The banking sector faces a moment of reckoning. Bitcoin is legal tender in El Salvador and accepted at outlets from Home Depot to Starbucks. Traditional banks face growing competition from specialists, digital challengers and non-bank brands. Branches are a thing of the past.
For banking management, this is much more than just a shift in market dynamics. The digitization forces currently at work threaten the very foundations of our finance and economy, creating the need for new modes of banking innovation, monetary policy and financial inclusion.
This changing fintech innovation landscape brings new challenges but also offers vast opportunities for corporations and leaders that can stay ahead of developments and adapt to the emerging future of banking.
You can find out how to be one of those leaders at Reuters Events’ Future of Money 2021 webinar series and virtual conference, on December 8 and 9.
Building on Reuters’ world-leading expertise in delivering fintech news and opinion, Future of Money 2021 will bring together the world’s most innovative thinkers in finance, fintech, payments innovation and banking technology across five major themes:
As well as the conference itself, Future of Money 2021 will feature a webinar series covering banking transformation, payments, technology and digital assets.
Future of Money 2021 will bring together the banking sector’s most innovative thinkers, including Bunq CEO Ali Niknam, Riskbank head of policy and analysis Gabriela Guibourg, Brex CEO Henrique Dubugras, JP Morgan head of fintech Jeremy Balkin and US Bank vice chair Tim Welsh.
Join more than 3,000 attendees discovering the future of finance by registering now, for free, following this link.
Head of Policy and Analysis, Riksbank
Head of Fintech, JP Morgan
Vice Chair, US Bank
Director Fintech, Bank of England
Chair, Financial Stability Institute, Bank for International Settlements
Executive Director RegTech Data & AI, IBM