’s largest tech conference, Web Summit. Web Summit has grown to become the “largest technology conference in the world”.

Over two days, 5,000 attendees from over 60 countries will network and learn from the industry’s leading lights. Expect insightful keynotes, hands-on workshops and incredible evening networking.

 

  • Jun 11
    12:00 – 20:00Duration: 8 hours andAway from the stage

    Pre-registration

    We strongly advise that you complete your registration as early as possible to avoid the queues that will start forming on the morning of June 12. With pre-registration, you can register at the venue before MoneyConf starts. Location: RDS, Dublin

  • Jun 1118:30 – 20:00Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutesNight Summit

    Pub Summit

    Who will you have a drink with in Dublin? MoneyConf doesn’t end each day with the final talk on Centre Stage. Far from it. We find that some of the most valuable connections our attendees make are forged after hours. From Monday, June 11, MoneyConf will be taking to Dublin’s streets. Experience the charms of Dublin’s pubs, have a Guinness, maybe hit one of the city’s nightclubs afterwards with a group of our attendees. Pub Crawls kick off in the early evening and run till whenever you decide to call it a night. You might not want the evening to end.

  • Jun 1120:00 – 0:29Duration: 4 hours and 29 minutesNight Summit

    Night Summit

    You weren’t thinking of sleeping, were you? The best of MoneyConf’s legendary networking happens in the streets of Dublin after hours. Night Summit will take over the city from 7.30pm nightly. You may not be familiar with the city now, but you’ll be navigating it like a local by the end of the week.

 

 

  • Jun 12
    9:45 – 10:00Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    Opening remarks

    • Paddy Cosgrave

      Paddy Cosgrave
      CEO, Web Summit

  • Jun 12
    10:00 – 10:25Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    Changing how the world buys

    Square has been one of the hottest stocks in tech, nearly tripling in value over the past year. Their Irish CFO is one of the most influential female tech execs in Silicon Valley and has been instrumental in helping the company beat market expectations at a value of almost $20 billion. We hear from her on how the world of commerce is changing for the better.

    • Sarah Friar

      Sarah Friar
      CFO, Square

    • John Fraher

      John Fraher
      Executive Editor, Bloomberg

  • Jun 1210:25 – 10:40Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    The power of Ethereum

    Ethereum has taken the both the tech and finance worlds by storm as one of the largest public blockchains by value and most innovative platform technologies out there. Rumoured to be the the single-largest holder of its cryptocurrency, Ether, we welcome Ethereum co-founder to give us a first hand genesis of the space, exploring how it can improve the way human society both interacts and transacts.

    • Joseph Lubin

      Joseph Lubin
      Co-Founder of Ethereum, ConsenSys

  • Jun 1210:40 – 11:05Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    Keep your friends close, keep your strategic partners closer

    As one of Europe’s largest and most successful fintechs, TransferWise know a thing or two about negotiating with industry titans. There has been no shortage of buzz around fintech companies and established players collaborating and partnering over the past number of years and we hear from this co-founder and CEO on what it takes to do it right.

    • Kristo Kaarmann

      Kristo Kaarmann
      Co-Founder & CEO, TransferWise

    • Clif Marriott

      Clif Marriott
      Managing Director, Goldman Sachsb

  • Jun 1211:05 – 11:20Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    Lessons learned from behavioural economics

    This insurtech startup is betting big that behavioral economics will give them an edge over established industry players. We hear from their founder and CEO on how they are finding incredible success with this novel approach in an age old industry.

    • Daniel Schreiber

      Daniel Schreiber
      Founder & CEO, Lemonade

  • Jun 1211:20 – 11:50Duration: 30 minutesCentre Stage

    Saying goodbye to passwords and pins

    In 2017 a range of industries were infiltrated in a series of destructive cyber attacks. How prepared is the financial services sector for a similar attack? Increased data protection, the voice economy, AI advancements, IoT and more now a part of the consideration – institutions rushing to build these new systems need to ensure that they are not creating new opportunities for fraudsters, and look beyond passwords and pins as measures of protection. Our panel of experts let us in on what to expect in their place.

