Sarah Gill, our team’s senior FinTech journalist, will be conducting live interviews at the working studio within The Bancorp’s high-profile exhibitor space, located in 1904, over the course of the three-day event.
The interviews will be filmed and published on The Bancorp’s new Finetics™ blog, as well as on the PaymentEye site.
“We’re very excited to debut Finetics™ Studio at this year’s Money20/20 conference,” said Frank Mastrangelo, CEO of The Bancorp. “As the financial services engine behind some of the most innovative companies in payments today, it makes sense for us to capture and share the candid insights of the leaders that are shaping our industry’s future.”
If you are attending Money20/20 a Finetics™ Studio schedule is also available on The Bancorp’s new site.
PaymentEye will have a large team on site; to set up meetings or speak to the team please contact Rhys Adams on (+44) 07966 931319 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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