Thursday, April 12, 4pm – 7:30pm
Excelsior Gallia Hotel, Piazza Duca D’Aosta 9, Milan

Fintechnology Forum 2018 – The Finance Revolution

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The FinTechnology Forum was born of the collaboration among The European House – Ambrosetti, Banca IFIS (Main Partner), Banca Finint and Microsoft (Partner) as a result of the desire to create a high-level think tank around Fintech-related issues.

The event on April 12 marks not only the conclusion of the first year of FinTechnology activity, but also the start of a broad-based dialog among the various sectors within the Fintech universe in Italy.

Towards this, on the dais will be:

The top corporate managers of some of the most important players on the national scene who will discuss current and future Fintech scenarios for their sectors.
Successful Start-ups which will share their stories and the potential in the Italian and European market.
Experts in Blockchain technology who will outline the potential future impacts in the banking and financial sector.

Among the speakers taking part in the event will be: Giovanni Bossi (CEO, Banca IFIS), Fabio Moioli (Head of Consulting and Services, Microsoft Italia), Salvatore Stefanelli (General Manager, Cedacri), Matteo Concas (General Manager Italy, N26), Elena Lavezzi (General Manager, Circle), Andrius Biceika (Head of Country Managers, Revolut), Carlo Alberto Carnevale-Maffè (Professor of Strategy, School of Management, Università Bocconi), Marco Amadori (CEO, Inbitcoin), Alessandro Lombardi (Digital Advisor ed Esperto di Blockchain, Microsoft Italia), Renzo Taffarello (Strategic Advisor, Interlogica Industries).

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