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The 9 Key Pillars of FinTech LIVE London

Payment Technology

Payment technology refers to the tools and systems used to facilitate transactions between buyers and sellers. It encompasses a range of solutions, including mobile wallets, contactless payments, online payment gateways, and digital currencies.

Efficient and secure, payment technology streamlines the payment process, making it convenient for consumers and businesses alike. With continuous advancements, payment technology is shaping the future of commerce and transforming the way we make transactions.

Watch Narayan Ramamoorthy, Chief Revenue Officer, Global PayEX - AR/AP Automation and Digitization - the Impact of AI/ML and SaaS Technologies

Watch Jamie Rodney, CEO, Reask; Adam Rimmer, CEO, FloodFlash;
Johnny Stubbs, Partnerships, Previsico - How Climate Change Affects the Future of Insurance.

Sustainability & Net Zero

Sustainability and net zero are key aspects of the financial services (finserv) space. Finserv companies are increasingly adopting sustainable practices to reduce their environmental impact and promote social responsibility.

Net zero initiatives aim to mitigate carbon emissions by balancing them with carbon removal or offsetting methods. By integrating sustainability principles, finserv firms can contribute to a greener economy while aligning their operations with the global drive towards a net zero future.

Digital Banking

Digital banking, although a newer type of financial service, can offer many benefits for both the banking merchant and the customer. These include that it offers greater accessibility and convenience, lower fees and can be more secure.

With banks working towards providing greater security measures and user-friendly interfaces, digital banking is able to provide customers with an easier and more efficient banking experience in an age of digital transformation.

Watch Peter Stockhammer, Managing Director of Generali Vitality discuss How to Move an 184-year Old Insurer into the Digital Era

Watch Aravind Narayan, Global Director, Sales Strategy and Execution - Customer and Third Party Risk, Refinitiv, an LSEG Business discusses Know your Customer

Financial Services

Financial services encompass a broad range of offerings, including banking, insurance, investment management, and more. These services help individuals, businesses, and governments manage and optimise their financial resources.

Financial institutions provide services such as loans, savings accounts, insurance policies, investment advice, and wealth management solutions. By facilitating the flow of capital and providing financial expertise, financial services play a crucial role in supporting economic growth and stability.


With cryptocurrencies operating in a decentralised way, they are able to offer new opportunities for investment. It provides users with a quick and cost-effective way to move money between platforms, as well as providing greater diversity than more traditional methods of investing.

Some examples of cryptocurrencies include: Bitcoin, Polygon and Ethereum.

Our experts discuss what DeFi and Crypto really means for the future of finance. Stephen Roche, Saphyre. Richard Crook, BCB Group &
Katryna Hanush, Wintermute.

Watch William Sorby of N26; Hugh Courtney, Chief Financial Officer, Zilch; Axel Cateland, Head of Banking, Spendesk - Unpacking the Futuristic World of Biometric Payments, Virtual Cards & Robot Bankers.

Fraud & ID Verification

Digital verification is able to improve security for platforms through the use of sophisticated AI algorithms and other types of technology to analyse and verify user data. This ultimately reduces the risk of fraud and identity theft, particularly within the finance industry, as well as better protecting people’s money and personal information.

Fraud prevention helps banks and financial organisations offer their customers a more secure global service, in addition to advanced technology helping to improve user experience.

Green & Ethical Finance

Green & Ethical Finance refers to financial practices and investments that prioritise environmental sustainability and ethical considerations. It encompasses initiatives like sustainable investments, green bonds, social impact investing, and responsible banking.

Green & Ethical Finance aims to support businesses and projects that contribute positively to the environment and society, promoting sustainable economic growth while aligning with ethical principles and values.

Watch David Reiling, CEO, Sunrise Banks - How Banks and Fintechs Address Social and Environmental Equity

Watch Thomas Sutter, Finance Centre of Excellence, Oracle NetSuite - How FinTech Companies Can Deliver Business Transformation

Data & RegTech

Data & RegTech combines the power of data analytics and technology to help financial institutions comply with regulatory requirements. RegTech solutions provide automated tools for data management, risk assessment, compliance monitoring, and reporting.

By leveraging advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning, Data & RegTech solutions enhance operational efficiency, reduce human error, and ensure adherence to complex regulatory frameworks in the financial industry.

Women in FinTech

Women in FinTech highlights the contributions and challenges faced by women in the financial technology industry. This movement aims to promote gender diversity and equal opportunities in a traditionally male-dominated sector.

Through mentorship, networking, and advocacy, Women in FinTech empowers women to thrive, innovate, and lead in the field. By fostering a more inclusive environment, the industry can harness the full potential of female talent and drive meaningful change..

Watch Clémentine Svartz of Spendesk, Nina Etienne of SumUp & Angelique Dwyer of BCB Group on How Women in Finance Are Smashing the Glass Ceiling.