    • Vijay Balasubramaniyan

      Vijay Balasubramaniyan
      Founder & CEO, Pindrop

    • June Yee Felix

      June Yee Felix
      President of Verifone Europe, VeriFone

    • Nuno Sebastiao

      Nuno Sebastiao
      CEO, Feedzai

    • David Gilbert

      David Gilbert
      Reporter, VICE News

  • Jun 1211:50 – 12:15Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    Open banking: Power to the people

    One of the most significant financial talking points this year has been the strategic shift towards banking platforms. However, have we really seen this business model develop and is it realistic to expect banking to ever be truly consumer centric? Our expert panel take a look at the much changed face of consumer banking.

    • Anne Boden

      Anne Boden
      CEO, Starling Bank

    • Valentin Stalf

      Valentin Stalf
      Founder & CEO, N26

    • JP Rangaswami

      JP Rangaswami
      CDO, Deutsche Bank

    • Edward Robinson

      Edward Robinson
      Senior Writer, Bloomberg News

  • Jun 1212:15 – 12:30Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    What too much money means for tech

    We live in a time of plentiful capital. Big tech companies valuations are way up, this time with revenue and seemingly intractable moats. At the same time one third of all public companies will perish or be acquired in the next 5 years. How will nerds in a garage starting to build continue to have an impact in the coming years?

    • Garry Tan

      Garry Tan
      Co-founder & Managing Partner, Initialized Capital

  • Jun 1212:30 – 13:00Duration: 30 minutesCentre Stage

    Alternative lending: Surviving the bubble

    With almost $3.5B raised between them, we hear from established leaders of the once tumultuous alternative lending space on how alternative lending is really doing and what it takes to be a long-term player.

    • Kathryn Petralia

      Kathryn Petralia
      Co-Founder & President, Kabbage Inc.

    • John Sun

      John Sun
      Co-Founder, Avant

    • Christoph Rieche

      Christoph Rieche
      CEO, iwoca

    • Helen Joyce

      Helen Joyce
      Financial Editor, The Economist

  • Jun 1213:00 – 13:45Duration: 45 minutesCentre Stage

    Lunch break

  • Jun 1214:00 – 14:25Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    The next step for banking and fintech

    At the end of the day will fintech end up being dominated by a few, large platform players or will we see it continue to be a vibrant space with lots of smaller contenders. Most importantly, where will the incumbents sit in all of this? Our panel of experts take a global look at how the banking space has changed and where it is going next.

    • Reetika Grewal

      Reetika Grewal
      Head of Payments, Silicon Valley Bank

    • Mike Laven

      Mike Laven
      CEO, Currencycloud

    • Claire Calmejane

      Claire Calmejane
      Director of Innovation, Lloyds Bank

    • Oscar Williams-Grut

      Oscar Williams-Grut
      Journalist, Business Insider UK

  • Jun 1214:25 – 14:40Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    Is all fair in music and blockchain?

    Grammy winner Imogen Heap is one of the most prominent music makers to embrace the blockchain. Although this technology remains far from mainstream adoption, it is poised to change the status quo in a wide range of fields. We hear from this grammy winning, independent artist and entrepreneur on how blockchain COULD revolutionise music in relation to financial opportunities and much much more.

    • Imogen Heap

      Imogen Heap
      Music Maker & Founder, Mycelia

  • Jun 1214:40 – 15:00Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

    Money and trust: past, present, and future

    Fraud prevention is undoubtedly the name of the game when your system is responsible for the security of 16,000+ banks, 40 million merchants, and 3 billion consumers. Having reduced Visa’s fraud rate by over two thirds, this leader in payments security shares some insights as to the importance of data in today’s security standards and how we can transform the way people trust the world of finance.

    • Ellen Richey

      Ellen Richey
      Chief Risk Officer, Visa

    • Francesco Guerrera

      Francesco Guerrera
      Head of EMEA, Dow Jones

  • Jun 1215:00 – 15:25Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    Blockchain for good: Transparency in finance

    The value of blockchain goes far beyond bitcoin and that is has the potential to become a new golden standard for all types of transactions. Our panel discuss how blockchain can help reinforce trust in today’s complex and globalised world – giving citizens and financial institutions fresh confidence in the fast moving world of finance.

