Money Fest is among the leading and premium networking platforms when it comes to the global money ecosystem.
This year, Money Fest is scheduled to take place on October 26th – 29th, and it will feature in-depth analytics and inspirational speakers. The keynote lineup and the final agenda have been revealed.
Money Fest Agenda is Here
To be part of the Money 20/20’s world-class content program, users typically have to travel and attend some of the live shows.
This time, however, things are a little bit different, mainly because of the global epidemiological outlook and the outburst of COVID-19.
On October 26th – 29th, the team will bring the first-ever Money Fest – an exclusive glimpse of highlights of what would have happened at the 2020 live shows if the pandemic hadn’t taken over the world. It will be available for the entire money ecosystem, and it will be streamed live and on-demand to users.
The agenda has also been revealed. Starting on October 26th, the first day will begin with a very important and time-specific panel called Lessons in navigating through a crisis. Speaking on the matter will be Spriha Srivastava, who will open up on leading businesses through a pandemic and recession. This keynote aims to reveal how to help organizations perform under challenges that we haven’t seen in generations.
The second-day keynote is dedicated to the evolution of payments. Speaking on the matter will be the new head of MasterCard’s European business, Mark Barnett. Day three and four will also tackle important issues of the ecosystem, such as rethinking optimal service delivery scales, managing financial planning through COVID-19, and so forth.
Speakers to Pay Attention For
Plenty of renowned financial and economic experts will be speaking during the event. These include but are not limited to the President of MasterCard Europe, Mark Barnett, the Chief Operation & Technology Officer at Bank of America, Cathay Bessant, and the General Director on Market Infrastructure & Payments at the European Central Bank, Ulrich Bindseil.
Other renowned speakers include Brian Brooks, who is the acting Comptroller of the Currency, Adam Dell, head of product at Goldman Sachs, Jill Castilla, Lex Greensill, Nicky Goulimis, and so forth.