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Return to Growth: Preparing for the Roaring '20s

June 7 - 11, 2021

Each year, Fintech Generations gathers the fintech and insurtech industries' top leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs from around the world to discuss pressing topics and facilitate strategic networking among our 1,000+ attendees. This isn't a static webinar - expect high engagementpowerful networking, and impactful business development.

2020 HIGHLIGHTS

Challenging the Status Quo with Blockchain

with Mike Cageny, Figure

Leadership in Times of Crisis

with General Ray Odierno, JPMorgan Chase

Customer First Journey for Insurtechs Panel

2021 SCHEDULE

Monday, June 7 | Changes in the Financial Industry

 

- Data + Consumer Privacy Legislation Panel

- Digital v. Traditional Banking Panel

- Women Leading in Banking Panel

Operational Efficiencies Resulting from Nearshoring and Offshoring Strategies

RevTech Labs Demo Day

Tuesday, June 8 | Synergy + Partnership 

- Synergistic Digital Banking Migration Fueled by Partnerships

- Company Consolidations Panel

- Startups Partnering with Large Institutions Panel

- A Case Study: From Startup to Exit

Hiring Right: Getting the Right People to Help You Grow and Scale

Enabling Innovation & Collaboration Panel

Wednesday, June 9 | Social Impact + Change

- Understanding the Underbanked Panel 

- Growing Diverse Investment for StartUps Panel

- Young Adult Financial Health + Education Panel

Craig Jamal Lewis Fireside Chat

Thursday, June 10 | Disruption + Innovation 

- Central Bank Digital Currencies Panel 

- Disrupting Home Lending Panel

- Alternatives to FICO Scores Panel

- Power to the People Panel

Differentiating Your Brand for the Digital Era

Friday, June 11 | Transforming the Insurance Industry

 

- Automation of Claims Panel 

- AI & Ethics in Insurance Panel 

- Fireside Chat with Innovative Insurtechs

Better Mortgage Fireside Chat

*Check back as session schedule finalizes & speakers announcements are made

TESTIMONIALS

I've been to a million conferences and it's hard to pull one off online - the production quality was actually quite good (fading in and out of sessions

speaker backgrounds, moderating appearing before and after sessions, etc.). Almost more impressive was the networking component with the bios, meet-ups, and facilitated video conferences. Really top quality.

GABE ESPARZA / RAPIDSOS

Fintech Generations was the best one I've ever attended and I credit that to the overall organization (loved the theme), the speakers and panelists. I got a great deal out of all the sessions and will definitely attend next year and recommend to my co-workers.

CLIFTON BOYER / STRONGKEY