Banking has been on the road to transformation for a while. While 2020 saw some setbacks, 2021 looks ripe for big moves in areas like digital banking. There’s a renewed focus on digital and mobile user experiences, more personalisation and automation, all fueled by changes accelerated by the pandemic and the challenges this year put in front of the industry. 2020 accelerated digital transformation and proved how important it is to have digital customer touchpoints and great digital experiences.
Get a flavour of the conversations Money20/20 ignites and check out some of the biggest names in banking drop their latest insights shaping the future.
Plug into our podcast, The Moneypot, as PayKey's CEO gives us the lowdown on the new dynamic between financial institutions and tech companies, and how a startup can find a place in the ecosystem.
The fallout of Wirecard has been far-reaching, GAFAM is in finance now, and the pandemic is still a global threat. Watch the conversation we had at MoneyFest with the President of BaFin addressing the way forward for effective regulations in Europe.
Whether you are a bank or a fintech startup, watch the discussion we had at MoneyFest delving into the opportunities to remain competitive in the era diversified digital platforms. Learn how you can survive and thrive in a marketplace economy.
We’ve tapped into the mind of Nick Ogden, Founder & Chief Executive, RTGS Global as part of our online series, Disruptors. Check out our rapid fire interview to discover what makes the industry’s ultimate maverick.
The fintech infrastructure ecosystem has been evolving rapidly in recent years with the industry being spoilt with a smorgasbord of infrastructure providers. Watch the discussion we had at MoneyFest exploring how to turn all the choices into a competitive edge.
Acting Comptroller of the Currency, Brian P. Brooks joined us at MoneyFest to discuss how banking is changing today as a result of the unbundling of financial services and the decentralisation of financial capabilities. Watch the conversation now.