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MoneyLIVE: Nordic Banking conference in Copenhagen November 2018

By Banking CIO Outlook | Friday, November 30, 2018

MoneyLIVE: Nordic Banking conference presents over 200 senior officials from the banking world to share insights on AI, open banking, lifestyle portals, FinTech and more.

Why attend?

• Discuss the opportunities of open banking and the future of lifestyle portals
• Hear about the power of AI and the new payments landscape
• Learn about the evolution of Nordic FinTech and data analytics strategies
• Discover how to take the customer experience to the next stage
• Be involved in exclusive networking opportunities with the most senior members in the industry
• Hear from the region’s most exciting start-ups at our brand new FinTech Pitch Evening

“The mix of traditional banks, new banks and Fintech companies is very good. I find the size to be excellent, you have the chance to network on breaks and you also receive enough time for networking”

Head of Payment Solutions, Payments and Cash Management - Swedbank
“MoneyLIVE is the place to be to get the most exclusive updates on the banking industry”

Director of Customer Experience - Lloyds Bank

Please visit the website for more information on the programme and speakers. For any queries call +44 (0)207 760 8699 or send an email at conferences@marketforce.eu.com.

Established in 1987, Marketforce Business Media has over 25 years experience of delivering high quality strategic events and B2B communications.

We produce and manage over 60 industry leading B2B strategic conferences, training courses, lecture series and webinars every year, as well as providing insights through reports and surveys. Utilising our expertise and strong relationships with key experts, we create interactive events that deliver superb learning and networking experiences. Our events take place across the UK and Europe and cover: Financial Services, Energy & Utilities, Transport & Logistics, Customer Experience, Media & Broadcasting and Economics & Regulation.

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