The Future of Finance
“The new face of finance”
The FUTURE OF FINANCE
WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF FINANCE?
A radical rethink about finance is required:Â The Future of Finance is about creating conversation, discussion and debate for better financial health for all in the community with a focus on CUSTOMER; COLLABORATION; CULTURE; CONTROL
TheÂ Future of Finance provides debate and analysis, with leaders in finance, academia, public policy and technology confronting changes in the world of finance.
The Future of FinanceÂ will hold a two-day event circa Late February/Early March 2019. We anticipate an audience of approximately 150 to 200 attendeesÂ from financial institutions from banks, asset managers, wealth managers, insurance together with public policy makers, academia, regulators and technologists.
1 Day Meetings 4 times a year
6-8 Round Table breakfast and lunch meetings throughout the year
- PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
FINANCIAL COMPUTING CENTRE, UCL
INSTITUE OF NEW THINKING
Financial innovation and the changes impacting finance
TheÂ Future of FinanceÂ will bring financial institutions, practitioners, fintech innovators, disruptors and thought leaders together with regulators and academics to debate and analyze how traditional players and new market players will innovate and respond to the revolution underway in the provision of financial services.
We will ask the important questions: how can financial institutions and fintech firms release the benefits of extreme automation and new technologies? With the advent of technologies that will fundamentally transform the financial services industry how to can legacy financial institutions avoid a âKodakâ moment? How will financial regulation develop over the next decade? Will technology bring greater productivity? How are financial institutions addressing pay equity and upward mobility across gender, race and sexual orientation â among both employees and clients? What are the challenges and how can they be overcome?
AI, blockchain, machine learning, cybersecurity, quantum computing will lead to sweeping changes in the way banking, insurance and asset management industries are structured.Â The âFuture for Financeâ event will provide analysis, debate and case studies from regulators, academics, bankers, asset managers, wealth managers, technologists and public policy makers in the UK, Europe, the US, Asia and the Middle East who are critical to the planning and developing of future strategies for the financial services sector.