    • Jalak Jobanputra

      Jalak Jobanputra
      Founding Partner, FuturePerfect Ventures

    • Claire Calmejane

      Claire Calmejane
      Director of Innovation, Lloyds Bank

    • Joanne Hannaford

      Joanne Hannaford
      CTO EMEA, Goldman Sachs

    • Robert Hackett

      Robert Hackett
      Senior Writer, Fortune

  • Jun 1215:25 – 15:50Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    European banking and the year of PSD2

    2018 has brought some significant regulatory changes to European banking with many involved taking a big leap forward. The implementation of MiFID II and PSD2 is changing the legal framework for investment services, electronic payments and more. We welcome three leading perspectives onstage to discuss how this is going to impact the regulatory agenda for years to come.

    • Sébastien de Brouwer

      Sébastien de Brouwer
      Chief Policy Officer, European Banking Federation (EBF)

    • Ruth Wandhofer

      Ruth Wandhofer
      Global Head of Regulatory Strategy, Citigroup

    • Severin Cabannes

      Severin Cabannes
      Deputy CEO, Société Générale

    • Edward Robinson

      Edward Robinson
      Senior Writer, Bloomberg News

  • Jun 1215:50 – 16:15Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    The road to cashless societies: A reality by 2023?

    Convenience is key for consumers today, and cash is becoming less so for many when making purchases. From the perspective of these leading players in modern commerce, we look at the latest developments in the cashless society conversation and discuss what is actually in store in the next 12 months.

    • Promoth Manghat

      Promoth Manghat
      Executive Director, Finablr

    • June Yee Felix

      June Yee Felix
      President of Verifone Europe, VeriFone

    • Hamish McRae

      Hamish McRae
      Chief Economic Commentator, The Independent

  • Jun 1216:15 – 16:40Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    What is next for Bitcoin?

    The fall of bitcoin and the rise of blockchain continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Is bitcoin now just a colourful footnote in the tale of the emergence of a powerful new blockchain technology embraced by banks? Our expert panel shed some light on what’s in store for the controversial cryptocurrency.

    • Max Keiser

      Max Keiser
      Founder, CIO , Heisenberg Capital / Keiser Report

    • Jalak Jobanputra

      Jalak Jobanputra
      Founding Partner, FuturePerfect Ventures

    • Adam White

      Adam White
      VP, Coinbase

    • Ivana Kottasova

      Ivana Kottasova
      Reporter, CNN

  • Jun 139:45 – 10:00Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    Opening remarks

  • Jun 1310:00 – 10:20Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

    How autonomous finance will change the world

    Your future, your money. The way we manage our money is changing and few know this better than the founder and CEO of a $4 billion personal finance company. Hear from an expert, drawing on data from over 75M users, on what is next in creating a more efficient, more fair and more valuable service for all.

    • Kenneth Lin

      Kenneth Lin
      Founder & CEO, Credit Karma

  • Jun 1310:20 – 10:45Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    What are we doing about the 3 billion underbanked?

    Almost three billion people are underserved by the formal financial sector. But emerging technologies are making it easier than ever to change that and to build a financially inclusive world. Mobile phones, the internet, alternative data credit analysis, factoring, payments, and other innovations are combining together to provide high-quality, low-cost financial services to those who need them most. We take an expert look at the underbanked on a truly global scale and ask: what will it really take to provide affordable and accessible financial services to all?

    • Ismail Ahmed

      Ismail Ahmed
      Founder & CEO, WorldRemit

    • Michael Schlein

      Michael Schlein
      President & CEO, Accion

    • Adrienne Klasa

      Adrienne Klasa
      Development Financial Editor, Financial Times

  • Jun 1310:45 – 11:00Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    Tokenisation and tomorrow’s global economy

    The crypto revolution brought along with it the underlying technology of blockchain, allowing for the tokenisation of monetary value. What the concept of tokenisation brings to the financial world is the ability to connect, share and create value globally, without borders, and for free. We learn what it will take to make this vision of an open, inclusive and empowering global economy a reality.

    • Jeremy Allaire

      Jeremy Allaire
      Co-Founder & CEO, Circle

  • Jun 1311:00 – 11:30Duration: 30 minutesCentre Stage

    Blockchain: Understanding a decentralised future

    The token economy and decentralised applications are on the rise, with the opportunity to forever redefine business models stirring up a whole new wave of innovations both within and beyond finance. Our leading panel talk through these opportunities as we look at how blockchain will be revolutionising our world over the next 12 months.

