Join us in NYC for a VIP networking dinner on the evening June 20th. Meet our North American community face to face to discuss and connect on the back of a full day of exciting content. Spaces are limited, so apply now to join us for an evening of fintech and food.
Future Identity North America will bring together an energetic community of identity and cybersecurity innovators from government, healthcare, financial services, travel and tourism, retail, and technology organisations. Join us as we explore the urgent need for digital identity, to enable growth, inclusion, and trust in a changing world. 65 rockstar speakers from North America and beyond will take to the stage to give you their unique insights into the future of identity.
Post pandemic economic shifts are creating new and evolving demands on a sector that became digital by default over the past two years. Explore the legacy of digital acceleration and a job still yet to be done. Dig deep into the changing competitive dynamics and how players across the ecosystem have been impacted.
The financial sector must play a pivotal role in the transition to net zero. Moving beyond pledges, how is the sector shifting the dial in how they operate and leveraging the role they have in driving change across all sectors of the economy? What is the role of fintech in achieving climate goals being set by governments across the globe?
Explore a continent of opportunity and the institutions and innovators that are seeking to deliver the best possible outcomes to consumers and businesses. Understand the unique opportunities across different communities. In an ecosystem that is expanding, get insight into the growing universe of participants.
What are the technologies and trends that are driving change across the ecosystem in North America? AI, machine learning, open finance, embedded finance, DeFi – what does it mean for the way the consumers and businesses transact, borrow, save, protect themselves from risk and plan for the future?
Focussed sessions for our large community of credit unions and community banks. Learn more about the unique set of challenges faced by this group of financial institutions and the partnerships that can support them on their digital journeys. Expect lively discussions around whether they are well placed to deliver on the promise of innovation for their members and communities.
Meet over 2000 attendees – from early-stage start ups to the world’s largest providers. Access content that will challenge your thinking and spur conversations. Find the partners and providers that will help you meet your innovation goals.
In this fireside chat between Marqeta’s Chief Operating Officer, Vidya Peter’s, and Deloitte’s Banking & Capital Markets Payments Leader, Zachory Aron discuss how banks and credit unions can adapt their digital acceleration strategies as their customers begin to return to a more normalized daily life. With the next phase of digital acceleration already upon us, this session will navigate the tough questions facing financial institutions: what challenges and opportunities should financial institutions be ready to navigate? What should a post-COVID digital payments strategy look like? How can data be used to better understand customer purchasing preferences?
Panellists will discuss how using technology and data can bolster customer retention and acquisition and be a tool for future growth. By prioritizing scale and resilience when building a disruptive platform, organizations can support their customers growth and reduce limitations down the line. Additionally, this session will explore how organizations can leverage sophisticated tools to balance risk and compliance vs customer experience and growth.
Is this an exciting new opportunity for financial services providers and s to serve the news of a new and growing ecosystem? Or is this a moment for alternative providers and systems (eg crypto and blockchain) who can meet the needs of the virtual world?
How are challenger banks faring across North America? Where are they finding the most success? Is the future driven by the needs of communities with shared needs or common bonds?
This ever popular and informative session returns on the back of what has been a very busy year for regulators across the continent. What to expect when it comes to evolving regulatory frameworks on open finance, crypto, BNPL and more.
During the pandemic, the need to support small businesses with finance at speed was imperative. As we move to a post-pandemic world, how is the SMB lending community adapting to manage and monitor customer and portfolio risk effectively? What is the role of open data? Do we have the right tools at hand?
Consumers need the right mix of products and services to spend, save, insure themselves against risks and plan for the future. Have we arrived at a point where technology enables access and the creation of the tools to drive greater financial wellness for consumers?
How did community bank and credit unions respond during the pandemic? How did they achieve and deliver on the need to shift to digital at pace? Hear from those meeting the challenges head on as we bring together a panel of community banks and credit unions.
How are community banks and credit unions keeping pace with the rapid change in payment offerings? Can they keep their customers engaged and meet the growing demand for new ways to pay?
With technology beyond the internal resource of many credit unions and community banks, do fintechs provide the answer? Are fintechs and other innovative technology providers in tune with the unique needs of community-based institutions?