David Brear, Jason Bates, Chris Skinner, Simon Taylor, Anna Irrera (WSJ), Sophie Guibaud (Fidor)
Join this session and get your burning questions answered live by our panel of experts.
Among the questions they'll be answering will be:
-Will the Brexit kill London's FinTech scene?
-Which other cities are prime for becoming FinTech hubs with the new change?
-What will happen to the newly formed Regulatory Sandbox?
-Banks will now have other things to worry about and may slow down on innovation -- is this a good or bad thing?
-How are VCs reacting to the change? Will there be major impacts on the access to capital?
-Will the payments and money transfer industry take a bigger hit seeing as a lot of money goes from the UK to the third world?
David Brear (TDG), Kathryn Petralia (Kabbage), Sophie Guibaud (Fidor), Shaun Ledgerwood (Niu), Richard Sunman (Nostrum)
The lending industry has definitely been disrupted, with P2P lending leading the way. But with recent developments and incumbent organisations trying to play catch up, will Fintech be the main or alternative solution for the lending industry?
In this panel, we will discuss:
-Why consumers are choosing fintech lending platforms over more traditional ones
-What are some of the benefits that banks still offer in this space?
-What does the lending environment look like in 2016?
-What are some of the things new fintech companies can do to become the main lending solution?
David Brear (Think Different), Chris Gledhill (CEO, Secco Bank), Eugene Danilkis (CEO, Mambu), Paul Rippon (Deputy CEO,Mondo)
There is much debate on fintech startups disrupting the traditional banking sector. What gives fintech companies the edge over traditional banks and how can they focus their business to do more of it? Join our panelists as they discuss the technology and processes that set fintech startups apart and how these companies can add value to the traditional/challenger banking ecosystem.
Bringing together the brightest minds in banking and FinTech
The team from 11FS will bring together the brightest minds in banking and FinTech to discuss the burning issues of the day. FinTech Insider explores the rapid tech disruption of financial services, both in the change to experience driven models and the new opportunities created by new technologies and working practices. With £20bn invested over the last 5 years FinTech is hot and we will bring the inside scoop and who is doing what and where from the heart of FinTech in London.