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Fintech Week London Lines Up Leading Industry Voices for Event

The premier conference for the financial technology sector, Fintech Week London, will take place on June 19–20, and the organizers have already confirmed a stellar roster of speakers. The futuristic two-day gathering will be held in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The annual conference is held in London, a major centre for the financial technology and services industries worldwide.

A rich lineup of speakers

Embedded Finance, ESG, Crypto, Metaverse, Insurtech, Data Risk and Fraud, Trending in Fintech, and Fintech for Good will take centre stage through talks by keynote speakers and panel discussions. This year’s event has already unveiled its first group of exciting, world-class thought leaders from a wide spectrum of leading companies and firms, and they are:

Deputy Mayor of London for Business Rajesh Agrawal; Tom Bentley, NatWest Mettle; Joel Blake, OBE, GFA Exchange; Simon Boonen, ING; Charlotte Crosswell, CFIT; Craig Fox, Silicon Valley Bank; Andrew Griffith, MP; Matthew Long, of UK’s Financial Conduct Authority; Silvia Mensdorff-Pouilly, Financial Innovation Service; Betsy Samuel, Thredd; Louise Smith, Innovate Finance; Sabine VanderLinden, Alchemy Crew

Fintech Week London: A holistic look at the global economy

Organisers are inviting anyone interested in the financial technology sector should make it a point to attend Fintech Week London. This year’s conference will be based on the theme “From Flux to Flow: Evolving the future of finance,” focusing on how fintech may respond to a difficult year marked by funding challenges, personnel shortages, and wider geopolitical tensions and conflicts. 

Fintech Week London will not only address pressing industry concerns but also highlight other current issues currently impacting or influencing the financial industry. Some of these may include Embedded financial solutions, the positive impact of fintech, and the rising use of cryptocurrencies. The organisers say that they are confident that the forthcoming conference will have a transformative impact on industry professionals.

Discussion and networking are cornerstones of Fintech Week London, and attendees can look forward to enriching engagements. In line with this, the lineup of speakers at this year’s event promises to provide invaluable new insights. Participants of this year’s conference can expect to participate in high-stakes debates and network with companies and individuals that are at the forefront of finding solutions to the most pressing problems in the fintech and financial services industries.

Following the conclusion of the two-day conference, the rest of the week will be filled with interesting and thought-provoking events and presentations. That will begin with the Fintech Awards London ceremony on Wednesday and continue through Friday. Tickets for Fintech Week London are already out and available for booking.