FinTech Horizons - Bridge the Gap Between Your Business and the FinTech Ecosystem

Join us in San Francisco on April 3 for FinTech Horizons, an immersive experience at the intersection of financial services, FinTech, and risk management. This summit brings together financial technology executives with financial services experts to foster collaboration between the industries with a focus on risk management. Learn from the experts as they discuss the real business model threats and how to stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving space.

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Top 5 Reasons to Attend

1. Hear directly from disruptive FinTechs about their vision for consumer and commercial banking.
2. Understand the new dimensions in Risk Management, RegTech and Risk Infrastructure.
3. Discover new business opportunities from emerging technologies for your bank's strategy.
4. High Impact networking with other Financial Services executives, innovators and investors in Sillicon Valley.
5. Rebalance your innovation roadmap to match the rapidly changing reality of Blockchain, Alternative Data, AI & ML and Product Innovations.

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