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Hack, learn, sleep, repeat: SFF2020

By December 4, 2020 December 13th, 2023 No Comments

It’s that time of the year!!

Singapore Fintech Festival is coming live again, this time 5 days around the clock hosting renowned speakers including 1 Nobel Laureate, 4 Heads of State, 20 BigTech leaders, 50+ policy makers, 100+ founders from around the globe.

And of course we will be there 🙂 

Join us in the panel “How Will the Financial Services Sector Respond in 2021: A View from the LATAM Region” to anticipate Open Banking trends and opportunities. Our Founder & CEO Jorge Ruiz will moderate the conversation among James P. Scriven, CEO IDB Invest; Laura Borsato, CEO Banco Regional; and Miguel Cortes, CEO Grupo Bolivar. Learn first-hand insights, ranging from financial inclusion to API monetization and Open Banking beyond regulation. Don’t miss it!

Stop by our virtual booth at the International Pavilion, as a co-exhibitor with the Interamerican Development Bank (IDB) to learn more about our Open Banking Platform. Let’s connect!

 If you don’t have your ticket yet, we have a special 20% discount for you, access it here

To be ready and take the most from this conversation, access FinConecta’s Whitepaper: “Designing & Executing New Business Models: Open Banking & API Monetization” here.

 About the Panel

Date & time: December 7 at 12:40pm (EST) / December 8 at 1:40am (SGT) 

Where: Economic Summit

Topic: “How Will the Financial Services Sector Respond in 2021: A View from the LATAM Region” 

Open Banking is already moving to Open Finance and Open Innovation in several regions in the world. Europe and the UK are leading the way in terms of regulation with PSD2 and Open Banking UK. The US, on the other hand, is leading the way in a more organic way, purely demand driven. Now all eyes are on LATAM, where both regulation and market forces are paving the road for Open banking in this new era. Mexico and Brazil have already issued regulations and there are at least 8 other countries preparing to issue their own version of data sharing and digital financial services.