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Money20/20 Europe Unveils Speaker Lineup

Top Executives from Europe’s Biggest Banks, Neobanks, Industry Disruptors, Regulators and Startups Ready to Take the Stage in Amsterdam

Money20/20, the world’s leading fintech show, unveils its agenda for the upcoming Europe show in Amsterdam, June 6-8th. Over 300 speakers are expected to join Money20/20 Europe this year. They include top executives from global banks including HSBC, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, NatWest, and Citi; cutting edge payments providers including GoCardless and Stripe along with expanding fintechs such as Plum, Bunq, and Zilch to name a few.

Money20/20 Europe is also welcoming the CEO of the London Stock Exchange, the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, the Regtech Association, the European Banking Authority, and the Israel and German Ministries of Finance to their stages.

“We are proud to present an agenda designed to help the industry build bridges from the challenges of right now to the incredible opportunities of what is next. Money20/20 Europe is the place where money does business. We can’t wait to open the doors to the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre on June 6th, fueling the industry with inspiration, knowledge sharing, genuine in-person connections and so much more,” said Tracey Davies, President of Money20/20.

Hiroki Takeuchi, Co-founder and CEO of GoCardless, a global leader in direct bank payments, is one of Money20/20 Europe high profile speakers.

“I’m excited to speak at Money2020. I hope my session on the future of payments will encourage everyone to seize the once-in-a-generation opportunities in front of us and push innovations like open banking to their full potential, helping business and consumers everywhere,” said Hiroki Takeuchi.

While the show covers the breadth of topics in fintech, this year ESG is holding a larger space with over 10 sessions dedicated to the subject with speakers from Visa, Frontier, the Ellen McArthur Foundation, and platforms such as Patch and Parley.

Gerrit Sindermann, Deputy Executive Director at Green Digital Finance Alliance, a Swiss-based not-for-profit catalyst of next generation green digital finance will be moderating the panel Sustainability: Tick Box or Choice.

“At GDFA, our mission is to drive financial innovation for climate, nature, and biodiversity challenges across the global ecosystem. We see Money20/20 Europe as an impactful platform for helping us shape the green digital finance landscape globally.”

The Money20/20 Europe agenda of confirmed speakers can be found here.

Media who would like to attend Money20/20 Europe can register for a free press pass here.

About Money20/20

Founded in 2011, Money20/20 creates destination shows where the most innovative people in payments, fintech and the broader financial services industry connect. Famed for their high-impact networking, the Europe edition, held in Amsterdam (6-8 June 2023) and the USA edition, held in Las Vegas (22-25 October 2023), are regarded as the place where money does business by financial services professionals. Money20/20 also recently launched an Asia edition, due to launch in Bangkok in April 2024. Money20/20 is the space where the industry’s smartest visionaries and innovators come together to create the future of money. Money20/20 is an Ascential show. Follow Money20/20 on Twitter and LinkedIn for show developments and updates. Don’t forget to use the promo code PAC200 to save €200 on your ticket!

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