4th BFC EU CONFERENCE 2019

Are you interested in how disruptive technologies will impact financial services? If so, the 4th BFC EU Conference (October 7-9, Dublin) will help you to identify how emerging technologies will redefine financial services to better position you for the future.

 

This year, BFC EU will examine a host of disruptive technologies including distributed ledgers, artificial intelligence, cloud and big data to help you determine the most suitable technologies for your business needs.  

 

Conference highlights include:

  •          Explore how, what and where technologies are transforming finance, with contributions from Dash, Digital Asset, FNZ, Microsoft, Nivaura, Ripple and Tezos to keep abreast of latesttechnological advancements
  •          Overcome key challenges around regulations, standards, scalability, interoperability and infrastructure to ensure smooth progression on the road to production
  •          Consider how emerging technologies are disrupting trade finance, digital identity & capital markets and where current inefficiencies could benefit from the use of new tech
  •          Further your understanding of technological developments by joining Deloitte’s interactive breakout sessions and get to grips with the basics of coding
  •          Discussthe future of payments and data storage throughlunch and learn workshops hosted by Citi and Barclaysand see why innovation is so important to these incumbent banks
  •          Join us at Deloitte’s Blockchain Lab for VIP pre-conference drinks to build new partnerships and connections in the emerging tech space

 

At BFC EU, you’ll have the opportunity to network with 300+ senior level delegates from banking, financial services, technology companies and fintechs such as B3i, Bank of Ireland, Binance, Blockchain, ING, London Stock Exchange, Rabobank, we.trade& more.

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS

techUK members please use the code TECHUK10 for a 10% discount on ticket prices.

  • Hugo Rousseau

    Hugo Rousseau

    Programme Manager | Financial Services and Payments
    T 020 7331 2054

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