The Blockchain For Finance Conference returns this year for it’s forth annual stint in Dublin. This year sees a move to Croke Park in October, and we’ll announce some more information about this later in the summer.
In the meantime however, conference sponsors Barclays, HSBC & Standard Chartered have a report available for download from their BFC2019 site called Insights on Emerging Technologies. This is available for free by filling in the form.
It gives a analysis of how banks are adopting emerging technologies ? DLA Piper’s exclusive whitepaper delivers insights from key banks on how big data, open banking, blockchain, AI and machine learning are creating opportunities in the financial services landscape.
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- Collaboration and Investment: Consider challenges in FI and FinTech partnerships to ensure the sector is prepared for the new age of FinTech collaboration
- Regulation and Technology: Discuss the changing regulatory landscape of regulators to ensure you remain compliant and harness innovation
- Payments: Explore the opportunities in payments technology including mobile wallets, digital tokens and cryptocurrencies to remain at the forefront of innovation
- Data: Explore why the sharing and monetisation of data is a key strategic focus and consider the role cybersecurity will play in this