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REMA is a partner of FintechConnect



Introducing the UK’s largest FinTech conference and tradeshow: What’s on this year at FinTech Connect No matter where you sit within the fintech ecosystem, FinTech Connect (5-6 December, ExCeL London), has something for everyone: a large scale expo, large scale conferences with strategic discussion based sessions, keynote presentations, interactive workshops, facilitated mentoring and networking to name a few. This year, we’re proud to be partnering with the show!

The Exhibition

With 175+ exhibitors and 5000+ attendees across the full fintech ecosystem, FinTech Connect is the UK's largest and most exciting fintech tradeshow - and this year, we want you!

Register as a free visitor to learn about the latest FinTech ideas and products, meet with industry heavyweights, early-stage innovators and 1000s of FinTech Professionals on the extensive show floor - view the floorplan here!

    What does your free visitor pass include?
  • Full access to the exhibition area
  • 2 days of live tech demos from innovative start-ups to industry heavyweights
  • Interactive practical workshops
  • Access to our new networking app
  • Unlimited networking on-site - including access to our drinks reception on day one

The Conferences

There are 7 unique conferences (including the invitation-only Founders Forum) taking place on the showfloor of this year’s FinTech Connect, covering all corners of the fintech world.

Featuring 250+ industry-leading speakers, this year’s conference schedule has been designed to shine a light on the major fintech segments that have been gathering significant momentum, either due to increased consumer adoption or because they are progressing the digital transformation agenda for financial institutions.

  • Accelerating Digital Transformation
  • Building on Blockchain
  • Reimagining IT & Infrastructure
  • PayTech & Cashless Society
  • NextGen RegTech & Compliance
  • InsurTech Evolution

Register Now

Are you a pre-series A start-up? Register with the £69 start-up rate now



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