    • Nicolas Cary

      Nicolas Cary
      Co-Founder & President, Blockchain

    • Eric Larchevêque

      Eric Larchevêque
      CEO, Ledger

    • Toby Coppel

      Toby Coppel
      Partner & Co-founder, Mosaic Ventures

    • Joon Ian Wong

      Joon Ian Wong
      Technology Reporter, Quartz

  • Jun 1311:30 – 11:55Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    Insurtech covered: Brokering a 21st century industry

    Insurance is a trillion dollar industry that has been ripe for disruption for years, yet not many entrepreneurs wanted to tackle it. The same cannot be said for our panel as we look at the many ways they’ve utilised a greater implementation of blockchain, artificial intelligence, claims and underwriting intelligence in an effort to revolutionise an age old industry.

    • Yashish Dahiya

      Yashish Dahiya
      Co-Founder & CEO, PolicyBazaar

    • Mark Dowds

      Mark Dowds
      Co-Founder & CSO, Trov

    • Jay Reinemann

      Jay Reinemann
      General Partner, Propel Venture Partners (fka BBVA Ventures)

    • Helen Joyce

      Helen Joyce
      Financial Editor, The Economist

  • Jun 1311:55 – 12:15Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

    The voice of commerce today

    The field of conversational commerce is here and this leader in payments is way ahead of the game. As the world’s most valuable retailer, we hear from an industry titan on how our perception of buying and selling is about to be forever changed.

    • Giulio Montemagno

      Giulio Montemagno
      SVP Europe, Amazon Pay

  • Jun 1312:15 – 12:40Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    The reality of real-time payments in 2018

    Faster payments creates convenience, competition and challenges. As real-time payments schemes roll out worldwide to meet customers’ rising expectations, it’s imperative for providers to get it right at scale.

    • Reetika Grewal

      Reetika Grewal
      Head of Payments, Silicon Valley Bank

    • Jay Reinemann

      Jay Reinemann
      General Partner, Propel Venture Partners (fka BBVA Ventures)

    • Mark Mullen

      Mark Mullen
      CEO, Atom Bank

    • Maria Aspan

      Maria Aspan
      Senior editor, Inc Magazine

  • Jun 1313:10 – 13:55Duration: 45 minutesCentre Stage

    Lunch break

  • Jun 1314:35 – 15:00Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    The end of asset management as we know it?

    Many are calling blockchain a game changer for asset and wealth management, but to what degree? With open banking, ledgers and data all widespread in both application and theory, our panel of experts look at their impact on the future of wealth management and how these tools will transform the way we access and move assets.

    • Joanne Hannaford

      Joanne Hannaford
      CTO EMEA, Goldman Sachs

    • Howard Lindzon

      Howard Lindzon
      General Partner, Social Leverage

    • Yoni Assia

      Yoni Assia
      Co-Founder & CEO, eToro

    • David Bailey

      David Bailey
      CEO, BTC Inc

  • Jun 1315:00 – 15:15Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

    Reducing risk: A global responsibility

    A money transfer giant in the industry for over 150 years, we hear from a truly global leader on the best compliance practices and key methods for mitigating regulatory exposure worldwide.

    • Jacqueline Molnar

      Jacqueline Molnar
      Chief Compliance Officer, Western Union

  • Jun 1315:15 – 15:35Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

    Tomorrow’s internet and the fintech revolution

    Scaling a $9 billion startup as an economic infrastructure for the internet takes significant insights from the tech world and having worked with one of the world’s most successful companies for over 10 years, this COO knows exactly what it takes to grow to this. Not only is Stripe itself transforming the way money moves online, but its fintech users are building entirely new kinds of financial experiences on its platform. Claire Hughes Johnson will shine a light on how technology businesses will emerge as the backbone of the global economy and the kind of infrastructure required to power the next generation of fintech upstarts.

    • Claire Hughes Johnson

      Claire Hughes Johnson
      COO, Stripe

  • Jun 1315:35 – 16:00Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

    Where to bet big in 2018

    As traditional fintech leaders mature, IPO, or partner with traditional banks – how can the next wave of fintech disruptors make their mark in such a competitive marketplace? Our leading panel of expert investors share their insights on what the future holds for the next wave of fintech startups.

