Fintech Friday
The leading business (un)webinar series for fintech innovators, influencers and those eager to learn.
What is Fintech Friday?
Produced by Next In Tech, the organisers behind MoneyNext 2020 and delivered online, Fintech Friday showcases industry leading voices through short, topical presentations and panel debates.

Join the discussion; ask our panel questions and share opinions with fellow audience members.

Reserve your free place for bi-weekly discussion of the latest financial services trends, featuring some of the leading industry names and most innovative contributors.
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Take part in the live discussions and get first access to the on-demand viewing.
Next Event
Friday 24th July 2020, 10am BST
07 - Disruptive Innovations in Payments
  • Chair's Introduction
  • What do customers expect from next-gen payments?
  • How is data collection and analysis revolutionising payments?
  • How should PayTech be regulated moving forwards?
  • What will the payments ecosystem look like in 5 years' time?
Upcoming Events
Friday 7th August 2020
Collaboration and Co-opetition
  • Chair's Introduction
  • How can Fintechs and traditional banks work more collaboratively?
  • Has Open Banking and APIs generated an opportunity or a threat to financial institutions?
  • Why collaboration is crucial to the rapid adoption of emerging technology and innovation
  • Sharing the risk: Why partnerships are the future for fintechs
Friday 21st August 2020
To Be Announced Soon
Friday 4th September 2020
To Be Announced Soon
Previous Events
Friday 1st May 2020
The Future of
Digital Banking
The Future of Digital Banking
Friday 15th May 2020
Open Banking
and APIs
Open Banking & APIs
Friday 29th May 2020
The Impact of AI in Financial Services
The Impact of AI in FInancial Services
Friday 12th June 2020
The Impact of an
Increasingly Cashless Society
The Impact of an Increasingly Cashless Society
Friday 26th June 2020
Becoming More
Becoming More Customer-Centric
Friday 10th July 2020
Revolutionary or Over-Hyped
Revolutionary or Over-Hyped
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