The Money20/20 stage is the industry’s most esteemed platform for presenting thought leadership, sharing industry insights and making headline-shaping announcements. Our 2018 agenda content will embrace the unexpected and reject the norm, taking a fearless and unique perspective on the ways our industry is revolutionizing the future of money.
Our track themes have been carefully developed based on industry research and audience feedback. Over the next 6 months, we will source and curate bold, insightful and thought-provoking agenda sessions within each of these themes. Featuring an unparalleled speaker roster and an expansive set of cutting-edge topics, we’re delivering the insights needed to revolutionize not only your own business, but the entire payments, commerce and financial ecosystem as well.
The fundamental shift from physical cards, checks and currency to digital payments continues to transform the way consumers and businesses transfer value. Payment systems must work in new contexts, be scalable across markets and integrate with rising tech platforms. Take a closer look at the most impactful new technologies and approaches for moving money, including mobile wallets, P2P and B2B payment systems.
Mobile-first consumers have ignited a revolution in retail banking and personal finance. Open platforms and secure APIs are allowing consumer financial data to be shared with third-party startups who are challenging incumbent banks by providing specialized digital solutions for payments, budgeting, saving and wealth management. Discover banking’s surprising future, powered by new delivery models and balancing emerging competitors with cross-industry collaboration.
The ways consumers discover, shop and buy any product, service or experience are being dramatically redefined, including omnichannel retail, next generation point-of-sale, social commerce, the on-demand economy and the Internet of Things. Gain valuable insight from both merchants and service providers on emerging commerce models and the financial solutions that will enable them.
The concept of Artificial Intelligence has existed for decades, but now its applicability has grown to have far-reaching implications for the world around us. Roll up your sleeves as the explorers pushing the boundaries of the technology—top data scientists and industry leaders—elaborate on the latest innovations, such as Deep Learning and Adversarial Networks, and explore how AI can be applied to complex problems in financial services and commerce, today and in the future.
The battle against cybercriminals is real and ongoing. The direct and indirect cost of fraud and data breaches is staggering, both for businesses and consumers. How can financial services providers remain on the right side of risk and protect themselves and their customers against bad actors? Learn about the emerging technologies and approaches that are shifting the balance of power to the “white hats” and providing new tools to help mitigate losses and fight financial crime.
With leading-edge credit scoring models and pioneering marketplaces, non-banks are quickly scaling consumer and business lending, including those customers most underserved by banks. In response, the big banks and tech companies are now also entering the fray. Traverse the compelling but uncertain future of lending, including the competition, collaboration and innovation in the space.
Buyer behavior is changing—today’s consumers are hyper-connected, on-the-go and have higher expectations for brands than ever before. Customer experience, including great UX design, has become a critical component. More than ever, acquiring and retaining customers is an exercise performed in a digital context. Success requires data-powered insights, CRM systems and tech stacks that can identify the most responsive audiences and optimize the best messages to move them through the purchase funnel. Discover powerful ways to drive demand and increase brand loyalty through real-time personalized payments, banking and e-commerce experiences.
Is blockchain the solution to the Internet’s most important problems: privacy, trust, security and inclusion? It already powers digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum and is revolutionizing myriads of financial and non-financial transactions. Explore with us the path to blockchain’s adoption and see the future of money, from digital currency to ICOs—it’s winding, treacherous and transformational.
Regulatory compliance, although important for consumer protection, is a hindrance for incumbents and an entry barrier for startups. New product offerings leveraging AI and other technologies are helping to efficiently navigate the complex landscape, and regulators are increasingly collaborating with FinTech innovators, but all remain challenged by the dizzying pace. Examine the key developments and their impact on consumers and financial solution providers.
2.5 billion people, 36% of the world’s population, are unbanked. More still are banked but not financially healthy, even in developed markets. More than half of Americans struggle financially, including excess debt, irregular income and sporadic savings habits. Learn how FinTech can be used for social good and how Money Revolutionaries are making a measurable impact on people’s lives.
FinTech is a global phenomenon, with hubs of innovation on every continent, reaching from Asia to LATAM, from Europe to Africa and from China to North America. A global marketplace requires financial solutions within and across international borders that are interoperable, fast and cost-effective for all stakeholders. Take a journey with us around the world of financial innovation.
A seamless and secure means to accurately identify each online user is fundamental to payments, commerce and finance, especially in an increasingly digital economy. Identity thieves stole $16 billion from U.S. consumers in 2017 and almost 20 percent of financially excluded adults globally are denied access because they lack the legal documents to prove their identity. Learn how biometrics and other technologies are helping to authenticate consumers, secure and streamline transactions and provide greater access to the financial system.
You say you want a money revolution? Held at the Revolution Theater, this track will feature some of our agenda’s most disruptive, thought-provoking and cutting-edge ideas on the future of financial technology. Content in this track is not restricted to a particular thematic topic and we strongly encourage creative presentation formats that take full advantage of the unique in-the-round staging.
Expanded and enhanced for 2018, Startup Pitch will feature passionate pitches from fearless founders of the most revolutionary FinTech startups. Watch as they present their businesses and compete for cash prizes and a coveted spot in the final pitch-off on the main keynote stage. The action is fast-paced, interactive and fun, as judges from leading VC firms and audience voting determine the winners.