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C-suite Banking and Payments Leaders From Across Europe Set to Meet at London’s MoneyLIVE Summit in March

On the 6-7 March 2024 MoneyLIVE Summit will return to London’s QEII Centre to unite over 1000 banking and payments leaders from across Europe. With keynote addresses from the CEOs of Lloyds Banking Group, NatWest, Standard Chartered, Atom Bank and Metro Bank among others, as well as from the FCA, the conference will deliver a picture of where banking and payments is heading in 2024 and beyond.

From the threat of BigTech new entrants and an era of higher interest rates, to new business models and payments transformation, the banking and payments sector faces major strategic issues in the coming year. At MoneyLIVE Summit, delegates will gain insights from those leading the charge at some of the biggest banks in the UK and Europe.

According to the organisers, this is a conference “designed by bankers, for bankers” – it is not a more general FinTech focused event. As Jeroen Plag, Global Head of Strategy and Innovation at ING, said in his testimonial following the 2023 event, “MoneyLIVE Summit is an unmissable event for those serious about banking and payments transformation”.

Find out more and confirm your place here.

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