Fintech Week 2021 was a fully virtual 4-day conference, which addressed the most pressing challenges in the fintech sector and looked at what is next for financial services. As Covid-19 continues to cast its shadow of upheaval, the accelerated digitisation of the economy that it triggered has given rise to a plethora of opportunities for the fintech sector, and placed it firmly in the spotlight. The 4-day conference focused on the key role fintech will play in the recovery period and post-pandemic. We looked at what the normalisation of relations between Israel, the UAE and Bahrain will bring to the region and wider world, and what we can learn from Emerging Markets. We delved into the issues and opportunities that lie ahead and what the sector must do to build on the momentum, bolster financial services and provide intrinsic value for all.
Fintech Week Tel Aviv 2022 will take a deep dive into fintech’s key offerings, and will try to get everyone thinking about how it all evolves and what the next phase will look like.
Join us in person and engage with the industry’s key players, influencers, decision makers and innovators. Delve into the key themes and discover new opportunities with interactive panel discussions, keynote presentations and lots of networking opportunities...
You'll have seamless connectivity to key industry decision makers, thought leaders and experts, and the ability to engage with the brightest minds in fintech. It's an opportunity to meet the success stories of tomorrow and learn about the trends and disruptions that will shape the future of the industry.
The State of the Industry: Fintech and Financial Services during/post-Covid
Has the global epidemic shown a greater need for democratising finance, fintech adoption and accelerating the digitalisation of financial services?
Has fintech demonstrated its true value? Is there pressure more than ever for fintechs to provide – what has changed for good/what will stay?
There is a heightened importance of access, security, ease of use, privacy, value and low cost... fintech services are in demand.
Privacy when do fintechs build into their offerings?
AI black box or magic box? Can AI/ML power next gen financial services?
Competition in the age of the super apps: AliPay, WeChat, Grab, Gojek…
Data Analytics what systems, processes, culture need to be in place to drive success?
Customer Journey Management Driving engagement, personalisation, growth.
SME Tech the solutions for SMEs emerging from the ashes of Covid-19...
Fintech for Longevity designing financial services for the aging/older generation.
A look at Raising capital post-Covid: The obstacles and opportunities.
Are IPOs back in fashion? Is there a space for SPACs?
Sandboxes and POCs, are they growth enablers?
Open Banking has open data increased competition?
Blockchain what are we actually doing in blockchain?
Insurtech innovating in the new norm.
Regtech the challenges and opportunities.
Fintech Bridges The normalization between Israel, the UAE and Bahrain brings high hopes and huge potential, which can benefit not just the region but the entire world – what are the fundamental opportunities for all sides and how do we deliver that value?
Emerging Markets What can we learn? Why is innovation in China, Brazil, India happening so rapidly and effectively? What can we learn about Ant Group, the Alibaba affiliate and owner of Alipay, and WeChat’s fintech ecosystem as they monetise vast amounts of untapped value and possibly corner a new market in the process?
Fintech 2030 With the rapidly changing landscape, seismic changes and tech shifting what does the future look like?
Our 4th Fintech Week looked at how business models and innovation would need to adapt to drive success over the coming decade. There was focus on emerging technology, cybersecurity, disruption and customer engagement. We also looked at how digital transformation is transforming payments, banking and insurance. Open Banking was a key theme, having recently been adopted by Israeli regulators. We were also happy to welcome the UK's Financial Conduct Authority, their very first time participating in a conference in Israel, who shared a stage with Israel's regulator the Bank of Israel.