The Ultimate FinTech & InsurTech LIVE Event
Whether you attend virtually or in person, it will give you the chance to network with C-Level executives, share ideas with industry pioneers, and walk away with actionable, unique insights to bolster your business and career.
By the end of the three-day event, you will have seen the latest innovations in both FinTech and InsurTech. You will be able to see how companies like yours are tackling the problems that keep you up at night, engage in a community that many struggle to access, and share your ideas with people who care as much as you do.
How can you attend?
In the post-Covid era, not everybody wants to travel for events. So FinTech and InsurTech Live will be completely hybrid. That means you can attend the event in person or virtually - with no disadvantages to people who don’t make the trip to the Tobacco Dock.
FinTech and InsurTech Live is happening in the Tobacco Dock in London, a ten-minute walk from Tower Bridge. For more information on the location, click here.
There’s no need to worry about missing out if you choose not to attend in person. You can still absorb all the information, interact with other attendees and enjoy the conference experience on our virtual platform.
There will be live feeds from all of the stages (also available on-demand after the event) as well as virtual networking areas. So not being able to travel is no reason to miss your chance to gather with the industry.
Group CIO, GBG
Mark Mamone is an experienced Chief Technology & Information Officer, with more than three decades in IT management. Throughout his career, he has held a range of C-suite positions and delivered some of the largest solutions in Europe with companies including, BT, Detica and prior to joining GBG he was CIO at Serco. He joined GBG in 2018 as Chief Technology and Information Officer and is responsible for group product engineering and second Line Support, as well as group corporate IT including information security and cyber defence processes.
Speaking at international conferences on various topics, it comes as no surprise that Mark is a recognised expert in a number of technical domains, and also a published author.
Global Head of Digital & Data at Standard Chartered
Kahina Van Dyke is a global financial services and technology leader with a belief in the power of purpose-driven teams to drive transformational outcomes in service to clients, communities, and businesses in every corner of our world.
Her career spans global banking (Citi and Standard Chartered), global payment networks (MasterCard), big technology companies (Facebook), and start-up fintech companies (Ripple). Noted as a transformational leader who makes change seem normal and necessary to accelerate to the next level of service and impact, in all these roles she puts people and clients first and leads teams to lean into the future to build a better reality that is in service to the business, the industry, and the community.
General Manager, Global Banking Industry at IBM
With over 15 years of experience in strategic consulting with notable knowledge in the banking industry, Likhit Wagle has worked closely with C-level executives in many Fortune 500 companies to deliver value to their customers and shareholders.
Previous roles in IBM’s Global Business Services include Banking Industry Leader in North-East Europe, the leader in Europe for Value Creation, and leader in Strategy and Change practice. Before joining IBM, Likhit led the M&A practice at PWC.
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State Street launch crypto service for private funds clients
State Street Corporation is now expanding its push into the cryptocurrency industry by launching new digital asset services. It will provide digital and cryptocurrency asset fund administration capabilities for the firm’s private funds clients.
In partnership with Lukka, a leading enterprise crypto asset data, and software provider, State Street will support its private fund clients with collection, standardisation, enrichment, reconciliation, processing, and reporting related to crypto and other digital assets.
The partnership is State Street’s latest effort in the digital and crypto-asset space following the launch of State Street Digital, a division focused on addressing the industry’s evolving shift to digital finance, and comes after Lukka’s Series C funding round in December of 2020, which was led by State Street.
A rise in digital assets
“The growth in popularity of digital assets is showing no signs of a slowdown and State Street Digital is committed to continuing to build out the necessary infrastructure to further develop our digital assets servicing models to help meet our clients’ growing demands,” said Nadine Chakar, head of State Street Digital. “Our work with Lukka will leverage their software and data in order to help expand our digital and crypto asset fund administration capabilities to alternative managers is just another advancement in our digital solution set and marks a very exciting development.”
State Street will leverage Lukka’s product suite, which includes a proprietary middle and back-office data management solution, purpose-built for blockchain and crypto-asset data, as well as Lukka Reference Data, and Lukka Prime Pricing Data. This will enable State Street to consume crypto assets that are comingled within a private client’s traditional alternative investments portfolios.
“As our clients continue to adopt digital assets, such as crypto, we’ve seen increasing interest among investors for institutional quality middle and back-office offerings that support diversified portfolios,” said Jen Tribush, alternatives lead for State Street Digital.“ Lukka was the ideal partner to help provide these services given their leading position in crypto asset data as State Street continues to add to our growing offering in the digital asset space.”