The FinTech conference and events space is ever-growing and 2019 is set to be no different. Over the next month we will see an array of events set to demonstrate pioneering innovation and ground-breaking insights from businesses and speakers around the world. Here’s a list of dates for your diary that you cannot miss:

The New Statesman Fintech Summit
Hilton London Bankside
5th – 6th November 2019
The rise of fintech has dramatic implications across multiple areas of business and personal life. The impact of new technology on the centuries-old traditions of banking and finance goes far beyond the walls of the financial marketplace. From disrupting established supply chains and enabling more even capital allocation, to enabling greater financial inclusion and contributing to the growth of a borderless, digital economy, its potential should not be underestimated. Much less the opportunity. As the shake out between traditional banks and fintech innovators rattles on, the second New Statesman Fintech Summit discusses some of the important questions that need to be answered as the global digital economy enters a new, pivotal phase.

FinTECHTalents 2019
Printworks, Surrey Quays Road, London
11th November 2019
FinTECHTalents is the ultimate fintech festival with three days of innovation, collaboration, live tech demos, workshops, round-tables, live music & craft beer sessions. With over 3000 attendees, FinTECHTalents connects tech start-ups, tech enablers, hundreds of financial institutions’ innovators and academia under one roof in a unique setting.

AI & EMERGING TECH FOR FINANCE 2019
Convene at 101 Greenwich, New York City
12th – 13th November 2019
Bringing together senior executives from investment houses, funds, wealth managers and investment banks to discuss the most strategic way forward to best embrace the new status quo. Key topics include: The Impact of Blockchain on the Finance Industry, Evaluating Emerging Technologies: What’s Worthwhile/ What’s a Fad?, Building Bridges Between Traditional Investment Strategies & ML, Understanding the Latest Applications for Deep Learning & AI in Finance, Challenges Presented by Data Governance, Acquiring & Using Alternative Data.

Open Banking Expo
etc.venues St Pauls
13th November 2019

Open Banking may have rolled out in January 2018 in the UK, but it has been a bumpy road. We are now starting to see less friction in the customer journey and the number of successful API calls is increasingly exponentially every month. Open Banking Expo returns with five stages, 60+ speakers (including Jim Marous as the keynote speaker) and endless networking opportunities with the leading players in Open Banking.

Singapore Fintech Festival
Singapore Expo Centre
11th – 15th November 2019
Singapore FinTech Festival is the world’s largest platform for the global FinTech community, with almost 45,000 participants from almost 130 countries in attendance, ranging from Afghanistan to Zambia. Participants comprised of key executives and decision makers from global financial institutions and corporates, innovators and technologists from FinTech start-ups to unicorns, investors, and academia.

MoneyLIVE Summit
QEII Centre, London
25th – 26th November 2019
From the UK to Singapore, from the Netherlands to Indonesia, MoneyLIVE is your one-stop shop for all the latest banking content from across the world. MoneyLIVE Summit is the bank event for the most senior and innovative leaders across banking, payments and FinTech to network, share ideas and supercharge the digital banking revolution.