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Money 20/20 is back to define the future of finance in Europe

Money20/20 is the world’s leading, premium content, sales and networking platform for the global money ecosystem.

Anne Boden, CEO, Starling Bank about Money 20/20 event: “Everybody is here and every year it’s getting bigger and bigger.”

The European event will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on 21-23 September. Secure your pass right here: and use code – EVE200 to get up to a 200€ discount!

Prajit Nanu, Co-founder and CEO, InstaReM “Money20/20 is all about connections. This is where the global network comes to learn about new things, what are the new platforms, what are the new options.”

As always, the event is looking forward to hosting renowned speakers, C-level executives, innovators and disruptors who will discuss the future of finance and the outcomes of what has happened in the business during the pandemic.

The event provides its guests with unique insight and networking opportunities to help power strategies and relationships and switching mindsets.

Megan Caywood, Managing Director, Global Head of Digital Strategy, Barclays says: “Money20/20 is basically the best fintech meetup I have ever been to in the world. It attracts people from all over. It feels like a family.”

This September, the Money20/20 event will be enhanced with pop-up experiences, secret spaces and surprise events.

You can now secure your pass for #M2020EU! Don’t miss out on the all-new, undeniably LIVE experience. Secure your pass right here: and use code – EVE200 to get up to a 200€ discount!

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