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ALL NEW VIRTUAL EVENT

NETWORKING

AI Powered Matchmaking

Virtual Calls

Chat Rooms

1:1 Meetings

VIRTUAL CONTENT

Embedded Livestreams

Speaker Bios

Calendar Integrations

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Past Speakers

Colleen McCreary

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Chief People Officer, Credit Karmar

 

Jim Marous

Owner of The Digital Banking Report

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Diane Morias

President, Consumer & Commercial Banking Products, Ally Financial ​​

 

Colleen Taylor

Executive VP of

Mastercard

 

 

Tom Noyes

Founder & CEO of

Commerce Signals

 

Mike Praeger

AvidXchange

Scott Harkey

Levvel

Aubrey Hawes

Oracle

Jordan Bettman

Radian Capital

Tariq Bokhari

Carolina Fintech Hub

Kam Chandan

Ally Financial

Kareem Saleh

ZestFinance

Dan Roselli

RevTech Labs

Kristin Wallace

Bank of America

Frank Young

Global Payments

Jay Plueger

AvidXchange

Chris Tinsley

AvidXchange

2020 Content Sneak Peek

full schedule coming soon

payCLT Payments Panel
Evolution of the POS experience - Hear a panel of industry experts discuss how the customer journey at the POS has evolved over the years and learn how new solutions and technologies are going to change the experience going forward.
Queen City Fintech Companies - 1 minute pitches
Queen City Fintech is a 12-week accelerator program designed to mature financial technology startups through intense mentorship from leading banking executives, business development professionals, and venture capitalists and attorneys, among others in Charlotte's robust business community. Four teams from class 10 take the stage for 1 minute pitches.
Tug-of-war over data who will WIN!
There is a war over who owns and who can use your data between banks, fintechs, big tech, aggregators and end customers. What will the partnership vs aquistion model mean for data: Google/Citi/Standford CU, Visa/Plaid, Envestnet/Yodlee, Third Party Data Brokers, Amazon/Goldman, Apple/Goldman. What are the new models emerging around this?
Mergers and Consolidation: Doomsday or a Brave New World?
The last 18 months has seen some of the biggest Fintech mergers and acquisitions in history, and many believe this trend will continue throughout 2020. Have the market incumbents (banks, Networks, etc) finally found a way to partner, buy or crush emerging Fintechs? Or will the technology driven new entrants ultimately change the shape of what it means to be a bank? This session will explore the market forces that are driving these transactions and how they are changing the playing field for banks and Fintechs alike.
Digital Heavy Weight Banking Championship
Neobank compeitition is happening around the globe in big numbers such as Ant Financial, NuBank, N26, Starling. How do the US traditional banks and Neo players stack-up? Let's have a blow by blow debate and let the audience crown the champion? Panel Suggestions: US (Large Traditional US Banker, US Neobank, US Fintech) vs Non-US (Someone from Ant or NuBank, One of the UK/European banks entering the US Market-N26, Revolut, etc)
The ROI of Financial Health
Financial health is often seen as something that is done out of "the goodness of our hearts" or because our CSR arm needs something to do. What have leading banks learned that you haven't? What if improving your customers' Financial Health actually improved your bottom line? How do you take your bank on a journey to incorporating Financial Health into it's decision making process?
NEW - INSURTECH BREAKOUT TOPICS! 
Distribution Strategy for Insurers
90% of insurance today is directly sold through a human intermediary. Digital first for insurance will not work the same way as it did for banking due to the complexity of the products, the lesser familiarity to the products and the fact that insurance is a very "human" business.
What's The Future of Insurance?
Focusing on the business model. Does the current business model make sense? How might it look different? What does that mean for current incumbents?

Why Attend?

Panels, keynotes and fireside chats with industry leaders and innovative entrepreneurs discussing topics that matter most to the fintech industry. 

Fintech executives, professionals and innovators travel from around the world to be at Fintech Generations, selling out for the last 4 years with over 400 attendees and 220 companies.

Previously, attendees leveraged our event networking app to secure on-site meetings with individuals relevant to their specific needs and interests.This year's virtual event allows for even more networking and conversations with strategically designed breakout rooms attendees can engage with throughout the event.

NEW IN 2020!

Fintech Generations will feature breakout panels and discussions around the insurtech industry, to offer a more niche focus for some new audience members.

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