    • Edith Yeung

      Edith Yeung
      China, 500 Startups

    • Manuel Silva Martinez

      Manuel Silva Martinez
      Managing Partner, Santander Innoventures

    • Ashley Carroll

      Ashley Carroll
      Partner, Social Capital

    • John Fraher

      John Fraher
      Executive Editor, Bloomberg

  • Jun 1316:05 – 16:25Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

    What does a global bank really look like?

    Recently raising a whopping $250 million less than three years since launching, the first digital challenger back to break even talks to us about how to best serve 1.5 million mobile customers from all over the globe.

    • Nikolay Storonsky

      Nikolay Storonsky
      Founder & CEO, Revolut

    • Tom Stafford

      Tom Stafford
      Managing Partner, DST Global

    • Oscar Williams-Grut

      Oscar Williams-Grut
      Journalist, Business Insider UK

    • Jun 139:00 – 15:00Duration: 6 hours andAway from the stage

      Registration

      Register to get your accreditation at the RDS before MoneyConf starts. Your lanyard and wristband are your passport to MoneyConf, so get there early to pick them up and enjoy the day’s talks.

    • Jun 139:45 – 10:00Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

      Opening remarks

    • Jun 1310:00 – 17:00Duration: 7 hours andAway from the stage

      Partner Workshops

      Curated partner workshops with the world’s biggest brands. To sign up for workshops with our event partners, check out the partner workshop section in the app.

    • Jun 1310:00 – 10:20Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

      How autonomous finance will change the world

      Your future, your money. The way we manage our money is changing and few know this better than the founder and CEO of a $4 billion personal finance company. Hear from an expert, drawing on data from over 75M users, on what is next in creating a more efficient, more fair and more valuable service for all.

      • Kenneth Lin

        Kenneth Lin
        Founder & CEO, Credit Karma

    • Jun 1310:20 – 10:45Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

      What are we doing about the 3 billion underbanked?

      Almost three billion people are underserved by the formal financial sector. But emerging technologies are making it easier than ever to change that and to build a financially inclusive world. Mobile phones, the internet, alternative data credit analysis, factoring, payments, and other innovations are combining together to provide high-quality, low-cost financial services to those who need them most. We take an expert look at the underbanked on a truly global scale and ask: what will it really take to provide affordable and accessible financial services to all?

      • Ismail Ahmed

        Ismail Ahmed
        Founder & CEO, WorldRemit

      • Michael Schlein

        Michael Schlein
        President & CEO, Accion

      • Adrienne Klasa

        Adrienne Klasa
        Development Financial Editor, Financial Times

    • Jun 1310:30 – 16:15Duration: 5 hours and 45 minutesAway from the stage

      Mentor Hours

      Mentor Hours are a series of pre-scheduled, 15-minute meetings between our high-level attendees and startups. Last year more than 1000 startups got access to top speakers, leading investors, influential media and our global partners to get one-on-one advice on starting, growing and scaling a successful business.

    • Jun 1310:45 – 11:00Duration: 15 minuteseXchange

      Opening remarks

      • Bas Wouterse

        Bas Wouterse
        Co-Founder & CTO, Telm

    • Jun 1310:45 – 11:00Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

      Tokenisation and tomorrow’s global economy

      The crypto revolution brought along with it the underlying technology of blockchain, allowing for the tokenisation of monetary value. What the concept of tokenisation brings to the financial world is the ability to connect, share and create value globally, without borders, and for free. We learn what it will take to make this vision of an open, inclusive and empowering global economy a reality.

      • Jeremy Allaire

        Jeremy Allaire
        Co-Founder & CEO, Circle

    • Jun 1311:00 – 11:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Making crypto an everyday currency

      • Julian Hosp

        Julian Hosp
        Co-Founder & President, TenX

    • Jun 1311:00 – 11:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Scaling your platform for optimum growth

      • Rob Frohwein

        Rob Frohwein
        Co-Founder & CEO , Kabbage Inc.

    • Jun 1311:00 – 15:45Duration: 4 hours and 45 minutesAway from the stage

      Roundtables

      Roundtables are collaborative, intimate gatherings of a dozen CEOs and founders of the world’s leading companies, top speakers, exciting startups and influential tech investors.

