We are delighted to announce the forthcoming The FinTech Festival Asia 2023, a highly anticipated event set to showcase a dynamic array of industry trailblazers. This event is held to unveil an exciting lineup of industry luminaries, offering an immersive exploration of the fintech landscape on September 27th and 28th at the prestigious Royal Paragon Hall in Bangkok, Thailand. At the heart of this flagship event lies a convergence of visionary thinkers, thought leaders, and seasoned experts, all united to collectively influence the direction of finance and technology.
Day 1 Agenda – September 27, 2023
The inaugural day of the festival boasts a dynamic array of sessions designed to inspire, educate, and spark insightful conversations among attendees. The festivities commence at 9:50 AM with a thrilling Opening Ceremony, signaling two days of in-depth discussions.
10:00 – Section: The Role of AI and Machine Learning in Fintech
Embarking on the exploration of AI and machine learning in fintech, this section showcases an impressive lineup including Mirko Twardy, Anil Pinapala, Rosalia Gitau, Daniel Minarik, and David Pan. These industry leaders will provide unique insights into the transformative effects of AI and machine learning during a panel discussion that delves into the intricacies of their integration.
12:00 – Section: The Future of Payments: Digital Assets Transforming the Industry
The afternoon session shifts focus to the future of payments, featuring luminaries such as Topp Jirayut Srupsrisopa, Ryan Liew, El Lee, and Daniel Lee. A subsequent panel discussion promises to dissect the impact of digital assets on the payments landscape, shedding light on the evolving financial paradigm.
13:50 – Section: Analyzing Cryptocurrency’s Geopolitical Implications
Cryptocurrency’s global significance takes the spotlight, with thought leaders including Nicole Nguyen, Jerome Wong, and Eduard Melkostupov leading a discussion that delves into the geopolitical dimensions of cryptocurrencies and their potential to reshape international relations.
15:10 – Section: The Intersection of Privacy and Cybersecurity
Leading the discourse on privacy and cybersecurity is Shakil Muhammad, PhD, who will guide a panel discussion on navigating the intricate balance between user privacy and robust cybersecurity measures.
16:50 – Section: Digital Assets and Investments
The day concludes with a deep dive into digital assets and investments, featuring experts such as Eric SayWei Neo, Belinda Lim, Amie Lin, and more. Attendees can anticipate an insightful dialogue on the surging interest in cryptocurrencies and its implications for the fintech sector.
Day 2 Agenda – September 28, 2023
The second day of the FinTech Festival Asia 2023 is set to build upon the energy and momentum of the first, fostering an environment of collaboration and innovation.
10:00 – Section: Emerging Investment Trends in Asia
Day two commences with a compelling panel discussion on emerging investment trends in Asia, featuring industry veterans including Thomas Kung, Vanessa Chin, L.Chris Lu, Jonathan Phay, and Alice Chen.
11:40 – Section: Blockchain and Gamification
The following section explores the intersection of blockchain and gamification, delving into the potential of gamification to enhance user engagement and retention.
12:00 – Section: Smart Contracts in Fintech
Smart contracts take center stage, as Damian Bunce, Ji Sheng Tan, Julian Kwan, and others discuss their potential to revolutionize fintech through streamlined automation.
13:50 – Section: The Future of Digital Banking
The future of digital banking assumes prominence, as Deepshikha Chaudhary, Rabya Anwar, Juthasree Kuvinichkul, and Ahmed Saleemi share insights amid the ever-evolving financial landscape.
15:10 – Section: Fostering Fintech Innovation
Innovation is the focal point as Lyn Kok, Ken James Berey, Ashley Thomas, Chonladet Khemarattana, and Pornbhuda Rijiravanich engage in a discussion about the indispensable infrastructure and regulatory support required to propel fintech innovation.
16:50 – Section: FinTech’s Role in Cross-Border and Domestic Payments
The event culminates with a panel discussion led by Ramakrishnan TG, examining how FinTech innovations facilitate seamless cross-border and domestic payments while upholding regulatory compliance and security.
The FinTech Festival Asia 2023 is proudly powered by Exness, a pioneering global multi-asset broker founded in 2008. Renowned for its commitment to ethical and innovative marketplace solutions, Exness stands as the industry’s largest retail broker. The event benefits from Exness’ unwavering dedication to shaping the future of finance through technological excellence and global collaboration.
As a top-notch event to attend, FinTech Festival Asia 2023 aims to cater to a growing market for fast payments, digital advancements, and the future of finance. There are a variety of opportunities at this event, whether you are hoping to meet individuals who share your interests, learn about trading, web3, robotics, or artificial intelligence, or gain insights from industry leaders. Buy your tickets now for the FinTech Festival Asia at https://fintechfestival.asia . A Standard Ticket will cost USD 77, a Business Ticket will cost USD 210, and a VIP ticket will cost USD 456.
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