The inaugural Innovate Finance Global Summit 2015 gathered over 900 innovators, influencers and supporters from the global financial technology industry to discuss how fintech is helping to build a sustainable banking sector that means something for everyone.
Attendees had the opportunity to engage and learn from discussions with world class leaders and explore exhibitions from Innovate Finance members- including major banking institutions, technology firms and startups.
Commenting on the summit, Innovate Finance’s founding CEO Clare Cockerton said: ‘We are proud to be hosting a global fintech event that will build bridges and foster debate between startups, global institutions and policy makers in the areas of social inclusion, SME funding, digital currencies and financial literacy.
Founding CEO of Innovate Finance, Chairman of Entiq and Deputy Head of Level39.
Cockerton added: ‘With the help from our media partner Bloomberg, we will also use the summit as a platform to shine a spotlight on our members and to show the world how they are building a world-leading fintech ecosystem.’
About Innovate Finance:
Innovate Finance is a membership organisation that aims to be the independent voice of Britain’s fintech community.
Launched in August 2014 with the support of UK Chancellor George Osborne, Innovate Finance has become the dominant voice of the fintech sector across Britain. The organisation’s global members include major banks, technology firms and innovative startups such as Azimo, GoCoin, Derivitec, Digital Shadows, HSBC, Elliptic, Essentia Analytics, IBM, Iwoca, Meniga, Monitise Nutmeg, Prophis Technologies, Ratesetter, Remitia, Sybenetix, Just Yoyo and Zopa.
Thier mission is to unify the world’s largest fintech ecosystem around the common issues all businesses face and to help foster technology-led change for the betterment of society. They bring together the expertise, market access, and resources of large international corporations with the agility and technology of startups to exchange ideas and initiate change. They believe the outcome of these collaborations is the creation of better financial products and services and greater diversity, resilience and inclusiveness for our sector.