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Who Attends

Money20/20 was founded by payments and fintech veterans from Google, TSYS and Citi. They broke the stereotypes anchored in snoozefest business conferences, and designed an unparalleled experience built for the industry, by the industry. With payments at our core, we consistently unite the entire fintech community to shape what’s next.

Who's going?

Where leaders unite

We hate to brag, but we do have an impressive roster of power players from fintech attending Money20/20. In fact, 46% of our attendees are decision-makers and budget holders that could change your business. Don’t miss your chance to reach influential leaders, change-makers, and visionaries changing the future of money.

See who you can meet at Money20/20

Attendees include:
Chairmen Partners Government Regulators
Board Members Presidents Venture Capitalists
Chief Executive Officers Executive Vice Presidents Entrepreneurs
Chief Financial Officers Senior Vice Presidents Lawyers
Chief Innovation Officers Vice Presidents Engineers
Chief Information Officers Managing Directors UX Designers
Chief Marketing Officers Research Directors Solutions Analysts
Chief Operating Officers Product Directors Industry Analysts
Chief Technology Officers Compliance Officers Journalists
Chief Revenue Officers Directors of Payments Reporters
Chief Strategy Officers Directors of Business Development Podcasters
Chief Digital Officers Directors of Sales Publishers
Chief Risk Officers Directors of Marketing Bloggers
Chief Legal Officers Heads of Departments Industry Influencers
Founders Government Officials

"Money20/20 is a really valuable event because it brings together a bunch of different types of people that come from e-commerce, retail, financial services and provides me with insight in areas that I don’t typically think about. "

Harley Finkelstein



The sector breakdown

We put you at the heart of the fast-paced and high stakes world of Payments, Banking, Fintech and Financial Services. Prepare for 4 remarkable days of the right conversations with the right companies, and the right people.

Check out the sector breakdown of who you'll meet onsite.

Our attendees work in these industries

Industries include:
Payments & Remittances Digital Banks Venture Capital
Acquires / Processors Capital Markets & Wealth Management Lending & Credit
Payment Gateways Retailers Alternative Finance
Gift, Loyalty & Rewards Ecommerce Marketplaces Credit Scoring & Bureaus
Card Networks Big Tech Robo Advisors & Personal Finance
Banks & Financial Institutions Digital Identity Verification Regtech & Compliance
Banking Infrastructure Blockchain & Crypto Industry Analysts
SMB Banking Cryptocurrencies, Digital Assets & Exchanges Top Tier Media
Credit Unions Cybersecurity Telecoms & Mobile Networks
Community Banks Fiat Currency Exchanges Advisory & Professional Services

Payments companies that attend

Over the last year, the global pandemic changed the power dynamics in the payments industry by compressing 5 years worth of change into less than a year and there was a massive shift to e-commerce, contactless and mobile payments.

Join the likes of these companies leading the charge for payments innovation to be part of the revolution.

Banks that attend

2020 accelerated digital transformation and proved how important it is to have great digital experiences.

More changes to infrastructure, innovative uses of data, and investment in technology will be at the leading edge of banking in 2021 as the demand for digital remains. Join the ranks of these major players in the industry and be part of the conversations reshaping the future of money.

Tech companies that attend

Big Tech is a vital part of the financial services industry. And with new technology advancements happening every day, Big Tech players have a crucial role in delivering at scale and speed on things like personalization, new uses of data, 5G, and more. Join the charge to innovate the industry and keep accelerating digital and tech growth.