    • Jun 1311:00 – 11:30Duration: 30 minutesCentre Stage

      Blockchain: Understanding a decentralised future

      The token economy and decentralised applications are on the rise, with the opportunity to forever redefine business models stirring up a whole new wave of innovations both within and beyond finance. Our leading panel talk through these opportunities as we look at how blockchain will be revolutionising our world over the next 12 months.

      • Nicolas Cary

        Nicolas Cary
        Co-Founder & President, Blockchain

      • Eric Larchevêque

        Eric Larchevêque
        CEO, Ledger

      • Toby Coppel

        Toby Coppel
        Partner & Co-founder, Mosaic Ventures

      • Joon Ian Wong

        Joon Ian Wong
        Technology Reporter, Quartz

    • Jun 1311:15 – 11:35Duration: 20 minuteseXchange

      Regulation reimagined: Implications of PSD2

      PSD2 offers increased accessibility and openness in the banking system. Will it be the catalyst for increased innovation by shifting the monopoly on consumer data? Opportunities for those who can master this change through security and compliance solutions are many. In this session Chief Policy Officer with the European Banking Federation, Sébastien de Brouwer will share his expertise on where next for banking regulation.

      • Sébastien de Brouwer

        Sébastien de Brouwer
        Chief Policy Officer, European Banking Federation (EBF)

      • Edward Robinson

        Edward Robinson
        Senior Writer, Bloomberg News

    • Jun 1311:30 – 11:55Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

      Insurtech covered: Brokering a 21st century industry

      Insurance is a trillion dollar industry that has been ripe for disruption for years, yet not many entrepreneurs wanted to tackle it. The same cannot be said for our panel as we look at the many ways they’ve utilised a greater implementation of blockchain, artificial intelligence, claims and underwriting intelligence in an effort to revolutionise an age old industry.

      • Yashish Dahiya

        Yashish Dahiya
        Co-Founder & CEO, PolicyBazaar

      • Mark Dowds

        Mark Dowds
        Co-Founder & CSO, Trov

      • Jay Reinemann

        Jay Reinemann
        General Partner, Propel Venture Partners (fka BBVA Ventures)

      • Helen Joyce

        Helen Joyce
        Financial Editor, The Economist

    • Jun 1311:35 – 11:55Duration: 20 minuteseXchange

      Cashing out: The impact of payment acceptance innovations

      As more and more consumers embrace digital payments banks, retailers and payment companies must continue to leverage secure and convenient features to take advantage of this growing trend. What cutting edge innovations are fuelling this growth, and what will the marketplace look like in the coming months?

      • Reetika Grewal

        Reetika Grewal
        Head of Payments, Silicon Valley Bank

      • Alain Falys

        Alain Falys
        Co-Founder & Chairman, Yoyo Wallet

      • James Hickson

        James Hickson
        CEO, Mash

      • Sarah Kocianski

        Sarah Kocianski
        Principal Research Analyst, 11:FS

    • Jun 1311:55 – 12:15Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

      The voice of commerce today

      The field of conversational commerce is here and this leader in payments is way ahead of the game. As the world’s most valuable retailer, we hear from an industry titan on how our perception of buying and selling is about to be forever changed.

      • Giulio Montemagno

        Giulio Montemagno
        SVP Europe, Amazon Pay

    • Jun 1311:55 – 12:20Duration: 25 minuteseXchange

      Payments as a way to deepen customer relationships

      You probably never thought of Fintech as being a conduit for greater human connection but it is! With Fintech comes the potentiality for greater access to a customer’s data and patterns, allowing businesses to get up close and personal with the individuals they’re doing business with and ultimately provide both sides with the kind of experience that leads to a longer relationship. In this session our experts will discuss how marketplace companies can use payments as a way to deepen their customer relationships for optimal success.

      • Tom Villante

        Tom Villante
        Chairman, CEO, YapStone

      • Michael Rouse

        Michael Rouse
        Chief Commercial Officer, Klarna

      • Sarah Kocianski

        Sarah Kocianski
        Principal Research Analyst, 11:FS

    • Jun 1312:00 – 12:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Non-traditional platforms in a new era of commerce

      • John Anderson

        John Anderson
        Product Management Director, Payments, Facebook

    • Jun 1312:00 – 12:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Digital securities and asset-backed tokens

      • Anthony Pompliano

        Anthony Pompliano
        Partner, Morgan Creek Blockchain Capital

    • Jun 1312:15 – 12:40Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

      The reality of real-time payments in 2018

      Faster payments creates convenience, competition and challenges. As real-time payments schemes roll out worldwide to meet customers’ rising expectations, it’s imperative for providers to get it right at scale.

