Now in its second year, Future Money 2015 will be a two day conference looking at the connected world of banking, commerce and society. Encompassing three main themes – Connections, Society and Startups - Future Money 2015 aims to lead the debate and discussion around the evolution of the FinTech space, the impact of the digital revolution and how we, as a society, will deal with money in the future.
Connections, in the morning of Day 1, will examine the culture shift at banks as they strive to remain relevant and innovative, the growing importance of the blockchain, as well as the changing face of identity, social networks and cool tech. Society, in the afternoon of Day 1 will examine financial innovation from the eyes of the consumer – the new normal in retail payments and commerce, the rise of the sharing economy, financial inclusion and literacy and a look at how we will view money in 30/30. On Day 2, Future Money brings you Startups, where we will delve into the rise of digital investments at banks, as well as hold workshops on a beginners guide to banking regulations and ‘how to sell into a bank’ for startups.
Day 2 lead Future Money to hand over to our partners at Innotribe as they kick off the London branch of their global startup challenge.
Morning of Day 1 is ‘Connections’. In Connections we will discuss:
- The innovation drive at banks – connected objects, big data, open source and social networks
- Blockchain and beyond – Transferring value in a frictionless world
- Social, wearables and the future of a tech driven financial services
- Identity, privacy and the new age of cyber
The afternoon of Day 1 is ‘Society’
- Retail payments – loyalty, iBeacons, Mobile money and mPos
- The sharing economy and the mainstreaming of ‘alt’ finance (P2P, Uber, AirBnB etc…)
- Financial inclusion and the myth of the underbanked
- Money 30/30 – Where we are going will we need banks or money?
The morning of Day 2 – ‘Startups’
- Digital investment and ‘looking outside the bank’ for agility and enhancements
- A beginners guide to the global banking regulatory environment … for startups or How to sell into banks – the workshop