The CEOs of United Payments, CurrencyFair and World First will debate what’s next for the payments industry at Banking Innovators 2015, a one-day event exploring the future of finance.
The event, taking place at Level39 in London on 30 June, will focus on the players driving financial innovation and propelling technology forward.
The future of the payments industry will be debated by Agada Apochi, managing director and CEO of United Payments, Brett Meyers, co-founder and CEO of CurrencyFair.com and Jonathan Quin, founder and CEO of World First. The session will be chaired by FinTech and Digital Experience Specialist Duene Blonstrom.
Other panel sessions will tackle the future of in-branch banking, personal finance and more. Related whitepapers, plus an enhanced version of “The Marketplace Lending Revolution”, available for download below, will be given free to attendees. Anne Boden, CEO of Starling Bank, will deliver a keynote address. Two coffee breaks will provide attendees with ample opportunity to network with the industry leaders in attendance.
Robert Grealis, CEO of event organiser Lafferty Group, said: “Banking Innovators 2015 is a chance to discover new approaches to customer engagement, inform your innovation agenda and connect with the people driving this industry forward – it’s not to be missed.”
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