      • Reetika Grewal

        Reetika Grewal
        Head of Payments, Silicon Valley Bank

      • Jay Reinemann

        Jay Reinemann
        General Partner, Propel Venture Partners (fka BBVA Ventures)

      • Mark Mullen

        Mark Mullen
        CEO, Atom Bank

      • Maria Aspan

        Maria Aspan
        Senior editor, Inc Magazine

    • Jun 1312:20 – 12:40Duration: 20 minuteseXchange

      Mobile Payments: From top ups to transfers, moving money by mobile

      As the mobile app industry sets to turn 10 this year, the potential for businesses and app developers alike has never been greater. There is a projected $101 billion in revenue to be generated by mobile apps by 2021. So, how best to capitalise on these opportunities? Leaders in the field share their unique insights.

      • Mark Roden

        Mark Roden
        Executive Chairman, Ding

      • Catherine Wines

        Catherine Wines
        Co-Founder, WorldRemit

    • Jun 1312:40 – 13:25Duration: 45 minuteseXchange

      Lunch break

    • Jun 1313:10 – 13:55Duration: 45 minutesCentre Stage

      Lunch break

    • Jun 1313:25 – 13:40Duration: 15 minuteseXchange

      Opening remarks

      • Anna Scally

        Anna Scally
        Tax Partner, KPMG

    • Jun 1313:40 – 14:00Duration: 20 minuteseXchange

      Open horizons: Opportunities for cross-border payments

      Technology disruptions, changes in consumer behaviour and the push towards open banking models by regulators are all combining to force changes in the retail, banking and corporate sectors. With these changes come opportunities, naturally. Global leaders in this space delve into the challenges, impacts and potential for cross border payments in the coming year.

      • Daria Rippingale

        Daria Rippingale
        CEO, Billpro

      • Ben Robinson

        Ben Robinson
        Chief Strategy Officer, Temenos

      • Adrienne Klasa

        Adrienne Klasa
        Development Financial Editor, Financial Times

    • Jun 1314:00 – 14:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Insurtech: How to shake up a multi-trillion-dollar industry

      • Mark Dowds

        Mark Dowds
        Co-Founder & CSO, Trov

    • Jun 1314:00 – 14:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Understanding crypto exchanges: Listing, liquidity, and market making

      • Edith Yeung

        Edith Yeung
        China, 500 Startups

    • Jun 1314:00 – 14:25Duration: 25 minuteseXchange

      Blockchain: The key to better payments

      Blockchain technology has the potential help to address challenges involving speed, transparency and costs associated with cross-border payments. As more and more players are looking into the technology we explore the benefits for the payments world.

      • Jalak Jobanputra

        Jalak Jobanputra
        Founding Partner, FuturePerfect Ventures

      • Charlene Chen

        Charlene Chen
        Chief Operating Officer, Bitpesa

      • Joon Ian Wong

        Joon Ian Wong
        Technology Reporter, Quartz

    • Jun 1314:25 – 14:45Duration: 20 minuteseXchange

      Security and financial crime

      With more consumers adopting digital payments the pressure on fintechs to ensure cybersecurity is mounting. What role can securing data play, and what can fintechs do to maximise security as part of their operation?

      • Sandi Mays

        Sandi Mays
        EVP & CIO, Zayo

      • Peter Butterfield

        Peter Butterfield
        Chief Compliance Officer, Flywire

      • Ron Atzmon

        Ron Atzmon
        Managing Director, Au10tix

      • Pat Phelan

        Pat Phelan
        Founder, Trustev

    • Jun 1314:35 – 15:00Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

      The end of asset management as we know it?

      Many are calling blockchain a game changer for asset and wealth management, but to what degree? With open banking, ledgers and data all widespread in both application and theory, our panel of experts look at their impact on the future of wealth management and how these tools will transform the way we access and move assets.

