While each speaker slated to take the Money20/20 stage has powerful thought leadership to share, it takes a special voice to take on the keynote stage. Our carefully curated keynote track hand-selects those Money Revolutionaries that are leading the boldest companies, pushing away from the status quo, and are persevering to reach a fairer, faster, more inclusive financial future.
As this year’s event approaches, we’ll be spotlighting our featured speakers and providing insight on what’s to come on the industry’s most important platform for industry disruptions and bold new learnings.
Naureen Hassan, Chief Digital Officer at Morgan Stanley is considered to be one of the rising stars building the next generation of wealth management solutions. This October, she’ll take the Money20/20 stage to break down the true potential of artificial intelligence as it relates to financial services. In an effort to separate the signal from the noise in the future of financial advice, we’ll rely on Naureen to decipher how AI is super-charging, the advisor-client relationship, and share her perspective on whether “robots” can or should replace human advisors as this technology progresses.
John Hope Bryant
John Hope Bryant is a Money Revolutionary at the forefront of the Silver Rights Movement, fighting for financial dignity and economic inclusion for underbanked and underserved communities. As the founder, chairman, and CEO of Operation HOPE, he’s leading the country’s largest for-purpose provider of financial empowerment programming focused on disrupting poverty. Since its inception, HOPE has served more than 2.8 million individuals and directed more than $2.7 billion in economic activity into disenfranchised communities to help create an economy that works for all. Bryant is making a leading impression in the fight for financial inclusion, and will be sharing his leading perspective on financial empowerment and community uplift. Hear how he’s helping individuals around the world achieve financial freedom, and his vision for creating a secure future.
Sallie Krawcheck is a resilient Wall Street revolutionary, unafraid to take risks and pave the way for women in the industry. Her brave, outspoken nature in business led her to gain – and later be publicly fired from – senior positions at Citigroup and Bank of America. Sallie persevered and grew from this experience, using these setbacks as motivation to “close the investment gap” for women. From here she launched Ellevest, a women-focused investment firm, offering investments with a positive social and economic impact through advancing women. This trailblazer will uncover how she’s used her setbacks to shake up and disrupt the world of investing.
Check back each month for the latest keynote recaps – we look forward to keeping you updated!