2016 Media Summary


2016 Media Summary

​Money20/20 Europe's launch event in Copenhagen this April has become the place where European industry leaders gather to share groundbreaking news. With more than 115+ Company Announcements made at 2016’s event, we attracted over 150 Industry, Mainstream and Tech Journalists, Broadcasters and Analysts to cover the event, producing 200+ original articles.

2016 Money20/20 Onsite Media Included:

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2016 Money20/20 Articles:

Business Insider

3,000 bankers, techies, and investors held a summit in Europe this week — here's what everyone was talking about

I’ve just got back from the first ever Money2020 Europe conference in Copenhagen. The event is making a play to be the leading… Read more

FINTECH BRIEFING: Money20/20 Europe round up — Bitcoin app gets UK licence —Australian banks face disruption

MONEY20/20 EUROPE: BI Intelligence attended Money20/20 Europe in Copenhagen this week. Here's a roundup of the top themes and announcements from the event… Read more

MasterCard UK CEO: Cash will soon be as old-fashioned 'as carrying a pouch full of gold

Barnett told Business Insider at the Money2020 conference in Copenhagen last week: "By the time we get to another generation, 30 years down the track, will there be any cash? I very much doubt it. The idea of carrying coins - 2p, 1p, 50p all cluttering up your pocket - it will be an anachronism. Read more


Video: ‘The future of blockchain’

Blockchain has huge potential for making clearing and processing of commodities and stock trades cheaper, says Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock, at Money 20/20.

Video: ‘Using gold for global payments’

Roy Sebag, co-founder of Bitgold, is competing with PayPal by using gold instead of cash to settle payment transactions, he said at Money 20/20 Europe.

Video: ‘ECB’s last move wasn’t a sustainable one: ING CEO’

ING CEO, Ralph Hamers tells CNBC at Money 20/20 why the latest monetary policy move by the European Central Bank went too far, and how it impacts banks and consumers.


The Financial Times: “Santander UK teams up with Kabbage to offer fast loans to SMEs”

The move comes amid increasing competition from peer-to-peer lenders as small and medium enterprises look for ways to gain a loan quickly. The bank will launch the service on Monday at the Money 2020 conference in Copenhagen.



Klarna and Modo announce a new strategic partnership at Money20/20 Europe

Unicorn eCommerce startup Klarna and digital payments startup Modo announced a new strategic partnership this morning at Money20/20 Europe. Read More

The Guardian

Are fintechs helping banks evolve – or planning a revolution?

Delegates at the recent Money2020 Europe conference in Copenhagen are under no illusions that the financial sector is rapidly changing. Recently, there’s been an explosion of new… Read more



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