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Human X Machine: Money 20/20 Europe Starts June 4 in Amsterdam

Human X Machine: Money 20/20 Europe Starts June 4 in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 30th, 2024, FinanceWire

One of the world’s largest fintech events is slated to kick off in Europe. On June 4-6, Amsterdam will open its doors to Money 20/20 – a global meetup where industry giants and aspiring startups will meet to grow their brands and shape the future of the economy.

This year, the fintech show will unfold under the main theme “Human X Machine.” As no area of human activity remains untouched by artificial intelligence, top executives will share their insights and discuss ways to maximize the benefits of human-machine interaction.

The list of keynote speakers includes François Hollande, Former French President, Monica Long, President at Ripple, Marnix van Stiphout, COO and CTO at the Netherlands’ largest banking corporation ING Group, and Joanne Hannaford, CIO for Corporate Bank at Deutsche Bank. The list goes on with 350 speakers from fintech leaders (Ayden, Revolut), AI trailblazers (Mistral AI, Datasnipper, Deeploy), tech giants (Nvidia, AWS), and senior representatives from the European Central Bank and the European Commission.

As the most influential fintech leaders and officials come together, Money 20/20 guests will seize unparalleled networking and growth opportunities.

  • Accelerating deals and building partnerships. The show’s history is rich with moments where participants secured pivotal partnerships, generated million-worth opportunities, and changed their strategy from the ground up.
  • Make connections. Money 20/20 Europe will welcome over 8,500 attendees representing 2,300 companies, and 7 of 10 participants are senior decision-makers.
  • Increase outreach. 300+ global media outlets will be represented onsite, including CNBC, Bloomberg, and Forbes. Money 20/20 guests can connect with journalists, analysts, bloggers, and podcasters in an informal setting. “Money20/20 Europe is a must-go for anyone in fintech,” says Yely Kopan, PR Director at INPUT Comms agency. “I can’t think of another event where it’s that easy to boost your media presence.”
  • Make breakthroughs. Rich agenda and networking opportunities make Money 20/20 a place where hundreds of innovative ideas are born at every event.

The show’s participants will talk on dozens of topics pertinent to today’s fintech, while the main discussion will be centered around the Human X Machine theme. Five key agenda tracks include:

  • A Customer Universe of One. With the increasing hyper-personalization of financial services, individual approach at every touchpoint becomes crucial for growth.
  • The Age of Atomic Finance. From AI to cryptography and quantum computing, today’s technological breakthroughs power the Customer Universe of One, allowing for atomic-level precision in user experience design.
  • Meet the Architects. Money 20/20 will showcase industry mastodons and fledging startups, visionaries, and changemakers shaping the future of finance.
  • Signal vs. Noise. We are witnessing an unprecedented pace of financial innovation, fueled by blockchain artificial intelligence, and other technologies. But how do we distinguish visionary breakthroughs from hype-driven tangents? Money 20/20 speakers will enhance the discourse and help unlock innovative approaches to advance progress.
  • The Business of Money. Founders, decision-makers, market disruptors, and investors will share their stories of success and failure.

Money 20/20 was launched 12 years ago by industry insiders. Over the past decade, it has grown into one of the world’s largest fintech shows with thousands of participants – yet has maintained a cozy and open atmosphere. Attendees can ask questions to any speaker during fireside chats, engage in meaningful conversations behind the scenes, and meet decision-makers in an informal setting. This environment fosters synergy among the industry’s brightest minds, powering changes in the global economy.

Money 20/20 Europe will take place on June 4-6 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Readers can follow the links to find the event’s full agenda and the lineup of confirmed speakers.


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