HONG KONG, JULY 9-12, 2018

"In 20 years we’ll be carrying around these wonderful little computers where you can pay anybody, anywhere in the world, using Bitcoin"

Gavin Andresen, Chief Scientist, Bitcoin Foundation

MoneyConf is a fintech conference like no other. It's where the world's leading banks, tech firms and disruptive startups meet. Industry decision makers and startups looking to transform the market will connect to discuss the future of finance.

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Our 2017 speakers

We're now in the experience era of banking Brett King, CEO, Moven

There are very few people who really understand what’s going on in this world, and understand how you transact Yoni Assia, Founder, eToro

We looked to the future and technology is the defining factor Carlos Torres, CEO, BBVA

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What's happening?

Will we still be carrying cash in three years' time? The founders and CEOs of the world's most innovative fintech startups will join decision makers from major traditional banks to explore the future of buying and selling.


A dedicated track hitting all the most important questions in 21st century banking. Learn how people and businesses will interact with their local branch in ten years’ time.


How is banking infrastructure evolving?
Faster settlement times and enhanced payment security: How fast is too fast?
Are third-party tech firms killing the retail banking sector?
How do you keep regulation up to date when incorporating technological innovations?
How can banking firms better manage the relationship between employees and intelligent machines?


Shopping is changing faster than ever before thanks to omni-channel experiences, digital marketplaces and rich contextual data. Find out where e-commerce is headed next in this track.


How can the chicken-and-egg situation regarding merchant adoption of mobile POS be resolved?
How big a threat are contextual commerce transactions to more traditional online retailers?
How can a small online retailer stand out?</p<

Credit and lending

Traditional lenders are at risk of disintermediation by alternative platforms. Hear from the leading lights working to reshape credit and lending as we know it.


What are the biggest changes facing the industry and how are traditional banks adapting?
Will we see more collaboration between alternative lenders and banks or fiercer competition?
What will the lending space look like in five years’ time?

Payments and transfers

The way in which payments are made within and beyond borders is changing dramatically. This track will hear from those at the cutting edge of this transformation.


What does the shift of money transfer and payments towards mobile mean for traditional financial service providers?
How will this payments landscape change over the next 24 months?


Fraud and other cybercrime is one of the largest areas of concern for the financial services industry due to the huge reputational damage incurred and the potential for significant financial penalties. Learn from the world’s leading fraud prevention and identity experts in this track.


IoT: How do you protect against threats when every device in your company is connected?
Threat intelligence versus risk: How much cybersecurity is enough?
Can you use cybersecurity to generate business value?
When will biometrics go mainstream?
What does the future hold for digital identification?

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