The place where global fintech communities do business is back. Get ready to connect with fintech’s boldest and brightest voices to delve into the challenges of right now and shape together what comes next for the money ecosystem in Europe and beyond.
This year we'll stop at nothing to level the playing field and offer you the connections, tools, knowledge and access to the innovations shaping the future of money.
In 2022 we brought together fintech's biggest and brightest stars for 3 days that shook the industry. Full of boundary-pushing insights, legendary keynotes, GOAT's and unrivaled high energy, Money20/20 had over 7500+ attendees.
From global leaders to new challengers and from tech giants to the fastest-growing startups, we catalyse change through the collision of people, ideas and strategies.
Here you access essential knowledge, trends, expert insights, new ideas and make the connections to prepare for what’s coming next in the money ecosystem.
Are you itching to share some OMG worthy content and be part of the hottest conversations taking over the fintech ecosystem? Call for Content 2023 is now open and closes Friday 9th December. Don't wait around as there will be no extensions to this call.
Take a look at the Call for Content themes for 2023 and download the brochure to find out more about how to apply and what it means to be a speaker at Money20/20.
Check out the range of leading names, including HSBC, Morgan Stanley, UBS, TD Bank, ABN Amro, ING, Barclays, JP Morgan and Citi who attended this years show.
Here is where you collide with leading brands and rub shoulders with the greats from across a range of Fintech communities from every corner of the world.
This is not your average branding exercise. This is your chance to be part of fintech’s beating heart. Being part of the show doesn’t just guarantee you exposure, connections and growth, it makes you an integral part of the frontiers of fintech. This is your unfair advantage.
"Money20/20 gives you the unique opportunity to connect with companies and people that you usually would not see, all in one place."