The launch of a valuable report on the future of FinTech, making the case for collaboration between established providers and entrepreneurial start-ups, detailing working models to drive forward innovation in financial services.
The report, developed for HM Treasury’s Financial Services Trade and Investment Board (FSTIB), chaired by City Minister Stephen Barclay MP, will be launched at an event on Monday 20th November, 08 30 – 10 00, with arrivals from 08 00. The event will include an address by Katharine Braddick, Director General, Financial Services, HM Treasury.
We very much hope you are able to join us for the launch which will be hosted by Nathan Bostock, CEO of Santander UK, who leads the FSTIB’s FinTech workstream. Our CEO Miles Celic will also give a welcome address. A panel of leading practitioners and FinTechs will discuss the findings, including:
- Louise Brett, Partner – FinTech, Deloitte Digital
- Sigga Sigurdardottir, Chief Customer and Innovation Officer, Santander UK
- Jeremy Kutner, Co-Head, Technology, Media and Telecoms Industry Group,Shearman & Sterling LLP
- Charlotte Croswell, CEO, Innovate Finance
- Dan Cobley, Managing Partner, Fintech, Blenheim Chalcot
This report, developed with the support of Santander and Shearman & Sterling, outlines seven models through which incumbents can look to partner with FinTechs, and the legal issues to consider with each. Over the past year, it has become clear that the focus on FinTech has progressed from its initial disruptive phase, and is increasingly on the benefits which can be secured through collaboration.
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