      • Joanne Hannaford

        Joanne Hannaford
        CTO EMEA, Goldman Sachs

      • Howard Lindzon

        Howard Lindzon
        General Partner, Social Leverage

      • Yoni Assia

        Yoni Assia
        Co-Founder & CEO, eToro

      • David Bailey

        David Bailey
        CEO, BTC Inc

    • Jun 1315:00 – 15:45Duration: 45 minutesRoundtables (invite-only) 

      Cultural intelligence is key to growing an international business

      • Tom Villante

        Tom Villante
        Chairman, CEO, YapStone

    • Jun 1315:00 – 15:15Duration: 15 minutesCentre Stage

      Reducing risk: A global responsibility

      A money transfer giant in the industry for over 150 years, we hear from a truly global leader on the best compliance practices and key methods for mitigating regulatory exposure worldwide.

      • Jacqueline Molnar

        Jacqueline Molnar
        Chief Compliance Officer, Western Union

    • Jun 1315:05 – 15:30Duration: 25 minuteseXchange

      The end of high street banking?

      Inspired by disruption and frustrated by legacy obstacles, challenger banks are leveraging new legislations like GDPR, Open Banking and PSD2 to identifying gaps in the banking market, and brining streamlined products and services to the masses. Meanwhile, established players are speeding to catch up, but shedding restrictive legacy systems and creating agile new innovation departments. But will the future spell competition, cooperation or corrosion?

      • Tamaz Georgadze

        Tamaz Georgadze
        Co-Founder & CEO, Raisin

      • Ilya Pisemskiy

        Ilya Pisemskiy
        CFO, Tinkoff Bank

      • Nick Coronges

        Nick Coronges
        CTO, R/GA Media Group Inc.

      • Maria Aspan

        Maria Aspan
        Senior editor, Inc Magazine

    • Jun 1315:15 – 15:35Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

      Tomorrow’s internet and the fintech revolution

      Scaling a $9 billion startup as an economic infrastructure for the internet takes significant insights from the tech world and having worked with one of the world’s most successful companies for over 10 years, this COO knows exactly what it takes to grow to this. Not only is Stripe itself transforming the way money moves online, but its fintech users are building entirely new kinds of financial experiences on its platform. Claire Hughes Johnson will shine a light on how technology businesses will emerge as the backbone of the global economy and the kind of infrastructure required to power the next generation of fintech upstarts.

      • Claire Hughes Johnson

        Claire Hughes Johnson
        COO, Stripe

    • Jun 1315:30 – 15:50Duration: 20 minuteseXchange

      A new era of social commerce

      As more consumers adopt digital wallets and make digital payments, it is no surprise that the number of digital payment platforms on the market has grown exponentially. But as payment platforms are adopted into messaging and social platforms, what opportunities exist to further herald a new era of commerce?

      • John Anderson

        John Anderson
        Product Management Director, Payments, Facebook

      • Helen Joyce

        Helen Joyce
        Financial Editor, The Economist

    • Jun 13
      15:35 – 16:00Duration: 25 minutesCentre Stage

      Where to bet big in 2018

      As traditional fintech leaders mature, IPO, or partner with traditional banks – how can the next wave of fintech disruptors make their mark in such a competitive marketplace? Our leading panel of expert investors share their insights on what the future holds for the next wave of fintech startups.

      • Edith Yeung

        Edith Yeung
        China, 500 Startups

      • Manuel Silva Martinez

        Manuel Silva Martinez
        Managing Partner, Santander Innoventures

      • Ashley Carroll

        Ashley Carroll
        Partner, Social Capital

      • John Fraher

        John Fraher
        Executive Editor, Bloomberg

    • Jun 1316:05 – 16:25Duration: 20 minutesCentre Stage

      What does a global bank really look like?

      Recently raising a whopping $250 million less than three years since launching, the first digital challenger back to break even talks to us about how to best serve 1.5 million mobile customers from all over the globe.

      • Nikolay Storonsky

        Nikolay Storonsky
        Founder & CEO, Revolut

      • Tom Stafford

        Tom Stafford
        Managing Partner, DST Global

      • Oscar Williams-Grut

        Oscar Williams-Grut
        Journalist, Business Insider UK

    • Jun 1317:00 – 19:00Duration: 2 hours andNight Summit

      Happy Hour

      Unwind after the last day of talks at our official happy hour.

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