FStech launches the Future of FinTech 2021 digital conference

FStech is launching The Future of FinTech 2021 digital conference on 17th June, covering the biggest trends in financial services technology.

The second edition of the Future of FinTech follows a successful inaugural conference in 2020, which was held remotely as the financial services industry began to absorb the shockwaves of the global pandemic.

This year the online event returns with a variety of keynote speeches, in-depth presentations and lively panel discussions tackling how firms can deal with the challenges of the Coronavirus crisis one year on, as well as looking forward to what the 'new normal' will look like for an industry already in the grips of digital disruption.

Among the topics on the agenda are: cyber security in the time of COVID-19, the RegTech solutions automating compliance, improving data literacy and governance, protecting customers from fraud, AI and machine learning, the rise of digital assets, upgrading legacy systems and ensuring data is safe and optimised in the cloud.

The agenda is still being finalised, but readers can register for the FStech newsletter for updates on speakers and panel sessions as they are released in the coming weeks.

To register for the event see our conference website here.

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